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Lucky Patcher is a powerful toolbox app that allows you to unlock a series of restricted app features on your Android device. With Lucky Patcher, you can remove ads, change apps permissions and have access to other useful features – all this with a simple tap.
Among other things, Lucky Patcher lets you clear app data, remove selected in-app purchases, disable packages, backup and clone apps, generate modified APK files and disconnect apps from Google Play.
To take full advantage of Lucky Patcher, just open it and search for the app you want to patch - the ones that have custom patches available usually work better - and hit "Patch". Depending on the size of the app, it might take your device a while to finish the process. Once this is done, it will show green (successful patch); yellow (partial patch); or red (unsuccessful) text, informing you of the results. The app works better if you have a rooted device. This means that you have to have "administrator privileges" on you phone or tablet. That being said, some of Lucky Patcher's features will also work on non-rooted devices.
Remember to always keep Lucky Patcher data updated, since new custom patches for apps are released very often. Lastly, take a look at the bottom menus, especially the toolbox, where you can find many useful new tricks to teach your device.
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yeah that's really working
works every time
I install this on every phone I have our get ahold of (with root of course) and as long as you know what the fuk your doing, it never fails. works best when installed in conjunction with xposed framework. the only time I have ever had a problem with it was on a custom rom, and it wasn't the app that had the problem it was the security on the rom itself disallowing the app to run or install. xposed framework had a fix for that very problem though.
what tf does that even mean?
This application passed the security test for virus, malware and other malicious attacks and doesn't contain any threats.