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  2. 165
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  3. 2
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  4. 9
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  5. 472
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  6. 3059
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  13. 442
      TMessagesProj/src/main/assets/nekox-indigo.attheme
  14. 69
      TMessagesProj/src/main/assets/v2ray_config.json
  15. 55
      TMessagesProj/src/main/java/org/telegram/ui/Cells/TextSelectionHelper.java
  16. 75
      TMessagesProj/src/main/java/org/telegram/ui/Components/ChatActivityEnterView.java
  17. 71
      TMessagesProj/src/main/java/org/telegram/ui/Components/ChatAttachAlert.java
  18. 45
      TMessagesProj/src/main/java/org/telegram/ui/Components/EditTextCaption.java
  19. 82
      TMessagesProj/src/main/java/org/telegram/ui/DocumentSelectActivity.java
  20. 6
      TMessagesProj/src/main/java/org/telegram/ui/LoginActivity.java
  21. 76
      TMessagesProj/src/main/java/org/telegram/ui/PhotoAlbumPickerActivity.java
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      TMessagesProj/src/main/java/org/telegram/ui/PhotoPickerActivity.java
  23. 65
      TMessagesProj/src/main/java/org/telegram/ui/PhotoViewer.java
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      TMessagesProj/src/main/java/org/telegram/ui/SettingsActivity.java
  25. 20
      TMessagesProj/src/main/java/tw/nekomimi/nekogram/parts/ArticleTrans.kt
  26. 21
      TMessagesProj/src/main/java/tw/nekomimi/nekogram/parts/MessageTrans.kt
  27. 29
      TMessagesProj/src/main/java/tw/nekomimi/nekogram/settings/NekoGeneralSettingsActivity.java
  28. 211
      TMessagesProj/src/main/java/tw/nekomimi/nekogram/transtale/TranslateBottomSheet.java
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      TMessagesProj/src/main/java/tw/nekomimi/nekogram/utils/AlertUtil.kt
  30. 6
      TMessagesProj/src/main/libs/README.md
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      TMessagesProj/src/main/res/values-ar/strings_neko.xml
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      TMessagesProj/src/main/res/values-b+zh+Duang/strings_neko.xml
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      TMessagesProj/src/main/res/values-ru/strings_neko.xml
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      TMessagesProj/src/main/res/values-tr/strings_neko.xml
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# Nekogram
![Logo](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Nekogram/Nekogram/master/TMessagesProj/src/main/res/mipmap-xxxhdpi/ic_launcher.png)
Nekogram is an UNOFFICIAL app that uses Telegram's API.
# NekoX
- Google play store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tw.nekomimi.nekogram
- Update news (English): https://t.me/nekoupdates
- Update news (Chinese): https://t.me/zuragram
- APKs: https://github.com/Nekogram/Nekogram/releases
- Feedback: https://t.me/nekosupportbot
- Feedback: https://github.com/Nekogram/Nekogram/issues
NekoX is an open source third-party Telegram android app.
## API, Protocol documentation
- Google play store: (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nekox.messenger)
- Update news : https://t.me/NekoX-Dev
- Feedback: https://github.com/NekoX-Dev/NekoX/issues
- Chat Group: https://t.me/NekoXChat
- Chat Group (Persian) : https://t.me/NekogramX_Persian
- FAQ: https://telegra.ph/NekoX-FAQ-03-31
- FAQ (Chinese): https://telegra.ph/NekoX-%E5%B8%B8%E8%A6%8B%E5%95%8F%E9%A1%8C-03-31
- [Wall of Shame - Nekogram](https://github.com/Nekogram/Nekogram/wiki/Wall-of-Shame)
Telegram API manuals: https://core.telegram.org/api
## Telegram-FOSS Changes:
MTproto protocol manuals: https://core.telegram.org/mtproto
*Replacement of non-FOSS, untrustworthy or suspicious binaries or source code:*
- Do location sharing with OpenStreetMap(osmdroid) instead of Google Maps
- Use Twemoji emoji set instead of Apple's emoji
- Google Play Services GCM replaced with Telegram's push service
- Has to show a notification on Oreo+, ask Google
- **SECURITY:** Old BoringSSL prebuilts are replaced with the newest upstream source code built at compile time
- **SECURITY:** Old FFmpeg prebuilts are replaced with the newest upstream source code built at compile time
- **SECURITY:** Bundled libWebP is updated
*Removal of non-FOSS, untrustworthy or suspicious binaries or source code and their functionality:*
- Google Vision face detection and barcode scanning (Passport)
- Google Wallet and Android Pay integration
- Google Voice integration
- HockeyApp crash reporting and self-updates
- Google SMS retrieval. You have to type the code manually
*Other:*
- Allow to set a proxy before login
- Added the ability to parse locations from intents containing a `geo:<lat>,<lon>,<zoom>` string
- Force static map previews from Telegram
## Nekogram Changes
- Repeat others' message in one click.
