Android :: Access Html Files In Sdcard Using Commands

Sep 21, 2010

Some html files are in my sd card. I am using qualcomm surfs. By using adb shell commands or "adb shell am start -n com.android.browser/.BrowserActivity file://sdcard/example.html" how can i access or open that html files. Is there any method for accessing sd card files.



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Android :: How To Open One Html File From Sdcard In Emulator / Do It In Desktop

Oct 5, 2010

I have push one html page on my sdcard in emulator. how can I see it and can run it as we do in the desktop?

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Android :: Load Html Page Saved In Sdcard On Droid?

Nov 10, 2010

I saved some html pages in sdcard. so , i want to display those pages through webview . can any help to do this task?

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Android : HTML 5 Camera Access?

Aug 8, 2010

I could have sworn I saw this demoed at Google IO this year.

1) In Google Buzz, a new post is written. 2) There is a button to add a photo taken from the camera 3) The native camera app is launched and the user takes a picture. 4) Taken back to the browser where the photo is attached to the Buzz and posted.

However, I can't find any more information on this... it doesn't currently seem to be in the live version of Buzz, but I'd at least like to see some documentation on how to do it. Anyone know anything?

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Android :: System User Cannot Access - Sdcard

Jan 31, 2010

I have a Java-JNI-App which must run in 'system' user mode, but once switch to that, my App then cannot access /sdcard.

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Android :: Save Files On Sdcard?

Aug 9, 2010

"Every Android-compatible device supports a shared "external storage" that you can use to save files. This can be a removable storage media (such as an SD card) or an internal (non-removable) storage. Files saved to the external storage are world-readable and can be modified by the user when they enable USB mass storage to transfer files on a computer." PROBLEM: I cannot write to a file on the sdcard. QUESTION: Is it possible to write to a file on the sdcard?

If YES, what do I need to do to make File.canWrite = true? I am using Android 2.1 update 1, API level 7, Eclipse, and HVGA skin. I am running my app / troubleshooting on the Android SDK ADV. When the AVD is running, I check settings > sdcard total 49.21MB, available 49.07MB................

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Android : Cant Read TXT Files From SDcard

Apr 29, 2010

When I run the code bellow in the virtual android (1.5) it works well, TextSwitcher shows first 80 chars from each txt file from /sdcard/documents/ , but when I run it on my Samsung Galaxy i7500 (1.6) there are no contents in TextSwitcher, however in LogCat there are FileNames of txt files.

My Code:...................

And I am able to write contents of those files though LogCat!

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Android :: Can I Download An SQLite Db On / Sdcard And Access It From Droid App

Jun 28, 2009

I already found out that there is no way to bundle files in an .apk and have them on /sdcard, the best option so far being to download the large files upon first run. I came accross a tutorial saying how to bundle an sqlite db with the apk and then copy it so that it can be accessed with SQLiteDatabase (thus doubling the space needed, and not using /sdcard at all).

http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/data/data-storage.html#db says all databases MUST be in /data/data/package_name/databases.

Is that really so? Is there a way to trick the framework into opening a database that is placed on the /sdcard partition? Is there a way to use another SQLite java wrapper/framework to access such databases?

If the answer to the above is 'No', what other options do I have? My data is very well represented in a relational model, but is just too big, plus, I want to be able to update it without the need to reinstall/upgrade the entire app.

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Android :: Ebook Reader For HTML Files

Jun 6, 2010

Does an ebook reader exist for Android yet that will open HTML files? I can't find one.

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Android :: Loading JS / CSS Files In Assets Within HTML

Jul 8, 2010

I'm loading html into a webview from my assets folder, works no problem. In my second experiment I've loaded HTML from a database (after pulling from remote source) and displayed in a webview (also no prob). Now I'm trying to change the baseref inside the html to have all JS and CSS references point to source files under assets. This part doesn't seem to work. I get warnings from the web console that it can't load these files due to security issue.

Now I've resorted back to a content provider and overriding openFile (and setting base ref with content://...) but now I'm hitting another problem with the JS and CSS files in assets being compressed. Can load html from assets but loading JS, CSS from within that HTML is another story. Before I dig deeper, am I over-complicating this?

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Android :: Provide Security For SDCARD Files

Aug 26, 2010

In my application 'x' there is a download manager which downloads a.mp3,b.mp3 and stored in the /sdcard /x/a.mp3.How to provide the security only my application can access the downloaded files not to the other applications?Is there any API provided by android or any other solution?

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Android :: How To Search For Files On Phone Sdcard Or Else Where

May 1, 2010

I want to search for files on the users mobile with specific extensions.I tried searching but could not find any direct API's. Is there a specific API's or is there tedious way of achieving the same.Or is there a mechanism to call linux calls for find or something similar

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Android :: Organizing Files On Sdcard Into Directories

May 27, 2010

I have images uploaded on the simulated sdcard on my emulator. I downloaded them from the browser, using the long-click on each image.

When I look at the file explorer in the DDMS perspective, I see that they are in the directory sdcard/download.

