What to do when any media files are deleted?

by skan95 » Wed, 20 Jan 2010 19:19:33 GMT


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 Dear.

I am testing Bluetooth file transfer.

When any files are transfered by FTP via BT,
mMediaScanner.scanFiles(mFiles, null);  is used to notify MedisScanner
adding new media files.

But if any files are deleted by FTP, what api should be called?

To sum it up, current problem is that,
1. When new media files are added, MediaScanner is notified through
MediaScanner.scanFiles(mFiles).
2. but how should MediaScanner be notified when any files are deleted
on SD card?

Please share your suggestion.

Thanks.



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