Settings application

by Abhinav » Sat, 17 Apr 2010 06:16:27 GMT


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 I was exploring the settings application in android and found that the
system settings were getting stored in two places, one in settings.db
database and the other in settings_preferences.xml file

Most of the settings are persisted in the database while a few are
persisted in a shared preferences file.

Any idea why this is done? Why not persist everything in the database?

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Settings application

by Dianne Hackborn » Sat, 17 Apr 2010 06:26:50 GMT


 Settings are stored in a lot of different places, depending on what they
are.  It is done for access control reasons (the settings db is word
readable, but some things should not be accessible to everyone), convenience
(specific internal settings for a particular component), and other reasons
such as sharing access with native code.




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Settings application

by FrankG » Mon, 19 Apr 2010 16:30:18 GMT


 Hello Dianne,

Can I read somewhere more about this handling of system settings and
how is it designed ?

Thanks  alot !

  Frank






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