How to read the jad file property

I am able to read the properties of the my application JAD file. My requirement is that through my application, I will download some other app via OTA, so is it possible to read the file property PPP through my application jad, I downloaded.

you don't know. to download another app ota you need the address of the file jad online. with this you can download and analyze its contents.

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