In the following example, how do I save a folder? This source only saves the file but I want to save the folder containing the file!
I will be grateful to anyone who...
I have been researching for a long time to be able to copy a file (folder) from dirinternal in the android / data folder. This is easily possible with file.copy in Android 10 below, but in newer versions of Android (some Android 10 and Android 11) it is very difficult and complicated. So I...
How can I create with B4i a "public" directory / folder?
I would like to access it with my developed app and in this folder I would like to edit normal with the "normal" file-explorer.
It is in B4A "File.DirRootExternal" ... and in B4i ??
I do not want to access the folder via iTunes...
No saprei come fare a vedere se una cartella in un determinato percorso existe oppure no e se non esiste crearla.
intanto ho provato questo, ma secondo me crea la cartella ma non la vedo
Hello, i am trying to access the WhatsApp folder, in the samsung cellphone its ok i can access, but in the others i can't
i tested in a Moto G5, Android 8.1
Log(File.IsDirectory(File.DirRootExternal, "WhatsApp")) return true
Log(File.ListFiles(File.DirRootExternal)) return (List) Not...
Según esta pantalla, en un proyecto completamente vacío, sale este error.
El tema de permisos no puedo cambiarlos, pero sí cambiar de sitio los archivos temp de B4X, pero no se donde.....
Y lo del daemon, no se sí tiene que ver con el anterior o es otro problema diferente.
When I create a folder on "File.DirRootExternal" everything works fine. I can copy, create and delete files or other subfolders.
When I connect my device with the USB cable, I no longer see the folder created.
with "File Explorer" android app I see the folder created.
I'm trying to use SQLite as local / remote DB.
I have successfully downloaded sqlite-jdbc-3.21.0.jar from the proper server:
Now arises the question:
Where should I put the .jar file in order to get use of it?
I haven't found the...
Description: it is similar to File.ListFiles(Dir As String) but returns only file names, excluding directories.
Public Sub ListFilesOnly(Dir As String) As List
Dim lstDir, lstRes As List
If File.Exists(Dir, "") Then