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:

  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
    Commented Apr 1, 2011 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
    Commented Apr 2, 2011 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. Commented Aug 4, 2015 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.


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.


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