How to store and retrieve email id and password using SharedPreferences?

by pranav09 » Wed, 20 Jan 2010 02:07:51 GMT


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 Hi all,

I am developing an application which requires to store email id and
password, so that the user can directly redirect to his home page if
the user is already exists. A few day ago i read that
SharedPreferences is used for storing and retrieving the data.

How can i use SharedPreferences concept to store and retrieve data.
Anybody have any idea to do this way? If it is possible by
understanding me through the code because i read that things but i can
not get it properly.

Thanks.



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