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Is there a layman's method to view the information regarding the applications you want white listed?
Posted on: 10/18/2011 5:05:46 PM by Richard Baker (Symbol) in Mobile Computing: Android
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You could try the below instead :
1. Connect your device to your PC.
2. Open a command prompt [or a terminal in Ubuntu] and run the below :
adb devices : This should return your devices' id successfully.
$ pm list packages -f > sdcard/pkglist.txt
3. The pkglist.txt in the root of your SDcard is populated with all the .apks installed and their package names.
Just type "pm list packages -f to see the list right there in the window.
Another method, that you can try to see if you can "find" your apk packages is to use DataWedge:
- Launch DataWedge and select "Android Launcher".
- Select Associated apps and them "Menu" and New app/activity
In this list you can find all the application/activity installed on the device.
If the apk has a usefull package name you can find it in the list (for example the RDP lite client has a package name of com.toremote.rdpdemo).