UNIX-like reverse engineering framework and command-line toolset
Has any one had an luck reverse engineering Pebble binaries? Whilst I've had success editing js code in existing applications I've not had any luck with C code. This is not an area I have a lot of experience but it looks like the disassembly support in radare2 might not be complete. I've opened a ticket https://github.com/radareorg/radare2/issues/20002 but thought it worth posting here to see what experiences people had.
This is an archive of the the AutoPebble Pebbble app's code that I'm no longer mantaining.
I'm trying to figure out what is going on with the Tasker pebble app, AutoPebble (https://github.com/joaomgcd/AutoPebble-Pebble-app). The app store version works but a compiled version does not (it shows a screen that indicates the android Tasker plugin is not configured). Other people have had problems (one definitely different to my experience, the other I'm not sure):
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