Those that wish to unlock the full potential of their Android device will often root it in order to gain access that options that aren’t available otherwise. One of the most valued advantages is the ability to remove annoying or useless bloatware apps that are pre-loaded on the device.
Those that decide to make the jump will be able to install apps like Lucky Patcher, which grant access to a host of interesting and useful features.
The app will display a list of all the apps that are currently installed on your device. Users will be able to see detailed information and use one or several of the features described below:
- Remove license verification for paid apps.
- Modify the app in order to remove in-app advertising.
- Revoke access to certain permissions.
- Assemble an APK of the app.
- Backup the apps and data.
Each app will display one of the following color codes:
Green: The app can be modified.
Yellow: The app can be modified but only by specific patches.
Blue: You can remove Google ads.
Violet: These apps are included in the bootlist.
Red: Nothing can be done for these apps.
Orange: Orange apps are system apps. Users can attempt to modify them but the results are unpredictable.
Notice: Select patches may be released for apps like Spotify, Clash Royale and others. When the apps are updated they will revert to their normal state. Users may opt to modify them but it is important to remember that many apps have terms and conditions that ban any attempt to modify them and the detection of such acts will lead to an account ban.
How to install Lucky Patcher?
The APK file can be found on a variety of websites but a trusted source is recommended. In order to use all the features of the app you will have to root your device. If the device is already rooted follow these steps:
- Download the APK.
- Go to Settings/Security and enable the Unknown sources option.
- Go to your Downloads folder and find the APK file.
- Tap on the APK file and on install.
- Confirm the permissions and wait until the installation process is finished.
- Tap on the icon and enjoy!
Emmy Skylar started working for Debate Report in 2017. Emmy grew up in a small town in northern Manitoba. But moved to Ontario for university. Before joining Debate Report, Emmy briefly worked as a freelance journalist for CBC News. She covers politics and the economy.