Lucky Patcher 9.1.2

Lucky Patcher for Android is a powerful toolkit for automatically editing installed applications. It allows you to remove ads, change the access level of applications, sort them by importance, manage the resources allocated for the operation of programs, etc. Lucky Patcher can "license" applications without a digital signature in the eyes of the Google services, remove garbage that accumulates in the system, optimize the device, delete hidden and protected application logs, and perform a variety of other useful actions with the programs. Lucky Patcher features Scans running applications, their associated directories and system distributions; Displays a list of running and installed applications, sorts them according to the selected filters; Adds "patches" to the application processes, replacing the information in the software kernel of the selected utilities; Creates (optional) backups of applications that can be modified; Instantly disables adverts integrated into programs; Creates isolated virtual folders for program debugging; Indexes system utilities. Pluses of the tool Automated system for creating and implementing patches; High probability of acceptance of created digital signatures; Ability to emulate the standard functions of Google's system applications; The utility is constantly being improved. Minuses To fully use the built-in tools requires root access. Warning. In most cases, when downloading or installing this utility may trigger an antivirus program. This is normal. The Lucky Patcher utility itself is not a virus and does not contain one. But since it is intended for patching programs and other manipulations with games, it is considered as a potential threat. If you have decided to use this utility, you should not be frightened by anti-virus warnings. But in any case, you act at your own risk.

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