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OP nickytheshaft

28th January 2014, 07:16 PM   |  #1  
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Hi,

I am actually running stock 4.3 on my i9506.
The sms to mms conversion when you reach 3 sms or add an emoji is driving me crazy. I want to stay on the stock app.
Therefore, I need to edit the secmms.odex to get the smali file.
Can anyone explaine how to do it? I have searched the web and not found a single clue. Everything I find is to decompile the apk files but on an odexed rom, the apk doex not contain then smali file.

Thanks
29th January 2014, 03:33 PM   |  #2  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by nickytheshaft

Hi,

I am actually running stock 4.3 on my i9506.
The sms to mms conversion when you reach 3 sms or add an emoji is driving me crazy. I want to stay on the stock app.
Therefore, I need to edit the secmms.odex to get the smali file.
Can anyone explaine how to do it? I have searched the web and not found a single clue. Everything I find is to decompile the apk files but on an odexed rom, the apk doex not contain then smali file.

Thanks

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