This is a fun how to guide. I have always wanted to see what certain applications look like under the hood. ADB as Google’s definition is a versatile command line tool that lets you communicate with an emulator instance or connected Android-powered device. So know that we know what ADB is time for fun. The following guides were performed only on my own application please note it is a offence to perform on anyone else code.
Reverse Engineering Android Apps (Using Ubuntu Linux)
This guide assumes you have the android sdk downloaded and installed. Once completed installation plug android device in and open a terminal.
Set ADB in terminal path variable
Run ADB from terminal with interactive shell
Use package manager to view all applications and services running on device
pm list packages – list all the packages on the device
pm list features – list all the…
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