Accessing android DB(Created by Android media app) using Native code .. !!

by CodePupil » Fri, 05 Jun 2009 03:06:32 GMT


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 Hi Guys,

I need to access media's(which is stored on SDCard) metadata which
android keeps in database file created by its media app. Android
keeps
separate db file for each sdcard at the location /data/data/
com.android.providers.media/databases by associating sdcard id to
filenames e.g. external-<sdcard-id>.db


Now I need to read this db file but due to permissions(rw-rw----) I
dont be able to do that. If I excecute Native code as a root then
Obviously I'm able to access it but when I trigger my Native code
using some UI It's not able to access this db.


Could anybody throw some light on this?
How can I be able to access the db associated to sdcard using Native
code(which is triggerred thru some UI) ?


Thanks!


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