It's good but... I like it but it keeps prompting me to purchase the unlock code even though I just did. By the way, as I have been reading from previous purchasers (and this issue seems to be all to common) i don't have anything called "lucky patcher". I just recently did a factory reset and also just recently purchased a lot of apps from the play store. Maybe one of your fellow developers is utilizing some sort of code to register their software? Please resolve asap.
Good if there's a fix for... Seems to keep asking for key even after buying unlock key. Force sync via tasker doesn't seem to actually sync unless auto sync is also enabled on that account, which makes a timed tasker routine pointless. New Nexus 5, KitKat 4.4.2.
Unlock Key issue solved For anyone who has problem installing Unlock Key, all you need to know is that, Synker is sensitive to the presence of certain apps particularly Lucky Patcher, and even certain xposed modules. Simply disable or temporarily uninstall those apps you are suspicious of being the culprit, install the Unlock Key, and then re-enable/re-install them.
Seems to work, but like many people I find it refused to recognise the unlock key. I don't have the specific app the developer calls out as causing the issue, and I have no idea if any other could do this. Not my job to fix!
It works... Although every time I try to use the force sync I get a popup notification saying I need to install the unlock key which is already installed and then they give me a link to the playstore where the only option is to uninstall! What is that about!? ;-)~
Good job, but doesn't remember I bought anything for the unlock The app Can't remember I purchased anything from the store. Keeps telling me I need to buy the app. Nexus 5. 4.4.2
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