Android Apk decompiler – Online decompile for Apk and Dex Android files
Android loadble kernel module – it is mainly used in the controlled system/simulator on the reverse and debugging.
AndBug – Android debug library
ApkTool – tool for reverse engineering Android Apk files
APK Studio – APK Studio is an IDE for decompiling / editing in a single user interface and then recompiling Android application binaries.
Bytecode-Viewer – A Java 8 Jar and Android APK Reverse Engineering Suite (Decoder, Editor, Debugger, etc.)
CodeInspect – Jimple-based reverse engineering framework for Android and Java applications.
Dedex – Command-line tool for disassembling Android DEX files.
Dextra – dextra utility started its life as a replacement for AOSP’s dexdump and dx-dump, both of which are quite basic and produce rich but unstructured output. In addition to supporting all the features, it also supports a variety of output patterns, specific classes, methods and field lookups, as well as determining static field values. I updated it to support ART
Dex2Jar – Tools that use the android .dex and java .class files
Dexdisassembler – a GTK tool for removing Android DEX files.
Enjarify – Enjarify is a tool for converting Dalvik bytecode to equivalent Java bytecode. This allows Java analysis tools to analyze Android applications.
Fern Flower – FernFlower Java Decompiler
Fino – Android small detection tool
The Introspy-Android -Blackbox tool helps you understand what your Android application does at runtime and helps identify potential security issues.
JD-Gui – fast Java decompressor , easy to read java source code
JEB – Interactive Android Decompiler
Smali_emulator – simulates smali source files generated by apktool, for example, to cancel obfuscation and encryption in APKs.
Strongdb – Strongdb is a gdb plugin written in Python that helps debug Android Native programs. The main code uses the gdb Python API.
Xenotix APK Reverser – an open source Android application package (APK) decompile and disassemble by dex2jar, baksmali and jd-core
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