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Okay. Here is my question. There are some tweaks and applications out in the jailbreak community such as flex that are somehow able to read the libraries within an app and tweak them...this helps me greatly as I am a beginning staged developer and to see the way successful apps parsed their data and what not is really interesting. I want to know how far can this go?Flex can read a lot about the structure of an app. Can we go past the headers and actually see what was written to make th app work? This sounds too good to be true in terms of development and jailbreak knowledge...but I didn't even know we could get to the headers of the libraries such as flex. So...any knowledge on this subject would be new to me and greatly appreciated. Thanks!!

asked 05 Jan '14, 04:26

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I don't think you can decompile an app just like that, sure you can find a lot about the structure but I don't think you'll be able to get all the header and implementation files and just look what they're doing.

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answered 05 Jan '14, 04:29

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edited 05 Jan '14, 04:29

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