Why am I getting different MD5 checksums on a local data file vs. the same file uploaded to Google Drive?
I'm using the Google Drive API to upload backups of my app's data files. I only want to upload a file if it's actually different from the existing Google version, so...
If my app does an automatic backup to the cloud, what's the best timing to run the backup process?
I'm adding an automatic backup to some of my apps (so that users can restore later if data gets corrupted or if they just want to revert to an earlier state).
This more a suggestion/idea than a real snippet or other code.
If you have installed Google Drive on the PC where you are running your B4J-App (I use B4J as a inhouse server solution with SQlite) it has just a simple folder which you can use like we know it. Just copy backup files to this...
Ya tengo el ojo cuadrado de leer y buscar una forma de usar google drive para hacer una copia de seguridad de una BD importante de mi app y que lógicamente también pueda restaurarla.
alguna noble alma que comparta su experiencia con b4a y google drive
ya vi este hilo
Hi all. I'm having trouble downloading a file from a link (Google Drive and Dropbox shareable link) from my app. Code says Success but the file downloaded is corrupted and unusable.
This is with OKHttpUtils2