In case you did not hear of Lucky Patcher, it is an Android or PC app that’s meant to patch applications, create modified APKs (without root access) or create custom patches. It works by using a list of applications that are installed on your device, and it shows the actions they can carry out.
One of the best features of Lucky Patcher is that it can work even on those non-rooted devices, that offer the basic functionality. However, the thing with this is that you gain the full features as soon as the user has root access. It offers a lot of more activities, and we’re going to talk some more about them.
This app allows the users to remove the license verification that’s included on most on most of the apps that are downloaded from Google Play – it helps them work properly. It also helps you in modifying the permissions that are associated with them. It extracts the APK file in order to do backups and defragmentation. It unlocks paid apps and it removes all the Google Ads.
This app is so popular due to the fact that it’s able to hack the Android games, in order to get free in-app purchases and even gain special loot items, which might otherwise cost the user a lot.
How to use it?
For Android devices, you should first download the Lucky Patcher APK v8.0.0. After getting it, install the app and don’t forget to grant it root access.
For Windows 7, 8 and 10
Download the Lucky Patcher just as you would for Android devices, then after the APK is downloaded, download the rooted Bluestacks and install it on your PC or laptop. Then, you need to double-click on the Lucky Patcher APK file you got before. This will make the Bluestacks window appear, and then the app will get installed.
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