If you had problems with the Lucky Patcher, this article is interesting for you. Primarily this tool fails due to the Android version used. Unlike other apps that no longer support older versions, Lucky Patcher may not work properly on newer versions. At Malavida, we tested this tool with Android 10 and while performance was stable, many of the changes are not applied correctly.
Additionally, you will encounter more errors. Since its resources and files are hosted in the cloud, Lucky Patcher, for example do not alter online games. On the other hand, you might run into problems when it comes to emulating in-app purchases in some video games or applications. To fix this problem, follow the steps below. First click on the application you want to change and select the patches menu.
Then use the option Create Modified APK file).
Create modified APK file
Click the button APK rebuilt for InApp and LVL emulation.
Emulate in-app purchases
Now use the button Rebuild The Appto start the process.
Rebuild the app
Then restart the device and open the modified app. Check if the in-app purchases are gone. If this is not the case, the Lucky Patcher is most likely not working properly with your version of Android. It’s important to remember that doing so can violate developers’ rights and even intellectual property laws.
Last but not least, it is important to know that many of the actions that can be performed with the Lucky Patcher Superuser Rights require. Therefore, research how to root your device on trusted internet communities and follow the appropriate process. Don’t forget that gaining root privileges is dangerous and can compromise the integrity of your device. Anyway, this is the way to get the most out of this tool.