Every smartphone user is always looking for cool apps and games every time they’re scrolling through the Google Play Store. On the other hand, most of these items come with stressful limitations, like in-app purchases, disturbing ads, license verification and others.
Android users can avoid these unpleasant situations and make their apps and games run smoother thanks to the Lucky Patcher. This innovation is a useful tool that can be used on rooted and non-rooted devices. It enables the user to hack apps and games for removing their most unpleasant features, like in-app purchases.
Moving further, we will tell you a few things about the Lucky Patcher. Maybe the most important mention is that its use is not very complicated, especially on rooted devices. The non-rooted category can be a little tricky, but we will tell you how to use it for getting the expected results.
An updated version of the Lucky Patcher was recently released
Thanks to the Lucky Patcher, Android games and apps become in-app purchases free and run smoother than ever. Besides, it enables users to download chargeable content for free and access all the resources they want in every game.
Recently, the Lucky Patcher’s fans received more great news: an updated version of their favourite tool is available for download. The new version is also known as Lucky Patcher APK 8.0.0.
The most common reason why people use this tool on non-rooted devices is to eliminate the in-app purchase feature. Here is what you can do for installing the Lucky Patcher on a device that hasn’t been rooted:
- First of all, download the Lucky Patcher for non-rooted devices;
- Then, go to your device’s Settings, in the Privacy section and enable the Unknown sources category;
- Moving further, you have to look for the Lucky Patcher APK file and begin the installation process;
- Once the installation process is completed, you can start using the app.
You can find more information and online tutorials that guide you every step of the way. With their help, you can learn how to install and use the tool on rooted and non-rooted device.
Agnes is a technical writer, being in touch with reports to come up with the latest tech leaks.