Lucky Patcher v6.2.2
Requirements: 2.0+ | ROOT
Overview: You can use this patcher to break some apps’ Android Market License Verification or other Verifications


Lucky Patcher is a great Android tool to remove ads, modify Permissions, bypass premium applications license verification, and more.

To use all features of Lucky Patcher, you need a rooted device.

Know :
Although stable, functioning of Lucky Patcher can’t be guaranteed at 100%.
So you are solely responsible of use of this application.
Under no circumstances Netbew will be responsible for any problems caused to your device (rebooting loop, unstable system, etc…).


– Add "create log for fix "Patch to Android" to troubleshoting;
– Fix android patches for some firmeares on arm64;
– Update translations;
– Update custom patches;
– Bugs fixed.

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For a while I’ve gotten a pop-up when I start Lucky Patcher and Titanium Backup. I believe it says something about a space in the super user name or something that might cause an issue. It gives me the option to ignore it or change it. Until now I’ve just ignored it, but today I accidentally clicked the button to change it. My phone rebooted and everything *seems* fine, but neither Titanium Backup, nor Lucky Patcher show me the pop-up anymore. I have no clue what I did or what the repercussions might be.

Anyone know the pop-ups I’m talking about? What did I just do?

supersu > settings > mount name space > uncheck it // then all patching apps will work donot check it ,it causes problems
Well, I just checked out the setting in SuperSU and it’s already unchecked. I’m not sure if it was that way already or if that’s what got changed when I accidentally clicked ‘yes’ on the Lucky Patcher pop-up. Either way, I haven’t experienced any issues yet so I guess whatever happened wasn’t anything I need to worry about.
Material Mod ;)
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