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Android Android Data Persistence File Storage Getting the Internal File Directory

Android Data Persistence

In the code below, call the Context method that gets the internal file directory:

public File getInternalFilePath(Context context, String fileName) {
  File fileDir = ;
  File fileToWrite = new File(fileDir, fileName);
  return file;
}

2 Answers

Hiya,

The answer to that is context.getFilesDir() - there's not much more explaining I can do with that one!

Steve.

Thanx Steve..

Steve can you also help with this

https://teamtreehouse.com/library/android-data-persistence/file-storage/writing-to-internal-storage-2.

The following code is similar to what you just wrote. Modify this code to only write the file if it does not already exist. Hint: Use the method from the File class that checks to see if a file exists or not.

Answered on that thread. :-)

if (FileToWrite.exists() == false) { copyResult = copyFile(in, out); }

I had altered line 16 0f the challenge to the above code but i am getting a bummer..