Crack your Android Apps – LuckyPatcher

Shhhhhhhhh! Nope, that’s not my broken tire which loses air – it’s what you get when you mention LuckyPatcher on forums like XDA. I’m not here to talk about the morality reasons to use the app or not, I don’t care because everyone can decide to use it or not.

LuckyPatcher

LuckyPatcher exist since years and it supports all Android versions, most people know that you can bypass Googles license verification with this app but it also offers several other features such as backup your apps, remove ads and many more useful things.

First of all the app is clean but of course because Google won’t allow such applications it flags it as insecure and blocks the download, however if there are questions about the application you can ask the developer at any time.

LuckyPatcher got recently a new home an can be downloaded here. ChelpuS the developer if this apps included a readme in his app, but here are some basic patching mechanism explained.

How To Remove License Verification

  1. Use only original APK files signed by the developer as targets.
  2. Tap the name of the application/software and select “Remove License Verification”.
  3. Select “Auto mode” and test the application with internet access.
  4. If the result is negative, Select “Auto mode (Inverse)” or “Extreme Auto mode”.
  5. If you’re lucky, your program will be registered.
  6. To return the application to its original state, you will need to tap “Remove ODEX with Changes” or “Restore”.

How To Remove Google Ads

  1. Tap the name of the application/software and select “Remove Google Ads”.
  2. Then choose “Patch to remove Google Ads”.
  3. Run and test application with Internet;
  4. If some ads are still present, tap “Disable Ads Activities”, find Ad activities and disable them.
  5. If you’re lucky, Google Ads should have disappeared.
  6. To return the application to its original state, you need to tap “Remove ODEX with Changes” or “Restore”.

How To Custom Patch your Apps

  1. Tap the name of the application/Software and select “Custom Patch”.
  2. Run and test application with Internet.
  3. If you’re lucky, patch worked.
  4. To return the application to its original state, you need to tap “Remove ODEX with Changes” or “Restore”.

How To Change App Permissions

  1. Tap the name of the application/Software and select “Change Permissions”.
  2. Tap to Permission for disable (red).
  3. Tap to Permission for enable (green).
  4. You must tap Apply (Reboot).

How To Create Modified APK

  1. Tap the name of the application/Software and select “Create Modified APK”.
  2. Select Patch for Modification of APK.
  3. Modified installation file will be in folder /sdcard/LuckyPatcher/Modified/.
  4. You should know that a rebuild APK file is not the same as the patch is already installed application.
  5. Since the as opposed to simply patch the application is very easy to test yourself to changes, and thus work correctly so fail The install will not.

There is a more detailed guide here and some video tutorials here.

The app offers a lot of more function like installing a cracked version of Google Play Store, several other patch variants and the proxy can bypass in-app purchases. Speaking of in-app purchases, there is a similar app just for this one reason, it’s called ‘freedom‘ which emulates the purchases.

Conclusion

LuckyPatcher and freedom are both great apps in my opinion. Everyone can decide to use them or not, it’s up to you but I see more benefits (for root users) to use them since you might have paid for an app and there still ads which might never getting removed with programs like AdGuard, AdBlock (Plus) or NetGuard and usually such apps requiring to run a VPN or proxy running in the background all the time which only drains your battery and results in a loss of privacy since you can’t look behind what there really doing.

Personally I use LuckyPatcher to remove adds and to remove additional (annoying) license verification which helps to reduce the data traffic on your device since it’s handled locally.

That said you should always consider to support developers but at the same time you should inspect every app critical, the past showed us that paid apps are not better than free apps. So ask the developer if it’s needed for an paid version to inlcude ads before you use LuckyPatcher.

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