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Announcement from Diamondback: VTS has its own support area now. Check it out: http://forum.xda-developers.com/apps/virtuous-ten-studio
9th February 2013, 09:29 AM   |  #1141  
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hello sir..
any method to test apk's on AVD/emulator after compiling...??

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You could use the adb push command setting to push the binary to your running avd. But I don't think there is a way to automatically start the application (due to various apk entry points).

The current version always tries to push to an USB device, so pushing to AVD won't work directly from VTS.
However, the next version improves this and gives you the ability to specify custom ADB flags (like -d, -e, -s), so you can easily configure it to push to your emulator.

Right now you can always just push it manually to the emulator via the command line.
9th February 2013, 09:43 AM   |  #1142  
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Re: [IDE] Virtuous Ten Studio - The next level of reverse engineering apps | 2.1.30.7
Hey DB, VTS has become my daily driver now and everything is so easy, fast and fluid with it

I wish to request a feature
Well I use the "Generate Java sources" too too often , so wouldn't it be great feature to generate java sources LIVE!?
For example if I change something in smali then it should show what's changed in java sources for the corresponding source file in REAL-TIME maybe in another tab?
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9th February 2013, 10:36 AM   |  #1143  
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Re: [IDE] Virtuous Ten Studio - The next level of reverse engineering apps | 2.1.30.7
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The current version always tries to push to an USB device, so pushing to AVD won't work directly from VTS.
However, the next version improves this and gives you the ability to specify custom ADB flags (like -d, -e, -s), so you can easily configure it to push to your emulator.

Right now you can always just push it manually to the emulator via the command line.

I allways do adb push and pull on vts...
Hope you can add an emulator on next ver. Cause that a problem if I wanna test without device..

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9th February 2013, 10:40 AM   |  #1144  
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Re: [IDE] Virtuous Ten Studio - The next level of reverse engineering apps | 2.1.30.7
Thanks you! I'm waiting for the update

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9th February 2013, 02:37 PM   |  #1145  
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Thanks you! I'm waiting for the update

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I luv vts

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9th February 2013, 02:51 PM   |  #1146  
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Finally I can post here and thank you personally for this absolutely great tool!

I hope I can help make this even better with two feature suggestions:
- The ability to use bookmarks in the open java source files. Sometimes I tend to get lost digging deep,..
- What would also be very helpful is a history-dropdown list in the Quick find field (as these searches don't show up in Search results Panel).

I'm off now buyng myself a license...
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Finally I can post here and thank you personally for this absolutely great tool!

I hope I can help make this even better with two feature suggestions:
- The ability to use bookmarks in the open java source files. Sometimes I tend to get lost digging deep,..
- What would also be very helpful is a history-dropdown list in the Quick find field (as these searches don't show up in Search results Panel).

I'm off now buyng myself a license...

I just implemented these two
Thanks for the ideas
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I just implemented these two
Thanks for the ideas

That's just great, thanks!
10th February 2013, 09:16 PM   |  #1149  
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I had some problems while compiling and decompiling apks (Can't find java binary!) and I found the fix, hope it will help other people. It was simple: VTS is not working with 64 bits version of JRE...
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1) Support for decoding HTC's jpg files (world's first)

HTC's newer ROMs contain proprietary JPG files. These jpgs actually have transparency (yes jpg & transparency).
You can't edit these jpgs because once you do the transparency is gone and the images are all screwed.

In the next version VTS brings support for these jpgs, they get decompiled to proper png files so you can edit them. Once building the apk VTS automatically transforms the pngs back to jpgs.

Have a look at these comparisions: (left original jpg, right png, the red background is normally transparent, just added it for visibility reasons)




Now you can properly edit these images

What project type should I choose to decompile those kind of images? I tried apk and M10 project types but it didnīt work. Iīm trying to extract the battery image from HtcPowerManager.apk (attached).

Thanks in advance.
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