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Been spending time on this bug report and it blows my mind how crazy resource obfuscation techniques are becoming.
I decompile SHAREit_3.6.68_ww.apk then recompile it again without any changes. download link: SHAREit_3.6.68_ww.apk But the following error occurs: deompile : F:\Temp>apktool.bat d 1-SHAREit_3.6.6...
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Another release out the door! Nougat support here. Make sure after you upgrade to run `apktool empty-framework-dir`.
Apktool v2.2.1 has been released! This is a compatibility release for Android Nougat, in addition to bringing support for wiping the framework directory. Android Nougat brought three interesting things. aapt2. The 2nd iteration (rewrite) of the aapt binary. We leverage aapt a lot during the build procedure. The
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Hey I have installed JRE 1.8 on Windows 10(64Bit)
and also renamed apktopp-xxxx.jar to apktool.jar with apktool.batch
but whenever i open apktool nothing opens after 2sec loading
i tried to open other jar files and they are working fine
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GitHub launched a new code review process. Instead of spamming people who submit PRs with comments as I make them, I could review the entire PR then submit it at once back to the original author for changes.

https://github.com/iBotPeaches/Apktool/pull/1313

I'm liking the new flow so far. +1 to GitHub. I wonder how GitLab will react.
When apktool creates a DexBuilder class, it creates it without specifying a minimum api level. This causes the DexBuilder class to assume api level 20 by default. This is not ideal since in some ca...
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Not sure how API 24 apps have a 56 byte configuration header, yet the source dump of (nougat-release) have a 52 byte header.

Something isn't adding up.
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they finally took out the "GOOG" text from the header!
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I tried to do something good and purchased an SGS5 to help track down a Samsung apktool problem. My first purchase of a phone solely to help fix apktool bugs.

I brought the phone with me on my trips so I could hack in my hotel rooms when I wasn't busy. I no longer have the phone. I assume it was stolen during flying as I remember packing it up.

Android Device Manager and my Google account were on it. It must be off as it isn't detecting its location. I already locked the device and debating whether to issue the wipe command (which claims removes the ability to track it).

I'll take full blame if I stupidly left it somewhere, but I don't think I did so now I'm thinking it was just found during an inspection of my luggage and swiped. I should have carried it on vs checking it.

You live and learn.


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Hello can anyone help me to edit an apk?
I have all needed codes but I need someone who can add them to AndroidManifest.xml and a class.
I really hope someone can help please its important for me.
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It's disgusting how many sites re-host your open source project that already exists on an ad-free and safe place.

There are too many sites that plaster 200 keywords, copy and paste change logs and leave downloads being a paywall. Yet Google gives them credit and placement.

Simply aggravating. These sites are scum and should not be indexed.
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Turns out the AAPT binaries I built were 64 bit. They are usually 32 bit, so I guess its time to separate the unix prebuilt binaries between 32/64 bit.

The problem now is that my previous variable of TARGET_PREFER_32_BIT := true is still building a 64 bit binary. I need to research how Android Nougat changed to get back to building a 32 bit binary.
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What's the alkmpeotr or andaroid
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Take one mini vacation and the bug tracker blows up. 10 or so new bugs to investigate :/

Will cut a 2.2.1 release soon with Android Nougat support. Since the frameworks (as of 2.2.0) hide in less than plain sight.

I will work on adding a framework updater to stop the bug reports that just require a framework to be updated.
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Link 2.2.1 pls...
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Linux and Windows Nougat (apktool flavored) aapt binaries have been built. One platform to go.
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only have android left to build, right?
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The timer has started. Apktool 2.2.1 will come with one fix when ready. Android Nougat support.

From the previous AOSP releases. These new drops take me between 1 month and 3 days to add support for.
With more ways to make Android your own, Android Nougat is our sweetest release yet.
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