Keep it up Wonderful work to get back java source with Android resource files and folders from apk file. A big help for new Android developers who accidentally or by mistake lose their hard work. Very many thanks for developers effort. But didn't get back the xml files may be some bug or kind of some measure to protect the work of other developers... Only you (developer) can better explain the fact...
Absolutely amazing Been wanting this for a long time. I love that it includes multiple decompilers, the UI supports doing other stuff while decompile happens, etc. Potential improvements: allow setting some properties of the decompile (E.g. deobfuscation), or just allow me to input a custom command line string as a decompile option, so if I'm working on improving an option I can just pipe an apk straight to my personal setup. Amazing app, love the convenience!
Found an installed monitoring/spy app (cmiyc) I had suspected was on my phone for months but no Antivirus or malicious app finder could help me! I am not even a beginner in programming but recognized right away that the app was not what it portrayed itself to be. I found it within the first two apps I decoded!!
Love it, but- First off, is there really no forum on this? I noticed the github in the description, but i feel like a forum would be much easier fot help. This could just be me, but I downloaded a couple jar files onto my phone. I wanted to see the source code for it, but, when I went to /storage/emulated/0/Downloads (or whatever it is), nothing is in there except for some Oculous file from a while back. My other files aren't showing up, how do I go about showing the source code of a downloaded jar file?
Looks sexy... Works sexy... I'm dumping my GF! This is quite the attractive decompiler! If you get the "integrety check" error, clear app cache/data as others suggested, redecompile, et voila! For those complaining about speed: you are decompiling a compiled app, expect it to take longer than a compile of the same app! MUCH <3 FOR THE DEV!
Awesome, but... From newer versions I always get "Integrity check failed" and it doesn't decompile some of my apks. In earlier versions (<2.0.5) everything worked. It even showed there was error choosing decompiler, but at least it finished decompiling (like a false error). Is there any way to disable integrity check?
New decompiler and a Critical Bugfix. Please update.
1. Added FernFlower analytical decompiler
2. Fixed a bug causing JaDX to not decompile certain resources
1. Added in-app purchase for an ad-free pro version
2. Updated JaDX with the latest upstream changes
3. Code optimisation
4. File size reduction
1. Added error message for stuck and initialisation
2. Updated CFR to 0.110.
3. Prep for IAP to remove ads
4. UI upgrades
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