- Save to saved messages in one click.
- Ignore messages from blocked users.
- Forward messages without quoting.
- Create a mention by user's ID.
- Allow non-admin users to view group chat permissions and administrators.
- Select a map preview provider for normal dialogs.
- Promote/restrict user directly from contextual menu clicking on user's message.
- Show user chat history in groups from contextual menu clicking on user's message.
- Delete single downloaded file.
- Customize stickers display size.
- Show and export message details.
- Unlimited favorite stickers.
- Filter chats list: users, groups, channels, bots, admin, unmuted.
- Multi-accounts (up to 8).
- Log in with bot accounts.
- Decide whether to sync contacts on first login.
- Show ID and data center.
- Transparent status bar.
- Change displaying name order.
- Hide mobile number from navigation menu drawer and settings menu.
- Built-in Chinese and Japanese language.
- Use system font and emojis.
- Store cache into app's private directory.
- Hide proxy sponsor channels.
- Toogle to show sensitive media contents in public channels.
## NekoX Changes
- Built-in Vmess, Shadowsocks, SSR, <del>RelayBaton (ESNI)</del> proxies support
- Built-in public proxy list
- Proxy subscription support.
- Proxies import and export, remarks, speed measurement, sorting, delete unusable nodes, etc.
- Scan the qrcode (any link, can add a proxy).
- The ( vemss / vmess1 / ss / ssr / rb ) proxy link in the message can be clicked.
- Allow auto disable proxy when VPN is enabled
- Add stickers without sticker pack
- Sticker set list backup / restore / share
- Full InstantView translation support
- Translation support for selected text on input and in messages
- Delete all messages in group
- Dialog sorting is optional "Unread and can be prioritized for reminding" etc.
- Allow to skip "regret within five seconds"
- Unblock all users support
- Google Cloud Translate / Yandex.Translate support
- Custom cache directory (supports external storage)
- Custom AppId and Hash (optional NekoX / Andorid / Android X or Manual input)
- Custom server (official, test DC or Manual input)
- Keep the original file name when downloading files
- View the data center you belong to when you don't have an avatar
- Proxies, groups, channels, sticker packs are able to shared as QRCodes.
- Force English emoji keywords to be loaded
- Add "@Name" when long press @ user option
- Enhanced notification service, optional version without Google Services.
- Built-in Material Design themes / Telegram X style icons
## How to get Google Cloud Translate Key
https://telegra.ph/google-cloud-trans-key-04-26
## Compilation Guide
1. Download the Nekogram source code from https://github.com/Nekogram/Nekogram ( git clone https://github.com/Nekogram/Nekogram.git )
2. Copy your release.keystore into TMessagesProj/config
3. Fill out RELEASE_KEY_PASSWORD, RELEASE_KEY_ALIAS, RELEASE_STORE_PASSWORD in local.properties to access your release.keystore
4. Open the project in the Studio (note that it should be opened, NOT imported).
5. If you're compiling DEBUG version, make sure your build variants is set to afatDebugMultidex.
6. You are ready to compile Nekogram.
### Specify APP_ID and APP_HASH
## Localization
Fill out TELEGRAM_APP_ID and TELEGRAM_APP_HASH in local.properties
### Build Types
#### Debug
`./gradlew assemble<Variant>Debug`
Nekogram is forked from Telegram, thus most locales follows the translations of Telegram for Android, checkout https://translations.telegram.org/en/android/.
The default debug key is used, and placing yours is not needed.
As for the Nekogram specialized strings, we use Crowdin to translate Nekogram. Join project at https://neko.crowdin.com/nekogram. Help us bring Nekogram to the world!
#### Release
## Contributors
`./gradlew assemble<Variant>Release`
The difference between release and other build types is that it adds fcm and firebase crash analysis, if you don't like them, use releaseNoGcm.
To compile the release version, please place your keysotre at TMessageProj/release.jks, and fill in KEYSTORE_PASS, ALIAS_NAME, ALIAS_PASS in local.properties, environment variables are also recommended
If you don't use NekoX's APP_ID and APP_HASH, you need to register a physical firebase app and replace google-services.json to ensure fcm works
#### Foss
`./gradlew assemble<Variant>Foss`
OK, a version without firebase cloud messaging and precompiled native libraries, maybe this makes you feel more free, or your phone does not have Google services.
To compile the foss version, please refer to [build script](.github/workflows/build.yml).
