Enable YouTube Background Playback for Free on Android Nougat


YouTube is an incredible place for all your standard sound and video needs. However, you can’t just module your earphones, pick a playlist, and set your telephone back in your pocket without subscribing to YouTube Red, which costs $9.99/month for advertisement free and foundation playback. In the event that you can’t bear the cost of that for simply foundation playback, there are different ways.

In case you’re running Android KitKat, Lollipop, or Marshmallow, at that point you know there are Xposed modules which enable you to square promotions on YouTube and empower foundation playback. In any case, Xposed hasn’t been refreshed to help Android Nougat yet. There is another alternative of introducing a modded rendition of YouTube, yet a few clients don’t trust modded applications from those they don’t have the foggiest idea. That abandons us with going it the manual way and modding the YouTube application ourselves.

Introduce Lucky Patcher:

Keeping in mind the end goal to drive YouTube to empower foundation playback on Android 7.0+, we’ll basically need to “fix” the application. To do that, begin by introducing an application called Lucky Patcher, at that point open it up and give root consents.

Fix YouTube:

Here comes the fun part… really fixing YouTube. Whenever provoked, permit Lucky Patcher to refresh so that the most recent patches will be accessible to you.

Next, select YouTube from the rundown, at that point hit “Open Menu of Patches.” You may get a framework application cautioning if YouTube is introduced as a framework application, so hit “Yes” if provoked. From here, tap “Custom fix,” at that point hit “Apply.” When you’re set, simply hold up a few seconds as YouTube gets fixed.

Make the most of Your Patched Version of YouTube:

Open up YouTube, select your tune, playlist, or video of a decision, and hit the back catch until the point that you’re out of the application. YouTube foundation playback will instantly kick into impact, and a constant warning will enable you to look for tracks (you can expel the Background play one—it’ll just show up the first occasion when you utilize foundation playback). Appreciate!