Now if I want to download some audio files and use them in an app to, say list the title of all audio files, will they go in the same directory? (I am trying to push the audio files manually from my computer to the emulator).

This doesn't seem right. Shouldn't the media files of different types (pictures, audio, video) go into different directories?

Also, thinking this through a little, how is something like this related to the physical directory on the sdcard?

Uri mMedia = android.provider.MediaStore.Images.Media.EXTERNAL_CONTENT_URI;

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Android :: How To Get Media Files Stored In Sdcard?

Jun 25, 2009

I want to show the list of media files (.mp3, .mp4...etc) available in sdcard. How can I do this?

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Android :: How To Import Files Into Sdcard On Emulator?

Mar 24, 2010

I want to load some photos into my sd card image in the emulator. how to do this by command prompt.how to do that?

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Android :: Need To List Available Files In Device Or SDCard

May 24, 2010

I am new to android. I need to list available files in device or SDCard in the android emulator 1.5.

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Android :: How To Access HTML Form Data POSTed Through A WebView?

Aug 31, 2010

I've started to write an app which provides the user with an HTML form via a WebView. As the form is not under my control, the data filled in may be sent as either GET or POST request. My app is required to capture the transported form data, that is, get a hold on what was entered into the form fields. Using an adequate callback from WebViewClient such as onPageLoaded(), it is easy to capture form data from a GET request. However, I cannot find any appropriate method to allow the same for POSTed data, i.e., be able to access the HTTP POST message body containing the form data. Am I missing a relevant callback here or is there simply no way to accomplish the specified goal with the given API (even the latest level 8)?

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Android :: Local HTML Files Displayable Application

Nov 1, 2010

Due to my little knowledge in Java programming, I've wondered if I'm able to display local html files in my application? (And when yes could you please give me a reference.)

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Android :: Application That Can Read And Write Txt Files To SDCard

May 3, 2010

I have an application that can read and write txt files to the phones sdcard. By using this code for reading files:

@Override protected void onListItemClick(ListView l, View v, int position, long id) { super.onListItemClick(l, v, position, id); mFileNameOpen = files.get(position);
String st = null; mVector.clear();
notepad.mNewEmpty = false; try { File f = new File(Environment.getExternalStorageDirectory()+"/ notepad/"+mFileNameOpen); FileInputStream fileIS = new FileInputStream(f);
BufferedReader in = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(fileIS));
do { st = in.readLine();
mVector.add(st);
}while(st!=null); in.close(); ...
} catch (FileNotFoundException e) { e.printStackTrace();
} catch (IOException e) e.printStackTrace();

and this to write them:
try { File root = Environment.getExternalStorageDirectory();
File fileCheck = new File(root, "/notepad/" + fileNameSave + saveExtension);
boolean exists = fileCheck.exists();
if (!exists) { if (root.canWrite()) { File textFile = new File(root, "/notepad/" + fileNameSave + saveExtension);
FileWriter textWriter = new FileWriter(textFile);
BufferedWriter out = new BufferedWriter(textWriter);
out.write(SAVEAS); out.close(); written = true;
} else { written = false; else { written = true; showMaybe = 1; showDialog(DIALOG_SAVE_EXISTS);
catch (IOException e) {Log.v(getString(R.string.app_name), e.getMessage());

This has been working fine on my Tattoo and all the emulators I've tried this on. But it does not seem to be working on moto droid. Is there something different to consider with moto droid? Or have I missed something in the manifest maybe?

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Android :: Package Binary Files With APK - And Copy Them To Sdcard

Feb 18, 2010

I have 2 binary files that i would like to package with my apk. (/res/raw) i need to copy these 2 files to /sdcard when the application is run. how can i do this?

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General :: SDcard Or Android Creating Unwanted MP3 Files?

Sep 28, 2012

I cannot play my mp3s without one or two songs repeating over and over, before going to a new song, then the player goes back to the same repeated ones. I noticed that extra files are being created continuously in the mp3 folder. Even if I make a play list the player still manages to go back to these invader files. Is that a micro sd card or android issue. I first notice it after I install ics on my SGS I9000. Now I am JB (I9300OXADLI8).

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Android :: Access Larger Files - More Than 1 Mb Plist Files - From Assets Folder

Nov 4, 2010

I am working on an android app. Where i need to parse some plist files from assets folder. I do understand how to use assets in android but now problem is that file sizes are more than 1MB and so android gives error Data Exceeds UNCOMPRESS_DATA_MAX (2183588 vs 1048576). how to access such larger files from assets? Also I cant reduce a file into small buffers because i am just sending it to "DocumentBuilder.parse(in)" as a whole so can not use buffer. The error is on line: Document doc = db.parse(in).

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Android :: Adding Bookmark To Saved HTML Files In Browser

Nov 20, 2009

I wanted to be able to use my Google bookmarks on my Droid. I found a program that imports them to the phone, but it replaces everything and I didn't want all those bookmarks in my browser. I exported my Google bookmarks to a HTML file and stored it on my SD card in the download folder and named it bookmarks.htm. I then went into the Droid browser and typed the following URL: content://com.android.htmlfileprovider/sdcard/download/bookmarks.htm

I then created a bookmark of the link.

