—step wise method–>
Make a new folder and put .apk file (which you want to decode) now rename this .apk file with extension .zip (eg:rename from filename.apk to filename.apk.zip) and save it..now you get classes.dex files etc…at this stage you are able to see drawable but not xml and java file…so cont…
Now extract this zip apk file in the same folder(in this eg or case NEW FOLDER). now dowmload dex2jar from this link http://code.google.com/p/dex2jar/ and extract it to the same folder (in this case NEW FOLDER)…..now open command prompt and reach to that folder (in this case NEW FOLDER)….after reaching write dex2jar classes.dex and press enter…..now you get classes.dex.dex2jar file in the same folder……now download java decompiler from http://java.decompiler.free.fr/?q=jdgui and now double click on jd-gui and click on open file then open classes.dex.dex2jar file from that folder…now you get class file…save all these class file (click on file then click “save all sources” in jd-gui)..by src name….at this stage you get source…but xml files are still unreadable…so cont…
Now open another new folder and put these files
put .apk file which you want to decode
download apktool v1.x AND apktool install window using google and put in the same folder
download framework-res.apk file using google and put in the same folder (Not all apk file need framework-res.apk file)
Open a command window
Navigate to the root directory of APKtool and type the following command: apktool if framework-res.apk
apktool d “fname”.apk (“fname” denotes filename which you want to decode)
now you get a file folder in that folder and now you can easily read xml files also.
It’s not any step just copy contents of both folder(in this case both new folder)to the single one
and now enjoy with source code…
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VLC is the king of all media… it plays almost anything on any platform, any time, any place. It’s great. Lately, however, I’ve been having issues with VLC skipping whenever I’m playing high-def media streaming over a network.
Fixing the Lagging and Skipping
If the file that is skipping is playing from a local hard drive, choose the “All” settings at the bottom of the dialog to show all of the options, then navigate to Input / Codecs -> Access modules -> File.
The caching value here is set in milliseconds, so setting the value to 1000 will buffer for 1 second (the default is 600, or 0.6 seconds). The problem with setting this option too large is that if you want to manually skip to a new point in the file, there will be a larger lag while the content is buffered again.
If the file you are trying to play is located on a network share, you can navigate to Input / Codecs -> Access modules -> SMB and change the caching value here.
For illustration, I’ve shown the value set to 1 second, but this setting can be used to buffer as much as you want… a cache of 20 seconds would probably eliminate the skipping even over wireless networks.
The next thing you can do is adjust an option that makes a huge difference when dealing with high-def media over a slow I/O connection… browse down to Input / Codecs -> Other codecs -> FFmpeg.
Change the “Skip the loop filter for H.264 decoding” option to All. This option makes playback smoother by slightly degrading the quality of the picture. You can try the other settings first, and only use this as a last resort.
The last setting, although arguably the most important one, is to test using a different video output module. Using the DirectX 3D video output should offload some of the processing onto the video card, but you can test OpenGL or GDI to see if it helps.
It should be noted that at least on my system, Direct3D is the default anyway.
Hopefully at least one of these tips will solve your buffering problems.