making mediastore ignore files?

by Yoni Samlan » Tue, 14 Apr 2009 13:04:35 GMT


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 My app downloads a bunch of .ogg samples to an SD card (5 MB worth, so
it wasn't practical to bundle them inside the apk). The issue: All
100+ .ogg files show up in media playing apps like Music and TuneWiki.
Ew!

Is there a (semipermanent) way to tell the MediaStore not to look in a
particular folder when it scans for media? I know I can just delete
the rows from the MediaStore provider (a la 
 http://www.souvey.com/2009/03/android-development-i/ 
), but then they'd just get picked up at the next rescan.

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