How to store information in android setting menu

by kavitha b » Wed, 16 Jun 2010 16:03:43 GMT


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 Hi Nishanth,,

you can store that file either in sdcard or context cache,,and retrieve it
whenever required back.

Thanks
Kavitha




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How to store information in android setting menu

by Nishant Kumar » Wed, 16 Jun 2010 16:07:16 GMT


 Hi,
 I  want to see the information stored in the file by browsing my android
phone.

How can I do that?

Moreover, is it not possible to create my own setting menu inside android
setting menu ? This will store information about my application

Thanks,
Nishant





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How to store information in android setting menu

by Mark Murphy » Wed, 16 Jun 2010 18:45:33 GMT


 


No, you cannot modify the Settings application, except by compiling
your own firmware. You can use the same UI structure as the Settings
application -- take a look at PreferenceActivity.

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