### Build Variants
Available variant list:
`Full`
`Mini` ( without ss/ssr/v2ray )
## Localization
Thanks goes to these wonderful people ([emoji key](https://allcontributors.org/docs/en/emoji-key)):
Join project at https://nekox.crowdin.com/nekox and https://neko.crowdin.com/ .
<!-- ALL-CONTRIBUTORS-LIST:START - Do not remove or modify this section -->
| [<img src="https://avatars2.githubusercontent.com/u/42698724?s=460&v=4" width="80px;"/><br /><sub>猫耳逆变器</sub>](https://github.com/NekoInverter)<br />[💻](https://github.com/Nekogram/Nekogram/commits?author=NekoInverter "Code") | [<img src="https://avatars1.githubusercontent.com/u/18373361?s=460&v=4" width="80px;"/><br /><sub>梨子</sub>](https://github.com/rikakomoe)<br />[💻](https://github.com/Nekogram/Nekogram/commits?author=rikakomoe "Code") | [<img src="https://i.loli.net/2020/01/17/e9Z5zkG7lNwUBPE.jpg" width="80px;"/><br /><sub>呆瓜</sub>](https://t.me/Duang)<br /> [🎨](#design-duang "Design") |
| :---: | :---: | :---: |
<!-- ALL-CONTRIBUTORS-LIST:END -->
## Credits
This project follows the [all-contributors](https://github.com/kentcdodds/all-contributors) specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!
<ul>
<li>Telegram-FOSS: <a href="https://github.com/Telegram-FOSS-Team/Telegram-FOSS/blob/master/LICENSE">GPLv2</a></li>
<li>Nekogram: <a href="https://github.com/Nekogram/Nekogram/blob/master/LICENSE">GPLv2</a></li>
<li>v2rayNG: <a href="https://github.com/2dust/v2rayNG/blob/master/LICENSE">GPLv3</a></li>
<li>AndroidLibV2rayLite: <a href="https://github.com/2dust/AndroidLibV2rayLite/blob/master/LICENSE">LGPLv3</a></li>
<li>shadowsocks-android: <a href="https://github.com/shadowsocks/shadowsocks-android/blob/master/LICENSE">GPLv3</a></li>
<li>shadowsocksRb-android: <a href="https://github.com/shadowsocksRb/shadowsocksRb-android/blob/master/LICENSE">GPLv3</a></li>
</ul>

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# Pre-compiled binary libraries.
About compilation, please refer to [here](https://github.com/NekoX-Dev/NekoX/update_jni.sh)
About compilation, please refer to [here](https://github.com/NekoX-Dev/NekoX/blob/master/update_jni.sh)

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Emoji files are sprite sheets generated with TelegramEmojiGenerator [1].
They contain visual assets from Twemoji [2].
Twemoji is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International.
[1] https://github.com/thermatk/TelegramEmojiGenerator
[2] https://twitter.github.io/twemoji/

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TMessagesProj/src/main/assets/countries.txt

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1869;KN;Saint Kitts & Nevis;XXX XXXX
1868;TT;Trinidad & Tobago;XXX XXXX
1784;VC;Saint Vincent & the Grenadines;XXX XXXX
1767;DM;Dominica;XXX XXXX
1758;LC;Saint Lucia;XXX XXXX
1721;SX;Sint Maarten;XXX XXXX
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1671;GU;Guam;XXX XXXX
1670;MP;Northern Mariana Islands;XXX XXXX
1664;MS;Montserrat;XXX XXXX
1649;TC;Turks & Caicos Islands;XXX XXXX
1473;GD;Grenada;XXX XXXX
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1284;VG;British Virgin Islands;XXX XXXX
1268;AG;Antigua & Barbuda;XXX XXXX
1264;AI;Anguilla;XXX XXXX
1246;BB;Barbados;XXX XXXX
1242;BS;Bahamas;XXX XXXX
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996;KG;Kyrgyzstan;XXX XXXXXX
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994;AZ;Azerbaijan;XX XXX XXXX
993;TM;Turkmenistan;XX XXXXXX
992;TJ;Tajikistan;XX XXX XXXX
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965;KW;Kuwait;XXXX XXXX
964;IQ;Iraq;XXX XXX XXXX
963;SY;Syria;XXX XXX XXX
962;JO;Jordan;X XXXX XXXX
961;LB;Lebanon
960;MV;Maldives;XXX XXXX
886;TW;Taiwan;XXX XXX XXX
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882;GO;International Networks
881;GO;Global Mobile Satellite
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855;KH;Cambodia
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670;TL;Timor-Leste
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254;KE;Kenya;XXX XXX XXX
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251;ET;Ethiopia;XX XXX XXXX
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228;TG;Togo;XX XXX XXX
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86;CN;China;XXX XXXX XXXX
