We’ve been running the new Lucky Patchers patch for a couple of weeks now, and while it has been well received, there’s still one major problem.
Lucky Patches requires you to download a bunch of custom-made patches.
They come in various formats and are tailored to certain kinds of patches, and Lucky Patched patches don’t include a patch for your particular OS.
That means you can’t use a patch to patch a patched version of Windows or MacOS, for example.
That makes it difficult to patch OS X, and not just the latest versions of iOS, Android, or Windows.
To address that, Lucky Patcheters developer Sami Al-Saleh released the “Patch for LuckyPatcher” for OS X. That’s the one patch that will let you patch Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows 11, and Windows 12, and it includes the “patch” for Windows 7.
However, there are some other patches that won’t work with that version of OS X because they’re not included in the “patcher”.
For example, the “Patcher for Windows 8” will not work with Windows 8 or Windows 10.
So, while there are patches for Windows, you’ll have to make do with the patches for older versions of Windows.
Sami also announced that there are plans to release the “LuckyPatcher_OSX_Patch_v2.0” for iOS.
This version will be “firmly integrated” with the MacOS and Windows 10 patches, but will be released separately.
There are also plans to work on an iOS version of LuckyPatchers, though nothing has been announced yet.
If you’re a Mac user looking to use a patched OS X patch, you might want to check out the latest version of the Mac OS X Patcher to fix any problems.
LuckyPatches for Windows and MacOS are out Now you can download and use the patches.
But before you get to that, make sure you read our previous article to see how to install and use patches for your OS X and Windows versions.
You can also check out Sami’s site for more information.