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Ooh, i have found what is the real problem, since my Apache mod_rewrite is working properly, then have a look on the public directory, make sure there is no directory resembles your routes.

in my case, this route admin: Route::get('admin', [\App\Http\Controllers\AdminController::class, 'index'])->name('admin_home');

corresponded with the directory named "admin" inside public folder "public>admin". that was the problem, after changing the directory name to "backend" then the route "admin" worked just fine...

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