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Developer
Posts: 745
Registered: ‎01-04-2009
My Device: 8300, 8800, 8700f, 9000
Accepted Solution

space on SDCard

hi, to check the total/used/free space of SDCard i use such a code:

try{ _fileConnection = (FileConnection) Connector.open("file:///SDCard/"); long _totalSpace = _fileConnection.totalSize(); long _usedSpace = _fileConnection.usedSize(); long _freeSpace = _totalSpace - _usedSpace; }catch(Exception e){ }

 

 

for 1GB i got:

_totalSpace = 1014218752

_usedSpace = 658554880

_freeSpace = 355663872

 

in what this is? cause for sure not in bytes..

Developer
Posts: 1,477
Registered: ‎12-30-2008
My Device: Torch 9810

Re: space on SDCard

[ Edited ]

How can you be sure that this is not in bytes?

 

It is in bytes ..

 

1024 bytes = 1 KB

1048576 bytes = 1 MB

1073741824 bytes = 1 GB

 

It is right, however actual bytes varies in some thousands...

 

Cheers.. 

 

Edit: Grammatical Fix.. 

Message Edited by mantaker on 07-07-2009 02:53 PM
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Manimaran Selvan
Co-Founder, Tech Lead,
Equity Markets Research Group
Developer
Posts: 1,477
Registered: ‎12-30-2008
My Device: Torch 9810

Re: space on SDCard

What about this thread? Still remains unclosed! Do you agree with me?

 

Cheers.. 

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Manimaran Selvan
Co-Founder, Tech Lead,
Equity Markets Research Group
Developer
Posts: 745
Registered: ‎01-04-2009
My Device: 8300, 8800, 8700f, 9000

Re: space on SDCard

sorry i was doing different thing past two days and did not pay attention to Your reply. today i've got some time and i read it-You are right, thx!

 

 

kind regards

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Developer
Posts: 1,477
Registered: ‎12-30-2008
My Device: Torch 9810

Re: space on SDCard

Thanks Smiley Happy
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Manimaran Selvan
Co-Founder, Tech Lead,
Equity Markets Research Group