Lucky Patcher doesn’t excel at being a very secure app. For this reason it is normal that the alarms of Play Protect, the antivirus built into Android, go offwhen you install or use it. This security software is designed to scan malicious apps and detect any adware, malware, or spyware they may contain. As you can imagine, Play Protect is enabled by default. To prevent it from blocking Lucky Patcher, it must be disabled. Before we proceed, we must issue a warning: it is not recommended to remove the protection provided by Play Protect. It serves to protect the integrity of the device and personal data. If you still want to continue, follow the steps below.
First, go to the Android settings by tapping on the corresponding icon.
Open device settings
Scroll down the list of options until you Google find and open it.
Open Google Settings
On the next screen, locate the area Security and click on it to open it.
Go to the section Google Play Protectwhich you can find at the bottom of the list.
Play Protect Status
Next, tap the gear icon in the top-right corner to open Settings.
Open Play Protect settings
Now uncheck the two options on the next screen.
Disable Play Protect
Finally, confirm the deactivation of this security system by clicking on the button Turn off (switch off) click.
Once you’ve followed these instructions, Play Protect will no longer scan your apps for security issues. Although this way it no longer applies any blocking of apps like Lucky Patcher or similar, your device becomes more vulnerable and you have to take extreme precautions. From Malavida we recommend that you exercise the greatest possible cautionespecially when installing applications from external and unofficial sources.