How to hide Lucky Patcher to bypass detection (Root + Xposed)

Lucky Patcher has a build-in feature to hide itself to bypass detection. Xposed is required for this feature.

I highly recommended you use Hide My Applist app instead to hide any apps. Xposed is also required for that


Enable module of Lucky Patcher in Xposed app if you haven’t already

Open Lucky Patcher, and open the Toolbox


Choose Xposed settings


Check Hide Lucky Patcher and Enable Xposed module. Apply it


Reboot your device to take effect. Now some apps should not detect it anymore


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