The Ultimate License Spoiler for Android Apps
Lucky Patcher is a utility app for Android devices that allows you to break the Android License Confirmation of different apps, as well as remove ads from the apps. Lucky Patcher needs the device to be rooted and is one of the essential apps that any rooted Android device should have.
Since it is a patching application, it is not available through the Google Play Store. You need to download the app through AppDodo.Com. Before you download, you will be presented with two versions – a beta version and a slightly older but stable version. It is recommended that you read the changelogs before you install the app.
Using Lucky Patcher is simple enough. Start it up by launching it from the app drawer. Then in the list of apps that you see, click on the app for which you want to remove permissions. Then open menu of patches, go to Remove License Verification, select Auto Modes and tap on Apply. That it, you are done.
To remove ads, open the Menu of Patches, select Remove Google Adsand tap on Patch to remove Google Ads. To save the settings, tap on Apply.
Lucky Patcher is an essential tool if you think that app license permissions and advertisements in apps are annoying. Removing adverts will also help increase your phone’s battery life.
Lucky Patcher comes ‘as is’ without any warranty. Since the app is used to perform functions that is restricted by default, the app may cause issues with the device that may require the user to reset the phone or flash the phone.
The issues that one may encounter is infinite reboot loops, unstable system or crashes. These issues are common when patching or modding your rooted android device. Lucky Patcher, however is a stable app. It has no reports of causing major issues with any phones. Still, backup up all your personal data is recommended.