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How to access stored preferences of an application in Android?

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I would like to access, from the framework level, the stored preferences of an application, is it possible to do?

I've thought about creating a Content Provider. Will I be able then to retrieve its content from the framework level? Would the retrieving procedure be the same than the one in the application level?

posted Feb 16, 2014 by Jagan Mishra

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