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.
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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Anyone know the pop-ups I’m talking about? What did I just do?
lowfive wrote: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.
Ya you’re ok. And ya when you clicked "yes" that’s what changed the Mount Namespace setting in SuperSU.