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Posts: 87
Registered: ‎02-20-2011
My Device: Not specified

Detect Built-in media storage

Hi, How to detect if a device support built-in media storage or eMMC ??

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Posts: 1,807
Registered: ‎04-28-2009
My Device: Z10 (STL100-4)-10.3.2.858, Z10 (STL100-3)-10.3.1.2576, Z30 (STA100-5)-10.3.1.2582, Passport (SQW100-1)-10.3.1.2576, PlayBook (16GB)-2.1.0.1917
My Carrier: Verizon

Re: Detect Built-in media storage

Use javax.microedition.io.file.FileSystemRegistry.listRoots() and check to see if the desired storage medium is avaliable. Built-in will be "store" and eMMC (more commonly SD) is "SDCard".
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Posts: 87
Registered: ‎02-20-2011
My Device: Not specified

Re: Detect Built-in media storage

eMMC is not SDCard. embedded multimedia card (eMMC). I need to determine what a device support SQLite (eMMC/SDCard) or not.
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Posts: 192
Registered: ‎09-23-2009
My Device: 9860/PlayBook/Dev Alpha
My Carrier: Plus GSM

Re: Detect Built-in media storage

SQLLite is supported on devices with OS 5.0 or better. You don't have to check it via checking of availability of SDCard.

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Posts: 87
Registered: ‎02-20-2011
My Device: Not specified

Re: Detect Built-in media storage

Yes, but not true. SQLite cannot work on device with OS5/OS6 without SDCard.

The default location for the database file is /SDCard/databases/<application_name>/
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Posts: 1,123
Registered: ‎02-10-2009
My Device: 8130 / 8350 / 9530 / 9550 / 9850 / PlayBook
My Carrier: Verizon

Re: Detect Built-in media storage

Rcmaniac25 is still correct. You can use the FileSystemRegistry.listRoots() or just check for file:///store/home/user/ directory.
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Posts: 16
Registered: ‎06-27-2012
My Device: Bold 9900
My Carrier: Bell

Re: Detect Built-in media storage

There is actually an example right in the listRoots() api, but this is what you're looking for:

 

public boolean hasSD() {
	Enumeration e = FileSystemRegistry.listRoots();
	while (e.hasMoreElements()) {
		String root = (String) e.nextElement();
		if (root.equals("SDCard/"))
		{	// the user has an SD card installed (we didn't check for free space though)
			return true;
		}
	} 
	// we went through all the roots, and found no SD card, it's safe to assume there isn't one in the device
	return false;
}
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Posts: 87
Registered: ‎02-20-2011
My Device: Not specified

Re: Detect Built-in media storage

I think u cannot create sqlite db in device like Gemini 8520 (OS 5) although Gemini has file:///store/home/user/ directory
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Posts: 192
Registered: ‎09-23-2009
My Device: 9860/PlayBook/Dev Alpha
My Carrier: Plus GSM

Re: Detect Built-in media storage

You can attach any location for database with use of DatabaseFactory.create. You can put there internal storage URL as location, path defaults to sdcard, but you can override it with your own path.

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