NO ROOT version of Toggle Mod v10.1 - Bugs Fixed - Mind Blowing Features - Mini Militia v2.2.86 for non rooted Android devices

Hello boys,

As always, I kept ma promise by releasing this "No Root Version Of Toggle Mod For Mini Militia v2.2.86" works with every non rooted Android devices, combined with awesome new features.


Let's jump in.

What are the Features?

Includes all features from the latest version of Toggle Mod v10.1 - /2016/10/toggle-mod-v10.1-bug-fixes-mini-militia-v2.2.86.html" target="_blank">
 , which is meant for rooted phones.

How to install? - (For users who knows my Toggle Apps before)

  1. Download the app from the Downloads section below.
  2. Install the downloaded "" file.
  3. That's it.

How to install? - (For new users)

  1. Download the app from the Downloads section below.
  2. Uninstall any previous version of "No Root Toggle Mod App". (App Signature changed)
  3. Install the downloaded "" file.
  4. Make sure you have already installed the latest game "Mini Militia - Doodle Army 2". It is version 2.2.86, at the time of writing.
  5. Now open the game at least once. Just quit the game, after seeing the home screen.
  6. Open the "ToggleMod" app.
  7. Select your desired options.
  8. Just press the button "Patch", then sit back and relax, until the whole operation completes. It would take around 1-5 minutes, according to your device's performance.
  9. Now, you would be asked for replacing the installed game app. Make sure you have already took a recent backup of your game before proceeding with this.
  10. Just press the button "Nail it!", and press "Un-install" and then "Install".
  11. That's it. Now press button "Launch Game", back in the app and enjoy the gameplay ;).


Bug Fixes

  • There was a typing error in the code, that causes "Problem parsing package". - I would really like to thank you all, for reporting this withing a matter of seconds.

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