Droidscript: Transfer files
Below is how I transfer files from my smartphone to my computers. There may be 100 better and faster ways but this method works for me.
An SPK file consists of a ZIPped directory. If you unzip an SPK file, you end up with a new directory (as when you would have un-gzipped a .tgz archive) containing extra directories with all the relevant files.. As you can see below:
An SPK file is just a tarball, without gzip encoding. SPK must be openable in MS Windows.... All in all, it's a clever method to package your files.
APK files are the files you will find in the Google Play store. They contain stand alone programs that do not require a runtime (unless you would call Android itself the runtime environment). Just
unzip package.apkand a full directory tree will be unpacked. Be warned. When you explode an SPK file, the tree is in a second level directory whereas APK files expand all directories in your working directory....
In your APK file may be a 'classes.dex' file. This is a JAVA archive that needs to be exploded by dex2jar. You can then disassemble the jar file. But that's a hell of a job and I would not even try to do it.
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