This free online tool allows you to decompile Android app code into human readable dalvik byte code





Note: This tool is completely client-based and all processing is done on your device. That means your files are not transferred to the server.

If you you're an Android enthusiast that likes to learn more about Android internals, I highly recommend to check out the Bugjaeger app. It allows you to connect 2 Android devices through USB OTG and perform many of the tasks that are normally only accessible from a developer machine via ADB directly from Android phone/tablet.

What Inormation Can You Extract From APK

You can completely disassemble the dex files inside of APK and extract various information including the following

  • package names
  • class names
  • public/private methods
  • dalvik bytecode/instructions
  • hardcoded strings

You Want Other Features or Something Is Not Working

In case something wasn't working, or you would like to have some other features, send me an email roman@sisik.eu.

I'll try to fix bugs and add requested features, if possible.

Useful links

If you want to get additional information about Android's APK files, check out my APK Analyzer tool.

If you you're an Android enthusiast or developer that likes to learn more about Android internals, I highly recommend to check out the Bugjager app. It allows you to connect 2 Android devices through USB OTG and perform many of the tasks that are normally only accessible from a developer machine via ADB directly from Android phone/tablet.

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Sixo Apps

If you're curios about the technical aspects of Android or you like image & video processing apps, you might find something interesting amongst the apps that I've published on Google Play