Bluestacks On Mac Big Sur


Apr 12, 2021 How can I start using BlueStacks on Big Sur? Launch the latest version of BlueStacks on your Mac. You will now receive a 'System extension blocked' popup. Here, click on 'Open Security & Privacy'. Una volta riavviato il Mac, avvia semplicemente BlueStacks e inizia a giocare ai tuoi giochi preferiti su macOS 11 Big Sur. NOTA: se non riesci ancora a utilizzare BlueStacks su macOS 11 Big Sur, inviaci una segnalazione del problema in modo che possiamo aiutarti a risolvere questo problema.

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  2. At present BlueStacks is not supported on MacOS Big Sur. Our future release may have the fix of this. We request you to check our website ( www.bluestacks.com) for all the latest releases, features and fixes. 1 point 10 months ago. They will announce it when it's ready.

Try restarting the computer. Then try launching the app. After launching the app, check System Preferences Security tab again. I had a similar issue installing some Intel software which required a driver/extension. After the reboot the software just worked.

If you are running macOS 10.15 Catalina, then maybe the software isn't compatible or some new Catalina security feature is blocking it. I haven't used Catalina yet, so I cannot advise you further on it.

You may need to contact the publisher or developer of the software for assistance.

Oct 20, 2019 6:51 PM

BluestacksIn macOS Catalina, when my enterprise app (MyApp) tries to access Desktop folder first time, user would get prompt message '<MyApp> would like to access files in your Desktop folder' and once user clicks OK, MyApp entry can be seen in System Preferences -> Security & Privacy -> Privacy -> Files and Folders and MyApp will be able to access Desktop folder without any issues.
With Big Sur Beta, I don't see above prompt and I can't also manually add/update MyApp entry in System Preferences -> Security & Privacy -> Privacy -> Files and Folders. The only entry I can see for MyApp is in System Preferences -> Security & Privacy -> Privacy -> Full Disk Access which is disabled by default. Once I manually enable this FDA (Full Disk Access) setting, MyApp starts working properly.
Since I couldn't get much related info from Beta release notes, I would like to know whether there are major changes w.r.t. app access in Big Sur? Is FDA enable the only option for app access or can we have more granular control (i.e., allow access only to Desktop folder)?

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