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Oh, you can still obtain the class files though. So it sorta is because you can read the class file name :3

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Decompile != unzip
When you decompile the files are de- compiled. That's the opposite of compilation, the files are converted from binary to human readable format.


Java doesn't generate binaries, it compiles into a code between source and binary, which will be compiled into binary instructions at runtime. That's why java apps are cross-platform.

Binary to human readable? What do you mean by human readable?! Binary can't be decompiled to original source. If there's need to modifiy binaries, you must learn assembly, but there's no real binary decompilation.

Edited by Sulthekk, 14 February 2012 - 08:36 PM.

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Java doesn't generate binaries, it compiles into a code between source and binary, which will be compiled into binary instructions at runtime. That's why java apps are cross-platform.

Binary to human readable? What do you mean by human readable?! Binary can't be decompiled to original source. If there's need to modifiy binaries, you must learn assembly, but there's no real binary decompilation.

You're baksmaling it not decompilng it. It still produces readable smali code.

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You're baksmaling it not decompilng it. It still produces readable smali code.

I was talking about that all the time: there's no real decompilation.

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I was talking about that all the time: there's no real decompilation.

Sorry quoted the wrong post :P

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I love how we are arguing about correct terminology :D

@Sulthekk
I should have written byte-code not binary, even though technically .dex files are binaries. (every single file is stored as binary :D )
(I wanted to ask this earlier: Sulthekk as in fried fish?

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Java is compiled from text files into class files (and then for android made into dex) according to the java doc, so the opposite of that would be not to disassemble but to decompile. (even if it's not "real")

@FrozenRealm but if you have a dex file you'll still need more than a text editor to view it right? It's not immediately readable to humans as you still need the computer to make it so right?

Edited by brookergray, 15 February 2012 - 08:02 AM.

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Ez egy szóvicc : Sülthekk - Sülthack
Ha valamit eltolok, akkor én leszek a felsülthack :)

That's a hungarian word joke. Hekk is pronounced as hack, and it's a fish. The joke itself can't be translated

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Any update guys..:D

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Any update guys..:D


Dude. Please don't hassle and ask the devs.

Edited by weeo, 16 February 2012 - 08:02 AM.

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Dude. Please don't hassle and ask the devs.

Okay dude:D

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Hey guys, found this..... Method for porting miuiv4 to any device...also in This thread a guy claim to run it successfully on ZTE sKate...I.. ARMv6 CPU...:Dhttp://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1499411

Edited by kamal_saran, 22 February 2012 - 11:23 AM.

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Hey guys, found this..... Method for porting miuiv4 to any device...also in This thread a guy claim to run it successfully on ZTE sKate...I.. ARMv6 CPU...:Dhttp://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1499411

Tilal is gonna release miui for blade tomorrow

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Read thread about ColdFusion

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Read thread about ColdFusion


awesome news bro

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enjoying MIUI v4 on my blade ;)

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Can you post the link of MIUI V4 :) ? please

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Can you post the link of MIUI V4 :) ? please


there is no link, i ported it from MIUI on the skate, tilal6991 will be releasing a version for the blade soon, so i'll leave it to him as it is really his work :)

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there is no link, i ported it from MIUI on the skate, tilal6991 will be releasing a version for the blade soon, so i'll leave it to him as it is really his work :)


Any experiences to share about the rom?

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Any experiences to share about the rom?


very slow, and i did port it to a fully hardware accelerated version of cm9, quite a bit force closing without notification :/ However, these are just the problems of my port, i'm sure tilal6991 will have fixed these issues when he releases his version :)

When it works though its pretty awesome! :D

Edit: and of course themes don't work as that requires a binary lib which we cant use cause its armv7 and we use armv6 :/

Edited by the_crevis, 22 February 2012 - 04:48 PM.

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