Thread Contributor: AlbusLucky Patcher v6.1.1 - Patch and modify Android Apps
Requires root and busybox.

This program scans all the installed programs on your device, sorts them by the possibility and impossibility of application of the patch, and places where the patch can be useful at the beginning of the list. You can apply it to the patch, and if it works, then you will have a fully registered program.

In extreme version adds the ability to block intrusive advertisements in apps, but this doesn't always work everywhere. Before applying the patch, it is recommended to make a backup of the application!

Retrieved from Extend Your Android
Q: What do the different colors of the apps mean?
  • Green means the app has big chances to get registered through patching.
  • Yellow indicates there's a custom patch (stored in /sdcard/LuckyPatcher/~.
  • Cyan tells you Google Ads were found in this app.
  • Magenta, that program is in the boot list.
  • Red = bad? Not everytime. Red apps can probably not be patched to get registered. Probably! Apps which are made of two parts (E.g. The app itself and an unlocker) have a chance to get registered through patch anyways. To try this, patch both sites, either one of them.
  • Orange means it's a system(!) application. Be careful with those! In the most bad case, you could brick your system. BootList: A list of programs that will patch the boot device. At this point, it's used only for apps requiring the correction of libraries ".so".

Q: And the clover and the star?
A: The clover simply indicates that the patcher made changes in the certain app. The star means Dalvik-Cache apps has been fixed (ODEX with changes created).

Q: I want detailed help.
A: In LuckyPatcher, press Menu button => Settings => Help to find more information and informations about creating custom patches. Otherwise ask the developers here.

Q: I patched the app, it told me I have 60% luck. Now I opened it, but the patch seems to not be applied at all. What's wrong?
A: 60% luck doesn't mean the patch worked. It doesn't mean the patch only works for 60% either. It just means you have 60% luck that the patch affected what he should. And 40% that nothing happened at all to the app. Try another patch, e.g. the reversed version.

Q: LuckyPatcher doesn't work / freezes / crashes.
A: That could have different causes:

Potential causes
  • You aren't rooted.
  • You haven't got BusyBox installed.
  • Your phone's just too slow.
  • You haven't got the latest version of Lucky Patcher.
  • Lucky Patcher wasn't installed correctly.

What you can do:
  • Quit other processes.
  • Update your Android (min. 2.3 Gingerbread).
  • (Re-)Root your device.
  • Quit the app you want to patch.
  • Re-download and re-install Lucky Patcher.
  • Re-download and re-install BusyBox.

Lucky Patcher has saved me from many hours of waiting (awful standard for mobile games).

Small comment though. Lucky Patcher doesn't actually require a rooted device for all of its features although it's highly recommended to have a rooted device.

EDIT: For anyone wondering, this is the official website:
Thanks @Jurij, I no longer had the official website bookmarked (The colors in their material design make my eyes want to bleed. I've only ever used this with a rooted device.
Hopefully in the future I will get an Android phone and try this out, thanks for the share.
Sounds as a nice goody but I do not have my phone rooted atm ;(

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