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Python support for extract information from android 'apk' package

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# AndroidXMLParser was created by Anthony Desnos and is taken from
# the Androguard Project.
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# Antitree <antitree [at]>
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# algorythm <algorythm [at] gmail /dot/ com>
# Jiejing Zhang <kzjeef [at] gmail /dot/ com> // for package to pip
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# version: 0.0.1
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1. convert apk binary manifest to string manifest.

import axmlparserpy.axmlprinter as axmlprinter

ap = axmlprinter.AXMLPrinter(open('example/binary/AndroidManifest.xml', 'rb').read())
buff = minidom.parseString(ap.getBuff()).toxml()

2. get apk information
import axmlparserpy.apk as apk
ap = apk.APK('_PATH_TO_APK')
print ap.get_package()
print ap.get_androidversion_name()

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