Solution 1 :
These are system services, and are part of the system server.
App services don’t show here.
Note that dropbox service is not related to the Dropbox commercial service.
The way to go to the code would be to simply search for that name on the codebase. If you don’t have AOSP checkout, you can use https://cs.android.com
For your example, this is the code:
Solution 2 :
If you want to check “Services component” in apks.
adb shell dumpsys activity services
dropbox is a system service, and system services are totally different things with service components in apk.
On android, I can see a service running with
# service list | grep dropbox 87 dropbox: [com.android.internal.os.IDropBoxManagerService]
How do I map this to the APK that is serving it?
Comment posted by Breno Leitão
Thanks. How do I know if a service is provided by a system service or by a package (APK)?
Comment posted by Rick Sanchez
That command only shows system services. If you want to query about app services, you may want to use adb shell dumpsys activity services