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rktfier

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Hello, i'm trying to extract some assets from a game called Hatsune Miku: Colorful Stage.

I have tried to get the apk file and put it into an asset extractor but it doesn't contain most of the stuff.

The game installs some files on launch, so i suspected there would be an .obb file, but the game doesn't store any data under the android folder.

Google Play Store also seems to install additional files for the games on install, so that may also contain what i need, but i don't know how to get it.

I have tried to shell into my phone using adb, in an attempt to uncover some files, but since my phone (A32) is not rooted, i couldn't find anything related to the game.

I am fairly new to the "extracting files from a game" kind of thing. I used AssetStudioGUI in order to get my current files. The game uses Unity as it's engine and as far as my application shows, it's version 2019.4.15f1.

Any suggestions is appreciated.
 

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Hello, i'm trying to extract some assets from a game called Hatsune Miku: Colorful Stage.

I have tried to get the apk file and put it into an asset extractor but it doesn't contain most of the stuff.

The game installs some files on launch, so i suspected there would be an .obb file, but the game doesn't store any data under the android folder.

Google Play Store also seems to install additional files for the games on install, so that may also contain what i need, but i don't know how to get it.

I have tried to shell into my phone using adb, in an attempt to uncover some files, but since my phone (A32) is not rooted, i couldn't find anything related to the game.

I am fairly new to the "extracting files from a game" kind of thing. I used AssetStudioGUI in order to get my current files. The game uses Unity as it's engine and as far as my application shows, it's version 2019.4.15f1.

Any suggestions is appreciated.
Install the game from Playstore, let it install the additional files then find and extract those files. The app should be in data/data and your game app data and .obb should be in Android folder. Also, some parts of games are not installed on the device and some parts of game data are not stored on the device, they are in the server for the game, you can't access or modify those parts.

What are you trying to extract from the game?

We do not provide assistance with hacking paid games or paid parts of games, so, if that is your goal, you will not get any answers or help here. The forum rules prohibit such discussion.
 

rktfier

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Install the game from Playstore, let it install the additional files then find and extract those files. The app should be in data/data and your game app data and .obb should be in Android folder. Also, some parts of games are not installed on the device and some parts of game data are not stored on the device, they are in the server for the game, you can't access or modify those parts.

What are you trying to extract from the game?

We do not provide assistance with hacking paid games or paid parts of games, so, if that is your goal, you will not get any answers or help here. The forum rules prohibit such discussion.
I want to extract a few asset and sound files. Like i said i couldn't find the .obb files anywhere in the Android file. The game downloads a big content pack by itself on launch. They are stored in the phone, since it would be kind of dumb to download a few gb's of files and then using the server files.
 

Droidriven

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I want to extract a few asset and sound files. Like i said i couldn't find the .obb files anywhere in the Android file. The game downloads a big content pack by itself on launch. They are stored in the phone, since it would be kind of dumb to download a few gb's of files and then using the server files.
You can try using adb to create a adb backup of your user apps and user data/app data, then extract the contents of the backup file that adb creates. It doesn't require root as long as you aren't trying to extract system apps or system data. When you extract the data from the adb backup file, look in the data/data/ partition to find your user apps, your game apk and its installed data should be in there, then look in Android folder to find the app data for that app

Look for a guide on how to do a adb backup, the command to create the backup has specific optional switches to include or ignore the data of your choice. In your case, you want to use the adb backup command with the specific swiches to backup user apps and their app data but ignore everything else.