Close Bluestacks beta and kill all HD processes from Task manager.
Go to C:ProgramDataBlueStacksAndroid and rename SDCard.fs to SDCard.ext3. Make a backup before modifying it.
Now open TopoResize.bat, from the folder “DATA.IMG Maker”
Now Click on find file and navigate to “C:ProgramDataBlueStacksAndroid” and open SDCard.ext3
Don’t forget to check “resize file only no resize2fs”. You will see the default sdcard size is 2048MB (2 GB). You can drag the resize bar to your desired size and then click “Resize file” and wait the process to finish. Then quit the TopoResize and go to and navigate to “C:ProgramDataBlueStacksAndroid”. You will notice the size of the sdcard.ext3 has changed but we are not yet done.
Now drag sdcard.ext3 and drop it to “mke2fs.exe” located in DATA.IMG Maker folder and type Y and Enter. wait for it to finish and then rename the SDCard.ext3 to SDCard.fs
Then start you Bluestacks beta Player and it will notify you about a new SDcard. Just click it and format your sd card and that’s it.
This valuable suggestion is from Cynthia stevens who left a comment here. We find it useful to make it part of this tutorial with special thanks to Cynthia.
You should first of all follow everything written to the Tutorial. if you still cannot get your bluestacks player to understand your card has a bigger size it’s because it’s partitioned for 2 gb. You haven’t partitioned the new capacity yet. So it doesn’t see that it’s bigger it only sees what it was pre-programmed to see. The 2 gb. So here’s what you do. You need to download and install 2 more files.
You need osf mount for whatever system either 32 or 64 bit whatever you have. Then get ext2 volume manager and if you need it root explorer.
FOLLOW DIRECTIONS ON WEBSITE ABOVE.
WHEN YOU GET TO STEP 7 you should understand now how the process of mounting and unmounting the sdcard.fs drive in osf mount. Click dismount all and exit then click ok.
When you have done all of this… follow the directions for resizing your sdcard.sf in this thread.
After you open toporesize.bat you have to remember that MB are allocated in 1024 kilobyte blocks. Open your calculator and multiply 1024 by however many Gb you want. Then move the slider to the number closest to it because it won’t go exactly to it. Click the sliding bar to the right or lift of the slider it should increase or decrease by 1.
Move it to the number you got from multiplying exactly. Then finish the process. When you get to restarting your bluestacks player you notice nothing says you have a new sd card right? Install something like ADWEXlauncher from APTOID. You can do this by installing it on your phone then navigating to your DATAAPP folder in root explorer. Find the launcher app, copy it to your SDCARD and transfer from the phone to pc.
MAKE SURE YOU UNCHECK DEBUGGING UNDER DEVELOPMENT BECAUSE SOMETIMES IT SCRAMBLES DATA THATS TRANSFERRED FROM PHONE TO PC!!!
Double click the app on your PC and it should install it with bluestacks. In bluestacks you should open adw and check it as your home app. click the menu then click settings and go to storage. You’ll see your sd card is still at 2GB and seemingly filled up when you try to transfer files. Now here’s the trick…quit all processes from bluestacks in task manager, all hd processes too.
Open up OSF mount and go to FILE, MOUNT NEW DISK, then you’ll see buttons that have “…” click that and find your SDCARD.FS file. uncheck “READ ONLY DRIVE” and hit ok.
You’ll see it pop up under “MY COMPUTER” as a new drive. Right click on it and choose format drive. Make sure your allocation unit size reads default and file system you can’t change so ignore it. Capacity should be what you allocated it for when you resized it. Uncheck quick format. Then hit start. Wait till it’s done then open up OSF Mount again and choose dismount all and exit. Then restart bluestacks. Go to system settings in ADWlauncher and hit storage. It should say unknown or unavailable Pull down your notification bar and it should say something about unknown sdcard. Click it and it should try reformatting it. Hit ok and wait. Now your SDCARD should be what you set it’s capacity at. GOOD LUCK!!!