The Google Play Store offers millions of apps and games that people can download and install on their smartphones. However, the best ones are the ones which feature a price tag and more than often, they are quite expensive. We know that not everyone is able to afford hundreds of dollars in order to purchase games or in-game bonuses and this is why we decided to present Lucky Patcher and its latest update today.
For the uninitiated, Lucky Patcher is a really useful tool that makes it possible for Android users to access paid apps, mobile games and in-game bonuses without having to pay a single dime. Therefore, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Lucky Patcher is one of the most popular tools available for Android powered smartphones.
The great thing about Lucky Patcher is not only the fact that it makes it possible for Android users to download paid apps and games, but that the tool is constantly updated with new features and software improvements. In fact, a brand-new update has just been released and it sports the 8.2.7 version number.
New 8.2.8 Update
As previously noted, the latest update for Lucky Patcher changes the tool’s version number to 8.2.7. This is a high-priority update and we are advising all Lucky Patcher fans to get it as soon as possible. The reason why this update has such a high priority is because it introduces bug fixes for the “App Translations” feature. Furthermore, the update also takes care of some bugs which caused broadcast receivers for Android 8.0 Oreo to have issues.
How to Enable the “Unknown Sources” Option
Obviously, Lucky Patcher is not available to download directly from the Google Play Store because its features go against Google’s ToS (terms of services). Therefore, interested readers will need to download the tool in the form of APK and this can only be done after enabling the “Unknown Sources” option which can be found in Settings – Security – Device Administration panel.
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