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aSQLiteManager


aSQLiteManger is my SQLite manager for Android.
Support development by buying the donate version (and be the first to get the new features).
You can edit all databases on rooted phones.
You can:
Open databases from within aSQLiteManager and from a number of file managers.
List tables, views and indexes.
Display data, structure and definitions SQL for tables and views.
Execute any SQL including 'Drop' / 'Create' statements (simple SQL builder included).
Add and edit records from data browser (Add button at title / Edit button at each row).
Copy the content of any cell to the clip board by clicking at it
Store all executed statements in the opened database (in a table called aSQLiteManager).
Select SQL history from query form.
Begin transaction, Commit and Rollback.
Export database to SQL script and restore databases from script.
Import and export of CSV files
Execute SQL scripts, full script or single lines.
SQLite does not validate data types during data entry but aSQLiteManager set the Android input mode reflecting the field types.
Create database wizard.
Configurable font size in data lists.
Easy editing of databases located in a "Dropbox" folder
Now translated to:
Danish
English
German - thanks to Denis Dogan
French – thanks to Jean-Luc Rostini + Nicolas Gourdon
Italian – thanks to Giuseppe Tumino https://play.google.com/store/apps/developer?id=Giuseppe+Tumino
Catalan – thanks to Paco Rivière
Brazilian – thanks to Leandro Lopes
Spanish – thanks to Gonzalo Rodriguez
Russian - thanks to Denis Bondarenko

Recent changes:
Better handling of editing of databases on rooted devices. You can now specify where to place temporary files. In some cases the path to the sdCard returned by Android is invalid in this case you can define it yourselves. In a few cases the ‘cat’ command fails to copy the database if this happens you can change the app to use ‘cp’ which is not always present.
Have added android.permission.ACCESS_SUPERUSER permission to allow super user access on newer version of Android.
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Free
89
4.5
User ratings
1397
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
0
File size
365 kb
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About aSQLiteManager
aSQLiteManger is my SQLite manager for Android.
Support development by buying the donate version (and be the first to get the new features).
You can edit all databases on rooted phones.
You can:
Open databases from within aSQLiteManager and from a number of file managers.
List tables, views and indexes.
Display data, structure and definitions SQL for tables and views.
Execute any SQL including 'Drop' / 'Create' statements (simple SQL builder included).
Add and edit records from data browser (Add button at title / Edit button at each row).
Copy the content of any cell to the clip board by clicking at it
Store all executed statements in the opened database (in a table called aSQLiteManager).
Select SQL history from query form.
Begin transaction, Commit and Rollback.
Export database to SQL script and restore databases from script.
Import and export of CSV files
Execute SQL scripts, full script or single lines.
SQLite does not validate data types during data entry but aSQLiteManager set the Android input mode reflecting the field types.
Create database wizard.
Configurable font size in data lists.
Easy editing of databases located in a "Dropbox" folder
Now translated to:
Danish
English
German - thanks to Denis Dogan
French – thanks to Jean-Luc Rostini + Nicolas Gourdon
Italian – thanks to Giuseppe Tumino https://play.google.com/store/apps/developer?id=Giuseppe+Tumino
Catalan – thanks to Paco Rivière
Brazilian – thanks to Leandro Lopes
Spanish – thanks to Gonzalo Rodriguez
Russian - thanks to Denis Bondarenko

Recent changes:
Better handling of editing of databases on rooted devices. You can now specify where to place temporary files. In some cases the path to the sdCard returned by Android is invalid in this case you can define it yourselves. In a few cases the ‘cat’ command fails to copy the database if this happens you can change the app to use ‘cp’ which is not always present.
Have added android.permission.ACCESS_SUPERUSER permission to allow super user access on newer version of Android.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Oct 17, 2014
Best for free Best free SQLite editor than another app
A Google User
Oct 3, 2014
Great app An essential tool for editing configuration files, works really well
A Google User
Sep 30, 2014
Exellent; Handy; Tiny RDBMS I grade this app is an exellent; handy RDBMS. So far I learned displaying an sqlite extention file/ table. Running pre-fabricated SQL statements would be my next priority.
A Google User
Sep 29, 2014
Nice Nice
A Google User
Sep 28, 2014
Very good