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19th May 2015, 10:20 AM |#81  
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You would need to either modify a default Skype package, and change its package name to something else (such as com.skype.custom), or find a pre-modified Skype package that's already been changed. Then enter this package name into the SkypeX preferences as the 2nd package. If you go back through this thread, there should be a post that has a pre-modified package that can be used as a 2nd Skype app.

Hi, agentdr8

I already know it and tried to modify skype apk with apktool. I disassembled it, corrected xml and rebuilded back, but it won't install after my manipulations. So I ask for some detailed manual about how to do it right. Here I saw link to 3rd version of Skype and don't want it.
 
 
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I already know it and tried to modify skype apk with apktool. I disassembled it, corrected xml and rebuilded back, but it won't install after my manipulations. So I ask for some detailed manual about how to do it right. Here I saw link to 3rd version of Skype and don't want it.

After repacking, you need to sign the package with your own private key.
20th May 2015, 12:12 PM |#83  
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After repacking, you need to sign the package with your own private key.

How?
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How?

Not really the right place for this kind of info, but here's what a quick Google search found:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2478180
https://github.com/appium/sign

There's plenty of ways to sign an apk with test keys.
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Not really the right place for this kind of info, but here's what a quick Google search found:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2478180
https://github.com/appium/sign

There's plenty of ways to sign an apk with test keys.

Thanks! I'll try.
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