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Decompile apk back to working project that can work in eclipse

OP Igorlukic

8th June 2014, 02:08 AM   |  #1  
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Hi,i created game: Smiley escape The cube invasion

I made my game with game engine,compilation was done through company website!

When i made my game,company didnt wanted to publish my game,and i have only apk file!

Since original project file that i have only generates xml,and its only working with company website,i cant do nothing with that project file anymore.

I need someone to reverse engineer my game,because i dont know how to do it!

Resources are encrypted ,dex2jar doesnt seems to work well,or maybe i dont know how to use it

Anyway,i distributed my game to third party websites,but i want original project file,so i could change package name,do signing ,insert ads on proper way etc!

If someone could help me and do this,i would put my game source code opensource ,since i dont have a lot of money to spare to pay developers to reverse engineer my game


If you need more details,please ask

Here is link for my game:

apps.opera.com/en_us/smiley_escape_the_cube_invasion.html?pos=9

Regards

Igor
Last edited by Toledo_JAB; 8th June 2014 at 05:37 AM.
8th June 2014, 04:48 AM   |  #2  
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I don't think that reverse engineering of apk to exact source is quite easy(or may not even be possible for now). Though you can try this amazing tool, I found by searching about this- APK to Java RC2

EDIT: I guess you did a right thing by asking here. You can get better help there

Cheers,
AJ
Last edited by Abhinav2; 8th June 2014 at 04:59 AM.
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