i want to know if there is a way to extract a .kdz file to have the apps that are inside it,i need it to do so ,because i deleted some libraries and i dont have a backup ,cause there is not cwm recovery for this phone,and yes,i know i should have made a copy of the files with root explorer to the sd card,but i totally forgot it.
I have been at this for hours, but to no avail. I have been trying to root my GS2 with CF Root, but I can not get the tar file, instead, I see a zImage file. I am not extracting the tar to get the zImage. The zImage is what is there originally. I have tried multiple sources of CF Root, but get the same problem.
i have a huawei ideos x5 pro. Huawei releases upgrades for my phone in the form of update.app files. how to extract the contents of these files? I would like to get the system apps like camera, bluetooth etc.. but i cant seem to extract the update.app file..
How I can extract the .zip ROM file from an Android phone. The best I could find were people that were doing a backup of there phone (I don't know if they are .zip or not). But I want to somehow extract the .zip from the phone and be able to flash like a custom ROM.
Seems that for some reason I cant put the 2.2 OTA on my X...It comes back with an error that mentions the build.prop when doing the Checking Version step...
Verifying current system assert failed: apply_patch_check("/system/build.prop","76f714f20045407075a08d1f8634dbadf6891 66c5","448243fe4bdffdd0818e81286821889880d37752") E:Error in /cache/Blur_Version.1.13.604.MB810.Verizon.en.US.zip (Status 7) Installation aborted.
So I'm guessing that the changes I made in the build.prop file are stopping the update...I put the original back, but notice the file date is different (Yestedays date) than what the original should be...
Wondering if I can extract the original build.prop file from the SBF and put that down without doing the whole reflash...
If not, anyone have a stock 2.1 build.prop file they can Email me so I dont have to SBF and loose everything I have setup now?
I have an app with some 3rd-party jar references. When building in Eclipse, those .properties files in the jars are included in the generated apk with the help of ADT plugins. And the structure of the apk would look like as below...
In my Android app I need to extract data from a xml file (the file will have less than 2000 lines). I have no experience with XML parsing, so I don't know what the best approach is. DOM parser is perhaps not a good option, because I am on a mobile device. On the other hand with SAX I would probably end with more complicated code. What would you recommend?
I got my new HTC Sensation with Android some days ago and I would like to change several things on it, but before doing it and to be safe safe I would like to do a backup of the phone as I got it, as I did with my old (and broken ) HTC P3600 with WM.
I have been searching forums (including this one) and I find tools and tutorials for doing it in Windows Mobile or for Applications, but I didn't find it (or I was not able to find it) for the full smartphone, including the ROM Android-based.
I wanted to download the following app, Eyefi Mobi But from some reason I can't find it on my phone's play store and on the website it says it is not compatible. I wanted to try if it worked if I installed the apk but I can't find it on the web. How to extract the apk?
old laptop was fired up and Chrome sync'd and wrecked my bookmarks on my desktop PCs. The bookmarks on my Nexus in Chrome haven't sync'd up to the server yet and contain all the bookmarks I've lost. I'm looking for a way to extract them from my phone and try to port them back to my desktop.
I'm running stock ICS, but I am unlocked and rooted.
I also have a Titanium Backup that should hopefully also contain a valid back up of the data.
I have XTouch X507S it is MTK6577 http:[url]..... and I want to compile AOSP 4.2.2 to it, I've successfully unlocked the bootloader, and ported a TWRP but I want to know how to extract device proprietary files?
So my question is is it possible and if yes how do i "extract" music player from stock ROM to install it on another ROM or even another mobile. Mobile is Huawei u8650, music player is stock Huawei (pink one from GB ROMs). I already tried with .apk file but it doesn't install.
The short version is that I need to be able to extract one specific conversation from the stored text messages on an Android phone, transfer it to a PC, and then convert it into some format that is easily and comfortably readable on a PC.
The background to this is that my girlfriend had kept all of the text messages she had previously received from me; but a couple of weeks ago a rather unpleasant gentleman kicked my front door in (while she and I were both in my house), demanded money, and made off with my wallet and shoulder bag, and my girlfriend's handbag, which contained her phone. A bit scary as you can imagine.... We're both okay, but my girlfriend was a little sad to lose all the messages I'd sent her.
As it happens, I generally keep long-term copies of the texts that I send and receive (not for sentimental reasons, I'm just a bit of a hoarder when it comes to data!) so I've probably still got copies of all of those messages somewhere (my phone didn't get stolen), and I'd like to extract them and give them to her as one of a set of birthday gifts.
1) I need to extract both sides of the conversation (my messages to her and hers to me) into a single file.
2) I need not to extract messages to or from anyone else.
3) Sometimes a number may be in 07... format while other times it may be in +447... format.
4) Girlfriend changed phone number at one point.
5) Messages will be split between my old phone (a Samsung Galaxy S2 which can still connect to wifi or a USB cable, but has no actual phone service any more) and my new one (HTC One).
6) The end result needs to be a single file with everything in chronological order.
7) Girlfriend is extremely non-technical; so the end product has to be something that can be loaded and viewed on a laptop by launching just one file, and it has to be nicely laid out and easily readable when you're viewing it.