If an APK file does not specify a proper app name in it’s manifest, fall back to the packagename instead of outright rejecting the APK (after downloading it).
Switched to a newer version of the APK Parser library. The old one would choke on some APK files under certain circumstances resulting in Raccoon rejecting them as corrupt after download.
No longer show 3 broken buttons on some app searches.
Changed the device, Raccoon mimics as by default, to a Samsung Galaxy S8.
Return of the commandline! Raccoon v4.2 is a feature release, reintroducing the ability to download and update apps from the commandline. Please note that GUI and CLI mode are mutually exclusive and cannot be run concurrently (only one process can open the database at any given time). Please also note that the CLI is intented for “expert use only”!
App search showed “no results” when trying to search with an expired or otherwise invalid session. Raccoon now automatically reconnects if possible or prompts the user to run the setup wizard again.
Follow up bugfix to 4.1.3.