How to discover intent names within an existing Android application? (specifically Facebook)

I have a Samsung Galaxy Nexus Android phone and for whatever reason the Facebook app's menu UI is missing. This means I cannot get to the Settings screen. I figure I can start the intent from my own app, but how do I find the intent name? I've looked in the APK, but the manifest appears to be compiled into a binary format.

Does anyone know the intent name for the Facebook settings activity?

How can I get a list of the intents in an APK?

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The Facebook app's manifest includes:

<manifest android:versionCode="4130"

<activity android:label="@string/home_settings"
android:name=".SettingsActivity" />

I've got this in my code:

public void goToFacebookSettings(Context context) {
    Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW);

But this fails with:

java.lang.SecurityException: Permission Denial: starting Intent
{ act=android.intent.action.VIEW cmp=com.facebook.katana/.SettingsActivity }

Is this an inherent limitation, or can I comply with the security requirements in some way?


<activity android:label="@string/home_settings"
android:name=".SettingsActivity" />

This activity doesn't declare any intent-filters. It also doesn't have the android:exported attribute set to true. Which means it can only be launched by the Facebook app or an app that has the same user ID since it's considered for app-internal use only.

See the android:exported attribute documentation for more information.

Since this is for your personal use, you might be able to edit that attribute into the manifest and rebuild the application (also using apktool).

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