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  • About JesusFreke
    City
    Dallas
    Home country
    United States
    Interests
    Android hacking, unicycling, didgeridoo, slackwalking
    Occupation
    Software Engineer
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    "Whether You Think You Can or Can't, You're Right"
    --Henry Ford

    Android Developer Phone 1 - JFv1.51 - REPRESENT!

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  • Join Date: 23rd October 2008
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12 FYI: I've released a new official version of smali/baksmali with this fix (v1.2.7) http://blog.jesusfreke.com/2011/08/smalibaksmali-127.html Big Kudos to brightidea for figuring out the problem :)
5 Thank you guys for the compliments; I am glad that you found my work useful. Actually, I had to spend a lot of time and effort in order to reach this solution and now my eyes burn like hell and my wife won't talk to me anymore :o Anyway, sm...
4 I have some fixes for baksmali that I'm relatively sure will fix the problem. However, I want to make sure that it doesn't introduce any *new* problems, but I don't have a device to test this on :) Would someone mind giving the new version of b...
2 Forget about working with smali check this out. http://kkinder.com/2011/11/27/so-you-want-to-reverse-engineer-an-android-app-apk/ Reverse engineer smali back into Java what can be easier than that. Sent from my HTC Ruby using xda app-develo...
2 Yes, you can. At least, for the most part. The main constraining factor is the small amount of memory available on the device. 1. run the dx util on baksmali.jar, to produce a classes.dex file 2. add the classes.dex file to a new jar (or you can ...