Lucky Patcher is probably the best Android tool which helps you to do a lot of things that you normally can’t do with your Android device. It removes all the restrictions and allows you to do things that are restricted, but once you install this app, everything is at your fingertips.
One such thing that we are discussing here that Lucky Patcher allows you to do is Move your user apps to System Apps. System Apps are those apps which come pre-installed with your device and can’t be uninstalled.
With the help of Lucky Patcher, you can move any user installed app to System Apps. This is useful when you reset your phone. All the user apps are deleted except for System Apps which can’t be deleted.
How to move User Apps to System Apps with Lucky Patcher?
Before you proceed any further, you should know that this requires your Android device to be rooted. So, if you don’t want to root your Android device, then you should look elsewhere as root is must for this process.
If you have already rooted your device and installed Lucky Patcher on your device, you should skip Step 1 and 2.
- Root your Android device to initiate the process. The root process is different for different smartphones, so, search on the Internet according to your device model.
- Download the Lucky Patcher App from our website and install it. (You can read here on How to Install Lucky Patcher App)
- Once installed, open the Lucky Patcher App.
- It will show you the list of all the apps installed on your device. Select the app that you want to move as a System App.
- Tap on “Tools”.
- Select “Move to /system/apps” option.
- Wait for a while as the process is underway.
- You will be asked to Reboot. Tap on Yes.
- After Reboot, you will now see that the selected User App is moved to System App.
You have successfully managed to Move the User to System App, all thanks to Lucky Patcher!