We know most of the Android applications and games consists of too many ads which is quite frustrating for the user. While some of them can be turned off by using the application on Airplane mode but there are applications and games such as Clash of Clans or Graal Era which require Internet for the play. Lucky Patcher is Good Android App For Pach All Soft And Game. Download Latest Version Of Lucky Patcher App From SoftFunda.
You can use this patcher to break some apps’ Android Market License Verification or other Verifications. Lucky Patcher is a great Android tool to remove ads, modify Permissions, bypass premium applications license verification, and more. To use all features of Lucky Patcher, you need a rooted device.
- lucky patcher is not 100% operational, means that the patch may work or may not. it doesn’t warranty!
- So you are solely responsible of use of this application.
- Under no circumstances Netbew will be responsible for any problems caused to your device (rebooting loop, unstable system, etc…).
It can Patch all your applications to
- Remove the license check in premium apps
- Remove ads in a special app
- Customize and restrict permissions and activities
- Create a modified app (means an APK file to install the app with a patch already applied)
and it can also
- Patch manually (with HEX codes)
- Backup apps to restore them later (e.g. if patch goes wrong)
- Patch an application when booting
– Update last modded Google Play;
– Update custom patches;
– Update translations;
– Bugs fixed.
Requires Android: 2.0+ ROOT
File Name : Latest Version Lucky Patcher Apk
File Size : 5.9 MB
Publisher : not-available
OS Support: Android
How to Use Lucky Patcher?
2. Once you’ve got the Lucky Patcher APK, Install it on your android device.
3. Now, open Lucky Patcher and grant Root Access to your android device.
4. Either close or Minimize the Lucky Patcher App and open the desired application in which you want to hack the in-app purchases or want to remove ads.
5. Go to the store section of your desired app and try to buy anything. Once you’ll do this, lucky patcher window will open automatically.
6. It will show you “Do you want to try to get this app for free?”. Click on “Yes”.
7. Your application is now hacked. If your desired app is supported by Lucky Patcher, it will be successfully patched and your file will start downloading.NOTE: If the above steps are not working, proceed to the steps below for advanced patching of your app.8. Open Lucky Patcher App and search for Google Play Store.
9. Select “Open Menu of Patches”. It’ll show you various lucky patcher custom patches such as clash of clash lucky patcher, graal era lucky patcher, google playstore lucky patcher etc.
10. Select Playstore and then it’ll show you a warning message with “It is a system app”. Select “Ok”.
11. Now, select “Custom Patches” and select “support.Inapp.LVL.android.vending” and click on Apply.
12. Restart your Android device and then follow again from Step 1 to Step 7.
Some FAQ for Help:
A: Green means the app has big chances to get registered through patching. Yellow indicatesthere’s a custom patch (stored in /sdcard/LuckyPatcher/~. Cyan tells you Google Ads were found in this app. Magenta, that program is in the boot list. Red = bad? Not everytime. Red apps can probably not be patched to get registered. Probably! Apps which are made of two parts (E.g. The app itself and an unlocker) have a chance to get registered through patch anyways. To try this, patch both sites, either one of them. Orange means it’s a system(!) application. Be careful with those! In the most bad case, you could brick your system. BootList: A list of programs that will patch the boot device. At this point, it’s used only for apps requiring the correction of libraries “.so”.
Q: And the clover and the star?
A: The clover simply indicates that the patcher made changes in the certain app. The star means Dalvik-Cache apps has been fixed (ODEX with changes created).
Q: I want detailed help.
A: In LuckyPatcher, press Menu button => Settings => Help to find more information and informations about creating custom patches. Otherwise ask the developers Email to: email@example.com
Q: I patched the app, it told me I have 60% luck. Now I opened it, but the patch seems to not be applied at all. What’s wrong?
A: 60% luck doesn’t mean the patch worked. It doesn’t mean the patch only works for 60% either. It just means you have 60% luck that the patch affected what he should. And 40% that nothing happened at all to the app. Try another patch, e.g. the reversed version.
Q: LuckyPatcher doesn’t work / freezes / crashes.
A: That could have different causes:
- You aren’t rooted.
- You haven’t got BusyBox installed.
- Your phone’s just too slow.
- You haven’t got the latest version of Lucky Patcher.
- Lucky Patcher wasn’t installed correctly.
What you can do:
- Quit other processes.
- Update your Android (min. 2.3 Gingerbread).
- (Re-)Root your device.
- Quit the app you want to patch.
- Re-download and re-install Lucky Patcher.
- Re-download and re-install BusyBox.
You should also remember that you need to download Lucky Patcher Latest Version to avoid any issues.
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