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I want to ask...Is there any way to disassemble a mod file??
I have an application that I need to use for my project in campus, but the computer that has my source-code got stolen, and the only thing left is the application on the device...but i still need to modify it...
so I wondered if there is any way to retrieve the source-code back from the mod file??
anyone can help me??
thank you very much...

Lumierre wrote:I want to ask...Is there any way to disassemble a mod file??
I have an application that I need to use for my project in campus, but the computer that has my source-code got stolen, and the only thing left is the application on the device...but i still need to modify it...
so I wondered if there is any way to retrieve the source-code back from the mod file??
anyone can help me??
thank you very much...
i am not sure about this...
one thing, its not possible to copy the file from the device...
and there is no software available in market which disasembles the code, like in J2ME...
mods would clear it

Lumierre wrote:I want to ask...Is there any way to disassemble a mod file??
I have an application that I need to use for my project in campus, but the computer that has my source-code got stolen, and the only thing left is the application on the device...but i still need to modify it...
so I wondered if there is any way to retrieve the source-code back from the mod file??
anyone can help me??
thank you very much...
i am not sure about this...
one thing, its not possible to copy the file from the device...
and there is no software available in market which disasembles the code, like in J2ME...
mods would clear it

Attach the mod file, otherwise we have no way of knowing if its a legit request.
If its something you don't want to post, you're going to have to figure out a way of proving to us, and the moderators that it is indeed legit.

Attach the mod file, otherwise we have no way of knowing if its a legit request.
If its something you don't want to post, you're going to have to figure out a way of proving to us, and the moderators that it is indeed legit.

charliex wrote:Attach the mod file, otherwise we have no way of knowing if its a legit request.
If its something you don't want to post, you're going to have to figure out a way of proving to us, and the moderators that it is indeed legit.
even if he proves, and its legitimate, do you mean to say that there are ways to disassemble mod files...
is it using softwares or are you saying that qualcomm does it for you...
please clarify...

charliex wrote:Attach the mod file, otherwise we have no way of knowing if its a legit request.
If its something you don't want to post, you're going to have to figure out a way of proving to us, and the moderators that it is indeed legit.
even if he proves, and its legitimate, do you mean to say that there are ways to disassemble mod files...
is it using softwares or are you saying that qualcomm does it for you...
please clarify...

You are trying to disassemble C/C++ binary, there are many efforts (can be found on the net), however it is not an easy problem. As far I know there is no automatic way of reverse engineering C/C++ binary. Theoretically it is possible to manually read the assembly code and then write the C/C++ logic (people have success with it), but that would require you to be highly experienced with ARM assembly code generation etc.

You are trying to disassemble C/C++ binary, there are many efforts (can be found on the net), however it is not an easy problem. As far I know there is no automatic way of reverse engineering C/C++ binary. Theoretically it is possible to manually read the assembly code and then write the C/C++ logic (people have success with it), but that would require you to be highly experienced with ARM assembly code generation etc.

yes there are i've done it myself.

yes there are i've done it myself.

dumparun wrote:i am not sure about this...
one thing, its not possible to copy the file from the device...
and there is no software available in market which disasembles the code, like in J2ME...
mods would clear it
oh...you're right...
I can't copy the mod file from the device...
or maybe anyone know how to copy it??
I really need it, and I can prove that it's legit...

dumparun wrote:i am not sure about this...
one thing, its not possible to copy the file from the device...
and there is no software available in market which disasembles the code, like in J2ME...
mods would clear it
oh...you're right...
I can't copy the mod file from the device...
or maybe anyone know how to copy it??
I really need it, and I can prove that it's legit...

ruben wrote:You are trying to disassemble C/C++ binary, there are many efforts (can be found on the net), however it is not an easy problem. As far I know there is no automatic way of reverse engineering C/C++ binary. Theoretically it is possible to manually read the assembly code and then write the C/C++ logic (people have success with it), but that would require you to be highly experienced with ARM assembly code generation etc.
yaa its a huge effort if someone does it...
well.. i am not sure about how its done...
but considerably mod or c++ dll is considered safe than a jad file :D :p

ruben wrote:You are trying to disassemble C/C++ binary, there are many efforts (can be found on the net), however it is not an easy problem. As far I know there is no automatic way of reverse engineering C/C++ binary. Theoretically it is possible to manually read the assembly code and then write the C/C++ logic (people have success with it), but that would require you to be highly experienced with ARM assembly code generation etc.
yaa its a huge effort if someone does it...
well.. i am not sure about how its done...
but considerably mod or c++ dll is considered safe than a jad file :D :p

Getting the MOD file off is easy. Use BitPim.

Getting the MOD file off is easy. Use BitPim.