there's a new decompiler on the block. it targets dex directly, rather than java class bytecode, so it doesn't rely on dex2jar. i'm pleased by it's performance so far, and it's worth checking out: https://github.com/skylot/jadx
- it's mostly a cli, with a simple, "experimental" gui.
- it takes dex or jar files as input
- it can make a control flow graph.
- output is configurable -- you can chose to have "simple" branching, where it wont try to be smart about how it decompiles conditionals and loops. this can actually be much easier to read than jd-gui's pervasive "while(true) //a bunch of stuff" constructs.
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