I've been wanting to develop apps for Android for awhile, but haven't had the time to sit down with a couple of books and actually teach myself Java. I did get an App Inventor invite though and messed around with it. I really like the way it's set up and how easy it is to develop apps. The problem with it that I've found is that you can't go in and look through the code. The apks it creates are usually pretty huge and it asks for weird permissions sometimes that there seems to be no reason for in the app. I created an app that if you press a button it plays a sound. The app wanted to be able to modify the contents of the SD card and have full Internet Access as well as Read Phone state and identity. This seemed absurd for the app. Fortunately I trust the developer if not his dev skills. Anyway, I'm wondering if I can put together an app in App Inventor, have it create the apk and then de-compile it and tweak the source code in Eclipse. I could then see what code is there making the app work which would be extremely useful to me as a learning tool and I could weed out the unnecessary bloat in the app. It's my app so obviously there's nothing illegal here. Is this even possible?