It also allows modifying the permissions of installed applications, and either bypassing, emulating the purchases or intercepting the Google Play Store allowing some in-app purchases to succeed without payment. Most of Lucky Patcher's features require root access.
Lucky Patcher analyzes the list of installed apps on the user's device and indicates the actions the user can carry out, including the ability to remove the license verification included on many apps that requires them to be downloaded from Google Play to work; modify the associated permissions; extracting the APK file to do backups; and other illicit actions like removing Google Ads, and unlocking paid apps to be able to install them on other devices. The site also contains some information about how to use Lucky Patcher, as well as why the app is not on the Google Play Store, along with some claimed features, some of which listed below.
Lucky Patcher claims it is able to remove ads from individual apps or across the device, hack in-app purchases of apps, allowing users to obtain items for free such as gems, coins or a subscription. It also claims to be able to convert apps to 'system apps', making the system and other apps treat them as such, along with supposedly being able to move any apps to the SD card and being able to backup apps.The website also claims that Lucky Patcher has obtained over 1 billion downloads, although no evidence exists for this claim.
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