We can disable the device analysis and block of Lucky Patcher on behalf of Google Play Protect if we follow these steps:
- Step 1: access Google’s settings on Android.
- Step 2: go to the Security option.
- Step 3: in the Google Play Protect option, you’ll find a panel with the latest apps that have been analyzed and information about the status of our smartphone or tablet. We have to disable the two bottom options.
With this action, we can stop the analysis of all applications and the submission of apps that have been installed separately. Lucky Patcher is considered as a harmful app on behalf of Google because amongst its functions, as you know, you can remove adverts from free apps without paying any in-app purchases.
Google Play Protect is installed without the user even realizing and is enabled by default. Although it’s a great security measure, it also involves losing part of our privacy. One of the pros of disabling it, apart from gaining in privacy (Google won’t know what applications we’re installing), is that will gain in battery life as it’s a process that’s always running in the background.
As you already know, Lucky Patcher is an Android cracks that offers us features such as the following:
- Removes license verifications.
- Removes adverts embedded into apps.
- Modifies permissions associated to applications.
- Allows us to extract an app in APK format to carry out backups.
- Unblocks paid applications and allows us to take them to other devices.
All these functions can be carried out easily and explained by means of a color code that highlights the applications and indicates what actions can be carried out on each one of them.