If you have been experiencing problems using Lucky Patcher, this article will interest you. Mainly, this tool fails due to the version of Android you are using. Unlike other applications, which no longer support older versions, Lucky Patcher may not work properly in newer versions. From Malavida, we have been testing this tool with Android 10, and although its operation has been stable, many of the modifications are not correctly applied.
Additionally, you will encounter other errors. For example, because online games have their resources and files hosted in the cloud, Lucky Patcher may not be able to modify them. On the other hand, you may be experiencing problems emulating in-app shopping for a video game or application. To correct this problem take the following steps. First, tap on the application you want to modify and select Menu of Patches.
Then, use the option Create Modified APK file.Create the modified APK
Tap on the button APK rebuilt for InApp and LVL emulation.Emulate in-app purchases
Now, use the Rebuild The App button to start the process.Create the app once again
Once this is done, restart the device and open the modified application. Check that purchases within the application have disappeared. If this is not the case, Lucky Patcher may not be working well with your version of Android. It is important to remember that this may infringe on the rights of the developers and even intellectual property laws.
Finally, keep in mind that many of the actions that can be taken with Lucky Patcher require superuser permissions. So, research how to root your device in trusted Internet communities and do the indicated process. Do not forget that obtaining root permissions is dangerous and can put the integrity of your device at risk. However, rooting is the way to make the most of this utility.