Now, I open my browser, click on the bookmark, and all my Google Bookmark sites are displayed as links in order listed under their categories.

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Android :: Way To Store Recorded Files In Hidden Form Apart From SDcard?

Aug 4, 2010

Can we able to store recorded files in hidden form apart from SDcard in android.It should be shown only to particular user and third party should not open the recorded files(ie-songs,images,messages)

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General :: Recover Lost Files From Internal SDCard Of Android Phones

Mar 12, 2014

Today android phones are coming with an internal storage which is called the internal sdcard. Because of this the need for external sdcards is vanishing day by day. But when your phone is factory reset you lost all the data stored in it while in case of external sdcard you have an option to save your data. If you accidently lost all the data stored in your phone then don't worry I have a solution to get it back. This trick will work on phones having mass storage mode support, if you are running android 4.1 jellybean and above then root your phone to get mass storage( the tutorial is different for different phones),

If you have accidently lost all your files, photos and videos from your phone then after this do not copy new files to the phone. This also include clicking photos and capturing videos. If you copy new files to the phone then you are actually reducing your chances to get back your deleted photos and videos and other files. In short just don't download anything to your phone, do not use the internet on your phone till the time when you get back your lost files back.

This trick will only work on android phones having mass storage mode and MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) options. If your device is rooted then you can enable mass storage mode on your android phone. After enabling mass storage mode you can get back deleted photos, videos and all files from the internal storage of any android phone.

Requirements
1. Recuva for Windows 7, Windows 8
2. A USB data cable.

Now Follow The Steps Below
-Download and install recuva. While installation do not uncheck any option.
-Now connect your android phone in mass storage mode. Connect it to pc a notification will appear in the phone, tap it to enable mass storage.
-Now open My computer and you will see Removable disk.
-Open recuva and click Next, on the next step All Files will auto selected. Again click Next. Then choose In a specified location and click Browse.Choose the removable disk or MTP disk here and click Next.
-In next step put a check mark in Enable Deep Scan and click Start.
-After scan is finished you will see the list of all deleted files. Green circles is means that file can be recovered while red circle means unrecoverable file.
-Now check the box next to Filename to select all files. Click Recover on the bottom right and choose Desktop .Your deleted files will be recovered.

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HTC Magic :: Error Deleting Files - Sdcard

Dec 10, 2009

Currently I am having an issue with my SD card storage.

It started when iMusic told me i was out of space, on a 4gig SD card when i had mayb 5 songs on the phone!

So i went to my astro manager file manager to delete some files just to see. i keep getting "error deleting files" on anything i try to delte, ive taken the card out rebooted etc etc.

It makes me think the card may be locked? as its not even letting me save anything to it now.

Should i just root the dang thing to avoid problems like this?

I can delete files by going into the generic "music" app and long touching the song and selecting delete.

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HTC Eris :: Can I Move Files From Sdcard To Computer Using Adb?

Jul 27, 2010

My phone is stuck in a bootloop, I tried flashing new roms, wiping everything, even doing a nand restore, still stuck. I want to wipe my sdcard too but I don't want to lose anything, is there any commands that allow me to push everything from my sdcard to my computer?

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HTC Droid Eris :: Move Files To My Sdcard

Jul 2, 2010

I wanted to put the droid x keyboard on my eris which folder would i put it in? i downloaded the apk from my laptop and im not quite sure where to put it

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HTC Desire :: Phone Or Reader To View And Access Contents Of Sdcard?

Aug 6, 2010

I know there are already alot of apps to protect the phones and its contents BUT is there anything stopping a thief from simply taking out the sdcard and putting it in another phone or reader to view and access the contents of the sdcard? If you plan on storing personal info on the card, whether it'd be photos / files etc It would be really good to know that even if the sdcard is taken they still cannot access the info. I would've thought this is a pretty common request. something like trycrypt or storage crypt for the microsd card would be really good.

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General :: Write Only Access To Internal / External SDCard On Kitkat

Jun 2, 2014

I am using a mt6582m device with kitkat 4.4.2 with supersu. I can use root to write to system, data and cache using es file explorer, can also read and write to any sd card, but apps like titanium backup, online android backup, ram expander can't read/write to sd card.

Eg.1: ti backup read backups, can do all operation except backup and restore.
I had read a lot, changing backup path didn't worked nor any odex file is there. Using v6.1.5.6.
Eg. 2: ram expander can create swap file on sd but can read it saying 'not found'. Swap can be used with cache partition.
Eg. 3: online nandroid backup says pat not vaild.

I had tried, sd fix app, manually editing platform.xml, xposed module to 'handel external storage', change permissions using es file explorer, editing ramdisk.

There is storage/sdcard0 and 1
Also mnt/sdcard and mnt/sdcard2 (symlinked)
Also mnt/media_rw/sdcard0 and 1 (not readable even in es file explorer)

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