aShell only allows you to edit any SQLite database on your ROOTed Android device with aSQLiteManager. aShell has NO use without aSQLiteManager
With the donate version of aSQLiteManager you get the aShell functionality build into aSQLiteManager.
As it allows you to edit the system databases you need to know what you do before starting editing. You might destroy data needed for your phone to work properly!
SO HANDLE WITH CARE
The root file explorer in aShell allows you to browse your device and if it is rooted you have access to any directory. The explorer allows you to sort and filter the files.
Before editing a system database a backup copy of the database is placed in /mnt/sdcard/.aSQLiteManager (named databaseName.back) here you will also find a version of the edited database.
If you like aSQLiteManager and aShell consider buying the donate version of aSQLiteManager and support the development and be among the first to get new updates with new functionality!
New in version 1.1:
Now also works with phones where su permissions is not given permanently or for a period of time.
New in version 1.0:
The program has been totally rewritten.
Two new file pickers one for standard access and one with root support.
You can sort (name, extension, size, date) filter file types.
Only if the database has been changed you are asked if canges hsould be committed.
aShell tries to open all files you tap on as a database.