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 ...
Is there a database anywhere that has all of the different devices that use the android operating system and what their technical specs are. Mainly screen size, screen density, internal storage, external storage, memory, etc.
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.
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.
How can I view the contents of my databases on the actual phone? I have followed the docs, using the adb and sqlite commands, but while these work fine on an emulator when I'm connected to the device I get a permissions error.
My plan is to prepopulate a database on a virtual device and then include database in the distribution of my app.However, I can't find the database file.Is it on my hard disk some where?How do I get it?I tried connecting using adb, I did an "ls" and then got really scared by this obscure list of directories.
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?
The database file is identified by Dalvik when I insert it via the Dalvik Debug Monitor Server (DDMS), but when I add the database to the project assist it doesn't even upload to the device (as I can see through the DDMS). How to fix it?
I need to store and retrieve data from database when the device is in offline.When i run my application when the device have internet it fetches data and shows it user,but i also need the same output when the device is in offline by saving previously obtained data in database,anyone help me to implement it in my application.
I have trouble with finding my SQLite Database. As we can access the SQLite databases on a running emulator like below: adb -s emulator-5554 shell sqlite3 /data/data/package_name/databases/database_name But what if I am testing my application on real device(HTC Here-Android) ? where does i find my database?
We want to store credentials for a user to a web service so the user doesn't have to repeatedly login, but we're concerned about security. We can't store a hash on the database, but we could probably use JCE encryption locally.
Is the content in SharedPreferences secured on the Android device?
ive been looking for a week now i need some help connecting to a remote database...i want my app to get data out of the database and update the database.ive tried this http://www.helloandroid.com/tutorials/connecting-mysql-database but i dont understand it.
I'm trying to deploy an application with an existing SQLite database.I've been reading though the examples that are posted but they are always missing some part of the class. I feel like I'm trying to bake muffins but no one told me to use baking powder.Can someone post a full database helper class for depoying an SQLite database on Android? Edit : Delete old code because it doesn't work.
I'm currently developing a Field-Service application that stores data in the local sqlite database on an android device. At some point, usually after completing the data collection rounds, the local sqlite db is to be synchronized to a remote sybase db on the server.Any suggestions as to how this could be achieved or engineered as a solution? Or even better, are there alternatives to synchronizing data in such an application?
I want to build my own cloned databases of all or some of the Android native databases like Contacts, Calllogs, Mediastore, Settings, etc. I want to know wheher it is possible and How I can know the database schemas of these databases? Is there any documentation on this?
Can someone explain a couple of very simple concepts to me - I'm interested in mobile devices running android and how they are identified over networks. Some scenarios: Device is connected over WiFi - presumably the device has a standard IP address as with any host and can communicate with any other android host over TCP/IP (assuming it knows the participating device's IP? device is connected over bluetooth - how are devices identified in this case? device is connected over mobile operator's network - this is the one I'm interested in and confused by - is there anyway for two or more devices to discover each other and communicate via the mobile operator's network? How does a device communicate with a backend server in this scenario? In other words, how do apps and devices communicate when not connected to a WiFi network?
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 have developed a sports game which is single player. Now I want to have one more game mode which is multiplayer.
My question is how can i do device to device connection in android using sets of api which can be :
1.Bluetooth - whose APIs are not currently available.
2.gtalkservice - removed from sdk1.0 3.wifi - I dont knw how to connect 2 devices using wifi apis . I have asked about wifi because we have developed a game on iphone which used wifi connection for multiplayer stuff.
Or is there any other apis which can be used for implementation of multiplayer in game ?
How do I map the device Y axis to the screen Y axis?I can't figure this out.I'm the developer of Tricorder, and I'm trying to make it so that the accelerometer and magnetometer indicators I draw always point in the right direction.On the G1 phone with the slider closed, all is well.But when I open the slider, I end up showing that gravity is pulling me to the left (if the phone is held with the display vertical).So, I know that the device, and hence sensor, Y axis is always in the direction of the earpiece; and the screen Y axis changes when I open the slider.And I know that I can use remapCoordinateSystem() to change the device axes to match the screen axes.But where do I find out what the device's orientation is?In other words, how do I compute the correct values for the X and Y parameters to remapCoordinateSystem()?
Configuration.orientation seems quite useless.Suppose it is set to LANDSCAPE.What does this mean?Does it mean a device which is "naturally" portrait (i.e. the sensor Y axis points to the narrow end), and which has been turned into landscape mode?If so, which way was it turned?Or does it mean a device which is naturally landscape?In other words, LANDSCAPE could mean that the screen axis is off from the sensor axis by +90, 0, OR -90 degrees.Not much help.So how do I do this?Obviously I want my app to work on all devices, not just the G1 phone.
I have a standalone GPS enabled data recorder in my car that can function as either a USB host or device. (Its a class 0x00h USB device). I currently connect to it via a WM 6.5 app running on my Palm Treo 750. I would like to port my WM 6.5 app to an Android phone. (I don't have a specific Android phone in mind, I would like it to be as generic as possible).Replicating the GUI is not that difficult, but I am having trouble getting started on the USB communication. I'd appreciate it if someone could point me towards an example, or the appropriate tutorial.
I'm using the android plugin for eclipse, and when I try to run my program using a real device through the android device chooser, my phone is not listed as a device. I have updated eclipse and all of the android packages, but it still isn't showing up. My phone is running 1.6, which is also the target version listed in the eclipse project.Also, the reason I decided to try testing on a real device is because the emulator doesn't seem to be working right anymore when I run my project. The emulator launches, but the program never does. Any ideas?(using windows 7/t-mobile mytouch 3g)
Does anybody have an idea what I may be doing wrong. I have installed the usb drivers and have my device running in debugging mode but when I run my basic hello world application through eclipse my device wont show up in the device chooser. I have also tried re installing the sdk and all the drivers and still no luck.