Lucky Patcher v8.5.1 [Latest]

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Lucky Patcher is an amazing android application which lets you remove ads, break different apps’ Android Market License Confirmation or other Confirmations for the applications. The app has been developed by Developer Chelpus. Lucky Patcher application plays a major role for rooted android device.

Lucky Patcher is quite stable and a superb app. However, there is no 100% guarantee of this app because it sometimes cause issues to your mobile device such as restarting loop, unstable system, etc. This app is available on the Google App Store for free. Through this app, you can easily remove the Google adds which sometimes become too irritating and annoying.

How to remove license of any app:

  • Open your app drawer on your android device and open the lucky patcher app. A list of apps installed in your phone will appear.
  • Next click on the app you want to remove permissions.
  • Then Click Open Menu of Patches => Remove License Verification => Auto Modes => Apply

How to remove ads:

  • Follow steps 1 and 2 mentioned under the heading “How to remove License Of Any App”.
  • Then Click Open Menu of Patches => Remove Google Ads => Patch to remove Google Ads => Apply.

However, the processing of this app Lucky Patcher takes some time on slower devices, thus one needs to be patient about it.


~ Request root permission for some firmwares fixed.



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19 thoughts on “Lucky Patcher v8.5.1 [Latest]

      1. Amshy

        yes working but properly with my unrooted Huawei device! i try it with Sygic its keep loading without success!!!

  1. BossJBA

    It doesn’t work on some devices just like mine, but i’m using a samsung s8 and it’s rooted already yet it doesn’t work. ????????

  2. Oliver

    Hey nice mirror download link racaty nice website i use your site only because your mirror download is good

  3. Madz

    Working with rooted, not totally with not rooted thats why its called “Lucky” Patcher if pertains to not rooted smart phones. If your Lucky it will get patched otherwise your apps will get damaged or you’ll not get the results you’ve wanted. Comprente? Esse?! Hehehe! ????


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