Can I use img src="file:///data/data/pkg/files/xxx.png" in the webwiew?

by Philip » Wed, 29 Apr 2009 15:04:23 GMT

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Because of some specific reason...

My application has make a copy of the img files form the assets folder
to the /data/data/pkg/files/ folder.

(ps. Actually I hope to copy the files to a cache folder, but anyway,
the data folder is fine.)

I need my webview to access the img file form the data folder.

However, I always get file for this execution.

Can any one tell me how to do this?

If anyother suggestion will be appreciate.

Thankx a lot.

Philip Chen


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