Google Play Store 5.9.12 APK Available For Download – Bug Fixes and Great Features
Google Play Store is the official app store on mobile devices that run on Android OS. The store comes with over 450.000 applications, millions of books and songs and a lot of movies.
Today we’re going to talk about a cracked version of Google Play Store and all the features that come with it. So, if you have a rooted Android device and you want to try out a cracked version of the Google Play Store, take a look below and learn more about its features.
Google Play Store Version 5.9.12 Cracked By ChelpuS: Features
– Verification can be done offline;
– Ability to use Google LVL protected applications;
– A new lucky patcher has been added, so patching is not needed anymore;
– Can download paid applications for free;
– Ability to disable the self updating;
– Refund button has been reworked;
– A lot of bugs have been fixed;
– Many more.
Installing Google Play Store Version 5.9.12 Cracked on Android Lollipop
If your device runs on Android Lollipop, you will want to use the Xposed installer. Just download the “Lucky Patcher APK” from the internet and manually install it on your Android device.
Once you install the Lucky Patcher, open it, tap on the “Toolbox” button and install the latest Google Play Store version. Then, you will just need to search for an application that you want (which costs money) and purchase it (keep in mind that you will use money for this, but you will be able to get it back).
Once you purchase it, you will be able to “refund” and usually when you refund an application it will get automatically uninstalled, but because you’re using a patched Google Play Store, it will stay installed.
However, you will notice that you can’t open the application that you’ve just refunded. This can be fixed by opening Lucky Patcher, search for the application you’ve just refunded and select “Open Menu of Patches”. Here you will need to select “Remove License Verification”->Auto Modes->Apply.
Once the patching is done, the Lucky Patcher will ask you to run the application for testing.