05-10-2014 03:24 PM
I am still totally unable to read either AIR created shared objects or SQLite databases from Android apps.
However, I can create an SQLite database in AIR and then read it back in a BlackBerry Cascades application. Obviously this is going to require a ground up rewrite of the entire app, but at least it is a start...
02-10-2015 11:13 AM
I had the some problem but could find a solution.
You can save de SharedObject.data as an object in a local .file file.
Store ActionScript objects in files
The data is Encrypted, you only save on changes in 10.2
In the 10.3.1 first run, you load the .file, save the data to the local new sharedObject and then delete the .file from the device .