Lucky Patcher is a very useful tool for Android that allows you to do a lot of things that you normally can’t do with your Android device. You can also apply patches to your Android firmware.
Once you apply Patches to Android, you will be able to get the modded version of Google Play Store that will allow you install every paid app/game for free with no fee for the app itself or the in-app purchases.
You can read our tutorial about How to Apply Patches to Android with Lucky Patcher.
However, if for some reason you wish to remove those patches that you applied earlier, then you can do it.
There are actually three different patches and each patch is required for a different function.
Needed for modded Google Play, for In-App Purchases, and LVL emulation.
Needed for the installation of modded Google Play as a user application.
Needed for installation of old versions of apps on current versions and re-signed apps on original apps.
If you wish to remove these patches, then follow the steps below. The process is easy and will take a few moments.
- Open the Lucky Patcher App.
- Click on “Toolbox” from the bottom panel.
- Select “Patch to Android”.
- To remove the first two patches, select “Remove all patches from core.jar” option.
- Make sure that “only patch dalvik-cache” option is selected.
- After you tap on Apply, the device will reboot.
- The first two patches have now been removed.
- Open the Lucky Patcher App again and head over to Patch to Android again.
- This time to remove the third patch, select the “Remove all patches from services.jar”.
- Now the device will reboot again and you will see all the three patches have now been removed.
You should know that these patches will only be removed if they were applied with “only patch dalvik-cache” option.