You may have heard of a tool called Lucky Patcher. It’s a tool that allows you to manipulate how Android applications behave.
But how exactly does it do that?
This article will take a deeper look at how Lucky Patcher works.
First off, the tool analyzes the apps that already installed on your device. From that, it will give you an indication of what actions you can carry out. These actions could be any of the following:
- Removing the license verification that’s often included in many apps
- Modifying associated permissions
- Extracting the APK file to do backups
- Eliminating Google Ads
- Unlocking Paid Apps
The results of the analysis made by Lucky Patcher will be shown to you. While going through it, you should pay particular attention to the color code on the title. This indicates the compatibility with the tool when it comes to doing certain operations.
Refer to the information below.
Can be registered and disconnected from Google Play
Has a specific patch available
Includes Google Ads
A system startup app.
A system app.
Cannot be modified.
It’s worth noting that Lucky Patcher only works on a device that’s been rooted. Rooting allows you to get the root access to the Android operating system code. When done right, it allows you to modify the software code or install software that the device manufacturer may not allow. Tools like Towelroot or Kingroot make it easy for you to do this.
The benefits and some word of caution
As you can probably conclude for yourself, Lucky Patcher offers a number of benefits. You can bypass restrictions and extract applications to run on unsupported devices. While all these may be very appealing, you should also tread with caution as some of the actions Lucky Patcher allows you to do may be illegal. So it’s always best to know when to push the envelope or not.