Reg. accessing the external files

by Sameer » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 08:01:55 GMT

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 Consider this scenerio:
The end user copies a bunch of text files onto his android every week.
My application which has to do some analysis on this text files and
show the results to the user.

Can my application access files anywhere in the file system of
android? If NO, what would be the location where the user is supposed
to copy the files to or any alternate solution ? Because the user
copies the files periodically on to Android. My application is
supposed to do analysis and display the results.

Please Help. I'm a newbie.


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