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[TOOL] AUTO APK TOOL + AUTO DEODEX TOOL [Modders, Devs, Translators] [Linux, OSX]

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31st May 2011, 02:55 AM   |  #1  
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This is a ported version of XavierJohn22's superb script from Windows to Linux & OSX.

You need to read the first five posts in the original topic for help & tutorials.
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OBJECTIVE:
Automate batch processing decompiling and recompiling, flashable zip creation, etc
Initially made when translating miui apks and building lang pack

USAGE:
Run AutoAPKToolMain.sh

Warning: I have worked on this in my spare time, i.e. when not coding Android apps, which I do when not working my main job.

As a result, this is alpha quality (no it will not destroy your computer though!)

Please report any issue encountered when using it. I expect some of them having to do with the original script and *most* of them with an error in translation so I will have to triage those.

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dude whers the bat file its not in the zip
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dude whers the bat file its not in the zip

Read this dude >
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This is a ported version of XavierJohn22's superb script from Windows to Linux & OSX.

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WTF???? This deleted my entire user account basicaly! REPORTING!!!
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I'd highly recommend you always use quotes for variables to prevent disasters like the one above, if this is still active.
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I'd highly recommend you always use quotes for variables to prevent disasters like the one above, if this is still active.

Right. I guess you are referring to these:
PHP Code:
rm -f $A 
As I originally posted under 'Warning' this is alpha quality, including the expected bash pitfalls since I was "copy-tranmogriphy-pasting" from the original script. Based on the minimum amount of feedback I received, I dropped the project.

Whoareyou:
1. What action did you ask it to take when it deleted your account?
2. Could you define "deleted my account?"

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