Just drag and drop your ARSC. Now count till three. Your ARSC is decompiled and is ready for download. Don’t worry, decompilation quality will be best in class.
We store your ARSCs only for for a very short duration for decompilation and then delete the files. We do not store any of your ARSCs.
Our web based ARSC decompilation works on all platforms including mac, linux, ubuntu, windows 7, windows 8 and windows 10.
No learning curve as our decompiler is the simplest ARSC decompiler available on the web.
We support all types of ARSC so that you really don't have to worry about anything.
Our ARSC decompilation use cloud technology for decompilation. You do not have to install anything on your machine for this decompilation to work.
Appscms.com provides best in class ARSC decompilation, providing most accurately decompiled classes. Here is how to decompile ARSCs using Appscms.com
Upload your ARSC for decompilation.
Wait for a moment as we decompile your ARSC.
And your decompiled ARSC is ready for download.
When your .ARSC file is decompiled, it is not in the exact source code form. You will see a lot of .dex file hooks and in general it is not an exact android project that an IDE can recognise and import. You can use any normal editor to read the code and understand to make changes. These are the normal changes in the decompiled .ARSC file.
As an android developer you may require to decompile .ARSC file to get actual source code. Like if you saw an app with awesome design and you want to know how to implement that design in your project. For that, and many such curious legit reasons you may need to decompile an .ARSC file.
For this you need three types of tools : Tool to work with android .dex and java .class files. A tool for reverse engineering Android .ARSC files. A Java decompiler tool to decompile and analyze Java 5 “byte code” and the later versions. With the help of these three you can easily do your work.
They are indeed different. Where an .ARSC file is the collection of all the android application related files in compressed format; the .dex file in the .ARSC file is the compressed file which is made up of all the Java classes in the application code. They are different from each other but still related to each other.
Yes, decompiling an .ARSC file gives you it’s Java source code.
Here there can be many reasons. But mainly there is one common repeated reason for that. The decompiled code does not compile correctly because the compiler performs many irreversible changes to the code. Which causes the compiled code to appear with errors at the end.
It’s quite easy to import decompiled code into Eclipse; once you download the decompiled files, extract them to a folder on your computer. Now, open up Eclipse and go to the following path : File -> New -> Project. There choose ‘Android project’ from the New project window. And hence you will be able to import the decompiled code into Eclipse.
All the software programs mentioned in the blog post of ‘Best .ARSC decompiler’ are eligible to use as a decompiler for .ARSC files. You can choose any best suiting for you from that list as they are our main recommendations.
All applications for Android phones are distributed as ARSC Files. These files contain all the code, images and other media necessary to run the application on your phone. This website will decompile the code embedded in ARSC files and extract all the other assets in the file.
Yes, decompiling an .ARSC file is absolutely legal. As decompiling gives you only the source code; there is no illegal thing in knowing what you use. But, after obtaining the source code what you do with it is something considerable for legal actions; otherwise it’s legal.
Appscms ARSC decompiler supports all versions of Windows including Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
Yes. We use most sophisticated best in class algorithms for decompilation, and provide highest quality of output for ARSC decompilation.
You can use Appscms' ARSC decompiler online for free.
All types of android apps are supported by Appscms's decompiler.