ApkTool 2.4.1 freeware
A tool for reverse engineering 3rd party, closed, binary Android apps. It can decode resources to nearly original form and rebuild them after making some modifications. Although ApkTool can be surely utilized in some unorthodox ways, its development team does not support any illegal activity that may include this particular piece of software. It is intended for various debugging and, implicitly, bug fixing or even feature addition purposes.
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||Decode apk, Build apk, Debug code, Apk, Debugger, Debug, Build|
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|2.4.1||Dec 4, 2019||New Release||Updated baksmali/smali to version 2.3.4
Upgrade to gradle 5.6.2
Added support for Android Q (10) Final. (Issue 2131)
Fixed build issue with JDK9+ because of jmod change. (Issue 2086)
|2.3.4||Jan 16, 2019||New Release||[#1864] Android Pie Support
[#1776] Fixed issue rebuilding applications in aapt2 with $ or _.
[#1809] Fixed process executor to wait for response when identifying aapt versions. (Thanks sunshouxiang)
[#1843] Fixed issue with 0 byte file being detected as not compressed. (Thanks alexeikh)
[#1817] Updated aapt2 builds to latest android_9.0.0_r3 build tag.
[#1889] Align codebase so aapt and aapt2 are built from same code.
[#1884] Upgrade Gradle to v5.0 to fix Java warnings.
|2.3.1||Jan 16, 2018||New Release||Android Oreo Support (8.1) (Issue 1667)
Feature: Advanced --force-manifest for decoding manifest without resources. (Issue 1680) / Thanks rubenanagua
Fixed issue with shorthand SDK versions. (Issue 1630)
Fixed issue with encoding raw font files. (Issue 1662) / Thanks minsko