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In Android there is a class named AsyncTask, designed for running processes in the background without blocking the UI. The developer extends AsyncTask and implements doInBackground() member function which is called by the system. After instancing the derived class and calling the instance's .execute() method, Android will, asynchronously call doInBackground()...


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Dex files have a maximum amount of methods which they can contain, specifically 64k methods. Jar files are just zip files containing class files. Knowing both of these, all you need to do is dex2jar (or whatever you're using to create the jar file from the dex file) each dex file individually. Then unzip each file to the same directory, enter the directory ...


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It's very likely you need to access the .value of the object. Alternatively you could also "stringfy" this which is an easy was to understand all the properties of the Object. Also, you do not need to perform an overload inside of your overload, just call the method directly using this.decryptAesCipherText() You can do all of the above with the fix ...


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Try to learn the structure of the apk, learn SMALI, understand how the apk works, after understanding what your calls are like and learning smali, it is essential to be able to make calls from resources, but stay tuned for apk protections , even considering a somewhat rare factor, there are also several online tools to assist in this factor, with a simple ...


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