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Android SQLite: How to retrieve the all the data's from record from sqlite database and see in ddms?

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Android SQLite: How to retrieve the all the data's from record from sqlite database and see in ddms?
posted Aug 14, 2014 by anonymous

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Step 1
With Eclipse open and your emulator running
select the DDMS perspective by clicking on the Window -> Open Perspective -> DDMS menu option.

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Step 2
Select the emulator you have currently have running.
Click the File Explorer tab
Find the data folder.

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Step 3
Follow the filepath to the application you want /data/data/
Click the Pull a file from the device button and save the database file on your computer.

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Step 4
Open the SQLite Database Viewer and click Open Database.
Open the file and you can browse the data and view the schema!

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answer Aug 14, 2014 by Pardeep Kohli
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