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51;PE;Peru;XXX XXX XXX
49;DE;Germany
48;PL;Poland;XXX XXX XXX
47;NO;Norway;XXXX XXXX
46;SE;Sweden;XX XXX XXXX
45;DK;Denmark;XXXX XXXX
44;GB;United Kingdom;XXXX XXXXXX
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41;CH;Switzerland;XX XXX XXXX
40;RO;Romania;XXX XXX XXX
39;IT;Italy
36;HU;Hungary;XXX XXX XXX
34;ES;Spain;XXX XXX XXX
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32;BE;Belgium;XXX XX XX XX
31;NL;Netherlands;X XX XX XX XX
30;GR;Greece;XXX XXX XXXX
27;ZA;South Africa;XX XXX XXXX
20;EG;Egypt;XX XXXX XXXX
7;KZ;Kazakhstan;XXX XXX XX XX
7;RU;Russian Federation;XXX XXX XXXX
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1;DO;Dominican Rep.;XXX XXX XXXX
1;CA;Canada;XXX XXX XXXX
1;US;USA;XXX XXX XXXX
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1869;KN;Saint Kitts & Nevis;XXX XXXX
1868;TT;Trinidad & Tobago;XXX XXXX
1784;VC;Saint Vincent & the Grenadines;XXX XXXX
1767;DM;Dominica;XXX XXXX
1758;LC;Saint Lucia;XXX XXXX
1721;SX;Sint Maarten;XXX XXXX
1684;AS;American Samoa;XXX XXXX
1671;GU;Guam;XXX XXXX
1670;MP;Northern Mariana Islands;XXX XXXX
1664;MS;Montserrat;XXX XXXX
1649;TC;Turks & Caicos Islands;XXX XXXX
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995;GE;Georgia;XXX XXX XXX
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993;TM;Turkmenistan;XX XXXXXX
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975;BT;Bhutan;XX XXX XXX
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971;AE;United Arab Emirates;XX XXX XXXX
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966;SA;Saudi Arabia;XX XXX XXXX
965;KW;Kuwait;XXXX XXXX
964;IQ;Iraq;XXX XXX XXXX
963;SY;Syria;XXX XXX XXX
962;JO;Jordan;X XXXX XXXX
961;LB;Lebanon
960;MV;Maldives;XXX XXXX
886;TW;Taiwan;XXX XXX XXX
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882;GO;International Networks
881;GO;Global Mobile Satellite
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855;KH;Cambodia
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691;FM;Micronesia
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689;PF;French Polynesia
688;TV;Tuvalu
687;NC;New Caledonia
686;KI;Kiribati
685;WS;Samoa
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681;WF;Wallis & Futuna
680;PW;Palau
679;FJ;Fiji
678;VU;Vanuatu
677;SB;Solomon Islands
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675;PG;Papua New Guinea
674;NR;Nauru
673;BN;Brunei Darussalam;XXX XXXX
672;NF;Norfolk Island
670;TL;Timor-Leste
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599;CW;Curaçao
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597;SR;Suriname;XXX XXXX
596;MQ;Martinique
595;PY;Paraguay;XXX XXX XXX
594;GF;French Guiana
593;EC;Ecuador;XX XXX XXXX
592;GY;Guyana
591;BO;Bolivia;X XXX XXXX
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508;PM;Saint Pierre & Miquelon
507;PA;Panama;XXXX XXXX
506;CR;Costa Rica;XXXX XXXX
505;NI;Nicaragua;XXXX XXXX
504;HN;Honduras;XXXX XXXX
503;SV;El Salvador;XXXX XXXX
502;GT;Guatemala;X XXX XXXX
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420;CZ;Czech Republic;XXX XXX XXX
389;MK;Macedonia;XX XXX XXX
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386;SI;Slovenia;XX XXX XXX
385;HR;Croatia
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382;ME;Montenegro
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380;UA;Ukraine;XX XXX XX XX
378;SM;San Marino;XXX XXX XXXX
377;MC;Monaco;XXXX XXXX
376;AD;Andorra;XX XX XX
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374;AM;Armenia;XX XXX XXX
373;MD;Moldova;XX XXX XXX
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355;AL;Albania;XX XXX XXXX
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298;FO;Faroe Islands;XXX XXX
297;AW;Aruba;XXX XXXX
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290;SH;Saint Helena;XX XXX
269;KM;Comoros;XXX XXXX
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263;ZW;Zimbabwe;XX XXX XXXX
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251;ET;Ethiopia;XX XXX XXXX
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248;SC;Seychelles;X XX XX XX
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1;CA;Canada;XXX XXX XXXX
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