Works great thanks
Glad to hear it wasn't just mescmastertech said:Works great thanks
Try going to an adb shell and just running "sqlite3". I can't think of a good reason why it wouldn't work, it's part of the Android install.nvrpayretail said:I started up the 1.6 emulator and then ran the 1.x adb code above (from the SDK 'tools' directory') and all that is returned is "sqlite3: not found". Any ideas? By the way I've used Market fine from the emulator. Thanks folks.....
.exe? If you're running this in the adb shell, it shouldn't have a .exe.nvrpayretail said:It's really odd clockworx. Same problem running from the shell - even though I see the sqlite3.exe in the directory. Sigh.......
This is on the 1.6 emulator, correct? Try this:mbkeller said:Same thing here. Can't get the adb shell to find the sqlite3 command.
I'm not sure why "ls" doesn't work, but the correct command is "sqlite3" (as opposed to "sqlite")nvrpayretail said:Here you go:
# cd /system/xbincd /system/xbin
# lslsls: not found
# sqlitesqlitesqlite: not found#
On where, the emulator? Wherever you're getting it from, the market must be up and running with your google account set up before you try this (sorry I forgot that detail, I was about to leave when typing my original post and kind of rushed it)Justin Browning said:I get a deviceId of 0. Obviously this will not work, as I have tried and it does not allow me access the market on the device. Any suggestions?
Cool, that will also work, I was just trying not to make things MORE complicated. Congrats on a working market!edit_text said:I was able to get mine from the emu.I had to adb pull the accounts.db file then I was able to use the sqlite3.exe from the android tools to list the id.e_t