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If it's just the APK files, you could use the getapk script provided in the tools/ directory of my little helper Adebar, calling it e.g. with getapk user to retrieve all user-installed apps. You won't be interested in system apps, but for completeness: $ getapk getapk Extracting APK files from a connected device. getapk lets you extract a single app's APK, ...


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Sounds like you may have booted up in SAFEmode on your Android device. When you boot into SAFEmode all 3rd party apps are organically disabled to allow for more accurate troubleshooting of the device. You will know that you are in SAFEmode by looking at the bottom left corner of the device, If it reads SAFEmode than that would be your issue. In the event ...


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Large services like Facebook have own servers for web-site and mobile apps. Other services have one (API) server for both. Therefore there can be a relationship between the server of the website and the server used by the Android app but does not have to be. The large services even have multiple servers distributed around the world that share the same DNS ...


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Yes, you can do it on your phone alone. I use HttpCanary App with root access. It works without root as well but only a few apps that don't use certificate pinning.


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But it's said in their TOS. Please refer it here.


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