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4 minutes ago, geribaldi said:

Or download jota+ its a very powerfull editor patch it with uret patcher. Enyby dont need to reformatting it if you edit his xml with that.

 

He can send you the beta apk, you can edit and recompile it and send that to him

Uret_Patcher_v1.14.apk

What are smali files? I know xml, db, etc but never heard smali (.so?)

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9 minutes ago, geribaldi said:

Enyby dont need to reformatting it if you edit his xml with that.

 

He can send you the beta apk, you can edit and recompile it and send that to him

Better use xml with proper formatting.

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5 minutes ago, Enyby said:

Better use xml with proper formatting.

 

Maybe its better you upload the xml files here enyby. I dont trust c/p from websites

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On PC copy/paste worked well.

And currently nothing to check.

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@Skullboyq

 

Smali/Baksmali is an assembler/disassembler for the dex format used by dalvik, Android's Java VM implementation. The names "Smali" and "Baksmali" are the Icelandic equivalents of "assembler" and "disassembler" respectively.

 

 

Little example:

 

Old games "anticheat" was to scan for appnames on user phone. If they found "gameguardian" you cant start the game. To crack that you can open a apk and search the smali files for "gameguardian". 

 

Delete this string recompile the app and you can play with gg

 

(Sorry eny for hijack your thread)
 

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How dumb can one be? To rely on such a shit "Anticheat"

 

Sorry from my side too :p

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	<string name="too_many">Too many</string>
	<string name="help_range_search_title">Range search</string>
    <string name="help_range_search">"* Range search:
     1.  Switch to __app_name__ from a game.
     2.  Tap the \"__search_known_value__\" button in the \"__search__\" tab.
     3.  Enter a border search range, separated by \"__tilde__\". For example, to search for values from 100 to 150, enter:
		100__tilde__150
     	To input additional symbols, use the \"__btn_hex__\" button on internal keyboard.
     4.  Select a suitable data type (\"__type_auto__\" if you are not sure) and other options (if needed) and click \"__search__\".
     5.  When finished searching, search result will be displayed in the list.
     6.  Back to the game. After the value has changed, switch to __app_name__ again.
     7.  Repeat range search with appropriate changes.
     8.  If there are too many results, continue to step 6.
     9.  If few results are left, you can try to modify, store or freeze the value.

	The boundaries of the range included in the search results. You can select the type of search \"__not_equal__\" to find all values that do not belong to the range.
	In this search, all values are considered signed.
"</string>

 

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5.  When finished searching, search results will be displayed in the list.
8.  If there are too many results, return to step 6.

8.  If there are too many results, repeat steps 6 and 7.

Either one of those for step 8 would be better.

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<string name="does_not_support">\"__s__\" does not support \"__s__\".</string>

 

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3 minutes ago, Enyby said:

<string name="does_not_support">\"__s__\" does not support \"__s__\".</string>

 

Example?

 

In that form it's right but what do you want to add into the placeholder?

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"Range search" does not support "The value is encrypted".

"Range search" does not support ">".

"Range search" does not support "<".

"Group search" does not support "The value is encrypted".

"Group search" does not support ">".

"Group search" does not support "<".

"Group search" does not support "!=".

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<string name="range_bounds_diff_types">Range bounds must be same type.</string>

 

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38 minutes ago, Enyby said:

"Range search" does not support "The value is encrypted".

"Range search" does not support ">".

"Range search" does not support "<".

"Group search" does not support "The value is encrypted".

"Group search" does not support ">".

"Group search" does not support "<".

"Group search" does not support "!=".

Everything correct.

I'd say does not support encrypted search/ encrypted value search.

But in general it's correct.

 

8 minutes ago, Enyby said:

<string name="range_bounds_diff_types">Range bounds must be same type.</string>

 

What is ment by this?

 

 

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Try search in next "range":

2.0 Float - 10 Dword.

 

Or other incompatible type of bounds.

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16 minutes ago, Enyby said:

Try search in next "range":

2.0 Float - 10 Dword.

 

Or other incompatible type of bounds.

It's correct then.

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