- Decompile app in java with jadx etc. (for reference)
- Find where that default value is being assigned
- Decode app in smali and modify smali files acc.
- Recompile, sign & install
P.S. use latest apk studio from the other post.
APK Studio is a cross-platform IDE for reverse-engineering (decompiling/editing) & recompiling of android application binaries within a single user-interface. It features a friendly IDE like layout, with a code editor which support syntax highlighting for Android SMALI (*.smali) code files.
Hey harveyr4! It's quit easy & self-explanatory! You go to File > Open APK > browse to your APK file & select it..., wait & watch the status bar! You will then be presented with the real thing inside You can double click any smali file from package (use package explorer on the left), edit it then you can recompile it from the Build menu!
For testing I decompiled a simple apk into Java, it managed to do it. But when I modify the generated java code, it does not seem to take the mod at all. I clicked save and save all and then build again. It does not recompile the modified java source, because when I purposely make an error, it did not even complain.
What do I need to do ? Do I have to compile it in android studio ?
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