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Android is Google's Linux-based operating system for mobile devices. Initially developed by Android, Inc., Android is the world's most widely used smartphone platform.

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In order to get this to work I had to use a combination of the comments left on my original post. As I mentioned in the topic the issue looks like it being and issue with resource bundles not being in …
answered Oct 13 '13 by Fewmitz
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If the memory address is constant you can attach to the process and use the awatch command on GDB to monitor it. If it's not static you can break on the offending malloc call and set the bp there.
answered Oct 7 '14 by Fewmitz
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In short, no. If they're going to implement the "crypto" in Javascript in this way there isn't anything you can do beyond more obfuscation. This is 100% applicable to this situation but see MataSano's …
answered Dec 8 '14 by Fewmitz