Unable to download SQLite database file from Dev Phone

by creativepragmatic » Thu, 11 Mar 2010 00:15:05 GMT

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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 /

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.

Thank you in advance for any help,



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Our company starts today anti-piracy initiative against piracy that
already happened on Android Market. We request all vendors and
developers to support this initiative.

Piracy become a threat for vendors that publishing application on
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Our last application publishing shows how bad is situation on the
Android Market. Only 20% of all installs are legal, other 80% are in
piracy hands.

Google does not provide any actions to stop piracy, so we as a vendor
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protection measures. Piracy is threat that cannot be target easily and
eliminated in one day. Only join of all vendors can help in anti-

ArtfulBits company decide to start from today "Android Anti-piracy
Movement" with main goal: "protect vendors and punish piracy".

Our next steps are:
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due to Google "security holes" in Android Market application
distribution channel;
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- Joining of the software vendors over that problem for finding better
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- Identification of the roots of piracy, that make possible Android
Market software leaking and contribution them to justice.

A little later today we will open "black-list" database of devices,
where was installed stolen version of applications. In addition, we
will provide "easy code" for all developers that can be integrated
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Opened Anti-Piracy forum thread: http://www.artfulbits.com/Support
Petition can be signed here: http://www.petitionspot.com/petitions/androidpiracy

Stay tuned! Thanks.


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