Seems that what I am about to describe has plagued Droid Incredible users (post from another Android forum). Hoping someone using an Evo on Sprint can share some insight and/or solutions to the issue.
At least twice in the past couple months, all of my text messages (several thousand within dozens of conversation threads) have suddenly disappeared without warning. It basically happens like this: I check or send some texts, check something else on my phone like my email or calender or other routine function, then go back within moments to check or send another text and just like that, my entire text message history is EMPTY. Talk about frustrating!
I have doubled checked my settings and have nothing set that would cause older messages to be purged. Anyone know what may cause this and how to prevent it from happening again? BTW, I also had all my favs as identified in my favs widget totally disappear once (had to re-select each one again). Not sure if this is related, but I thought I mention it.
Can anybody tell me whether android support file with .sqlite extension?how can we add this file to our project.?is it same as .db file?i have one file with .sqlite extension.I need to fetch data from that. i dont understand how to add it.
Is it possible to choose a custom location for the sqlite database file? If possible I want to store the database file in the memory card. And if user switches from one memory card to the other I want my application to use whatever version of the database file available on the card.
Im doing an app which uses sqlite db file in assets folder, There is a screen in my app having a button 'check for update'. Client has given me an URL link to update db file(which gives a sqlite file). When user clicks on the button i need to upgrade the old db file with new db file from URL.
I am developing an application that periodically sends information to an external server.I make a local copy of the data being sent, for backup purposes.What is the best option to store the data in terms of saving battery life? Each data submission is a serialized object (the class has 5 fields, including a date, numbers and strings) of about 5K-10K.Any other idea?
As the title, I create a ByteArray to store the file in blob like this: byte red_buf = myCursor.getBlob(1);And I wanna use FileOutputStream to open.But I don't know how to do. Can anyone give me a example or website please?
I have a database that I have already populated locally. I want to bundle it with my applications and access it at runtime (never want to re-write it anywhere, nor write to the database, simply read). What is the path of a file that I have added to the bundle? And, can i use that path with a SQLiteDatabase.openDatabase ?
I have seen other posts similar to this one but none of the solutions listed work for me. When I use the following command: adb pull /data/data/com.mydomain.myappname/databases/MyDatabase.db / home/me the following error results. failed to copy '/data/data/com.mydomain.myappname/databases/ MyDatabase.db' to '/home/me/MyDatabase.db': Permission denied I have no problems with the emulator. I am using a Dev Phone 2.
I am trying to inject a long text entry into a SQLite database, in a TEXT field. This text has new lines in it (i.e. it spans multiple paragraphs). I can get the new lines to show up if I do the INSERT manually:
INSERT INTO "LOGENTRY" VALUES(5,40,'PLACE','line1 line2 line4 ',1283990533315,'4A','TEXT','',NULL);
but if I have the equivalent text in a CSV file and attempt to .import it into the table, I get an error that it's expecting more columns than exist (as soon as the new line is encountered, the program assumes it's the end of the input and thus it's missing columns). Is this possible? Or is the only way to manually do each INSERT?
I've read the lame documentation, and checked other answers.I'd like my Android app to print some debug statements in the logcat window of Eclispe. If I use the isLoggable method on the various types of debug levels on the Log class, I find that WARN and INFO are returning true and Log.i do not produce any output.Does anyone know which gotchas I've missed?And just to vent, why should this be hard? I've published apps for iphone and bberry and while appreciate the use of java, the platform is reeking of too many "genuiuses" being involved. I suppose Activities and Intents are very flexible, but why? I just want to put up some screens, take some input and show some results. The bberry pushscreen and popscreen is a lot less pretentious.
I am storing a pre-created database file and an xml file in my dropbox ( for storage ) I would like to be able to read the xml file and if the version is different download the new database file and replace it on the sd card.