|Mod Type: Application||Difficulty: Very Easy||Mod Status: Stable||Mod Base: Other||Carrier: N/A|
|Requires Root: No||Apply In: Other (See Description)||Optional:||Optional:||Android Version: 2.3.X (GB)|
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Coded & Tested by:
- Tom Dolan (Scriptr)
- Joel Duncan (Slethen)
32bit compatibility fixed
ICS support added
Images showing again
No more refresh bug
Apk Signer added!
And working updater
Tutorial help section added, but program closes after viewing
AndroidSuite 2012 what it does
- Decodes and encodes Dex files
- Decodes and encodes APK files (Previously bugged in APKManager)
- Gives a console output
- Flash boot.img (fastboot)
- Flash update.zip (fastboot)
- reboot/reboot fastboot mode
- Sign unsigned apks
ADB Apk flasher
512MB free system memory
Java (JRE/JDK 6 prefered)
Android Suite 2012 by Team Scripthen
Place the APKs in the directory \apk\
refresh the list,
select from the first list box which one you want to decode then hit
"decode selected" you can then edit the source in "decoded-apks".
to re-encode, refresh the list again, the select from the second list which directory
you'd like to encode hit "encode selected" once the progress bar has stopped you can
then safetly remove the APK from "encoded-apks" directory.
place your .dex file in the directory "\repo\Dex" go to the main window and then hit
"Decode Dex", then you can click "Open OUT Directory" to view the source code.
Once finished with the source code you can then hit "Encode Dex" to reencode it to
"classes.dex" which will appear in programs root.
Place your apk file to be signed in "\unsigned" rename it too apk (apk.apk)
Now hit Apk Signer under Experimental features, this creates your new signed apk as "signed-apk.apk" in /unsigned folder
Experimental features added:
Applies an update.zip to the device,
To apply the update, the archive needs to be in %PROGRAMROOT%\repo\
Send reboot signal to the phone
Boot to fast mode;
Reboot the phone to fast mode
This has NOT been fully tested!!!
To apply the new boot image put it in %PROGRAMROOT%\repo\
It would be extremely helpful if you were to post bugs/errors on this topic so we can find them easier. :D