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I have an Android phone which is not rooted.

Is there any way I can obtain/export a list of all installed packages with their available activities?

ADWLauncher has an activity picker in its custom shortcut feature. It lists things like:

Calculator
  Calculator(.Calculator)
Camera
  Camera(.Camera)
  Camcorder(.VideoCamera)
  Camera(.Camera_dual)
  Camera(.VideoCamera_dual) ...

I have apps which generate a list of installed packages, but how can I get something like this showing all the activities?

  • I'm curious what you want to accomplish with this. How does it help you to know what the activity names are in each package? – Daniel Apr 1 '11 at 16:28
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    It's partly curiousity and trying to better understand my phone and the apps. But my larger goal is to use some of these in Tasker programming. – MsLis Apr 2 '11 at 2:44
  • You can use ROM Toolbox -> App Manager -> long click on app -> advanced freeze -> it will show you all registered activities, services, broadcast receivers for that app. – Jared Rummler Aug 4 '15 at 15:31
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You can have a look at all Activities of an app by using QuickShortcutMaker app. It's quite a funny app which can make a shortcut to specified activity of any program, so you can even launch those hidden ones.

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Install Apex Launcher from the Play Store. Open the Widgets and you can find a widget named Activities (with blue Apex Launcher icon). Place the widget in your home screen and open it. You will see the list of all app's activities listed.

Screenshot_Apex_Activites_screen

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I have been using My Android Tools by WangQi on all of my devices for a couple of years.

IMG: App description in this link

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Using it, you can not only find out:

  1. services
  2. broadcast receivers
  3. activities
  4. content providers
  5. databases
  6. and other information

but you can also disable any of those first four entries listed above, within the app.

It'll help you understand some of the inner workings of an app. There is a backup and restore function on the about page.

Always make a backup, for safety.

  • Hello. The link to the app is dead and since the whole post is relevant only because of that app the answer has lost it value. It has to be deleted now. For more information, please visit the meta post here – Firelord Mar 24 '19 at 9:25

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