Android :: Copy SQL Lite Database To Device - And Not Emulator
Jun 19, 2009
I have an SQL lite database that I am trying to copy to the device. I was able to copy it to the emulator easily using DDMS however with the protection in the device, I cannot access the database files from the DDMS perspective.
I read many attempts here but couldn't find an easy solution.
Is there any way to attach the database (let's say named 'proj') and replace the currently created database proj in he device files?
I have a app in development. It write data to a SQLite database. I've tested the app on my NexusOne over the weekend and have a bunch of data now in the database. I'd like to copy the database off of the phone and onto my dev machine.
I've tried to use adb pull <path to mydatabase> <path to my local machine> but it gives me a Permission Denied error.
I've just start to study Android. But I have no linux PC & Android phone. I just using Emulator on Windows OS.
Now, I wanna try to use Sql lite & Contents provider on Android. Can I test sample code on Emulator without Linux? Some people say that I should build Android on Linux ad make Image for Emulator. Then test on Emulator on windows. Is it right? or Can emulator works alone?
I have developed and tested my app on the emulator, and now want to install it on my HTC device. the apk installs successfully, however my database is not going with it. I have created my database using sqliteman browser b/c I have to insert a bulk data before the app starts. I have four tables in my db and call each in different activities and created all on the sqliteman. after the data is inserted I pull back the db onto the data folder of the emulator. it works perfect on the emulator but failed on the device. when I try to pull my db on the real device, it shows access denied problem
I want to hide some info (encryption keys) in a private area. I know there are a lot of threads on the topic and from what i can tell - it basically comes down to - there's no security just kidding. It seems like the data you have in your private area /data/data/com.company.product/files is only accessible to your application, so it would be sufficient to store anything (like encryption keys for example) in just plain text files there if you wanted. the big drawback of doing this though is that a "rooted" phone would be able to access that area -- therefore, no security. does "copy protection" solve this problem? if I "copy protect" my .apk bundle, I know that that makes it so that it cannot be seen by "rooted" phones in the Android Market, but what about if the .apk bundle got out in the wild (i.e. posted on some website, not via market). Would a "rooted" phone then be able to grab and install the .apk file (and ultimately gain access to the app-private area)? Could someone install the copy protected .apk file in an emulator?
I have some information generated in the Android Emulator, and the only way I can see to get it out is using the Log class.
However, you cannot copy-and-paste from the DDMS log window. This is really annoying as I cannot use the information in another application, for example, without retyping it.
Is there a better way to get debug information out of the emulator? What happens when you write more complex applications? What do you do when you need to verify it is writing correct information to URLs, databases, files etc?
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I'm testing an application I'm working on and I wanted to delete the database my application creates so I could read all the data from my web server back in to a fresh one.
I launched adb, went to data/data/my.applicaton.package/databases and did a "rm mydatabase". This deleted the database (note: I've done this many many times before without a problem).
I launched my application again and, to my surprise, a new database wasn't created. Even more surprising is there was data in my application. My application is still pulling the data from some where! It gets a Cursor from my database and uses a CursorAdapter to populate the list. So, it is obviously reading from a database (seemingly a cached one?).
I'm working on an Android application that stores data in a SQLite database. My question is, where does this database file get stored on the filesystem when you're using an emulator?
I have seen that it's stored in /data/data/package_name/databases
But I need to know where on my local machine's hard drive that actually maps to. The database persists on multiple runs of the emulator, even after having shut down the machine, so it can't just reside in RAM...
I have noticed that some apk's that cost money on android market are available to download from some torrent sites for free. I don't think many of the developers here enjoys that very much. So my question is if there are ways in Android to get around this so that you can't copy a program from device to device?
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I new to android developer. how connect mysql web server database in android emulator. my web application database is connect by hibernate in struts2 application. so please help me and send some code for struts and android application code.
I am using a db file and trying to access that file thru emulator it works perfectly fine but when i run the same app on device i get the error of no such table when i checked the path also it gives the right path and also the status of database open flag it returns true not able to guess what i am i doing wrong i have changed the permissions of database folder also for the emulator still no luck for that reason i wanted to check the folder of device are the db files present ...
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I need to view the contents of my app's database on my device.I have read you can copy the database off the phone using 'adb pull' but I really have no idea how to issue this command, or where to find the database on the phone.