yess, i lazy to download extensions
When every application is created, each application has an ASD, or application specific directory. This ASD is a folder/directory for your app to store data, and only your app can access it. For devices with Android 10 or above, this ASD is automatically created, but with phones before that, you have to create an ASD.
This is an extension to do that.
My previous post creates a folder in the ASD. I don't know what do you mean by
What method do you want?
the folder in
I'm not sure if it is possible to create a directory there.
@Johannes_Ai2, do you know?
targetSdkVersion = 30 (AI2 nb 188) it is no longer possible to create folders in the root directory or in an arbitrary folder of the external storage on Android 11+ devices. This is only possible there if
MANAGE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission has been requested and granted. However, this special permission is usually not allowed by Google.
I don't want to take the risk
Now how do I save camera capture to ASD
Unless you're planning on publishing your app on the Google Play Store, it should be fine to use it.
maybe i will test it
What does "app folder" mean?
I don't know why you want to save it in /storage/emulated/0. The best way is to save it in the ASD (application specific directory) with the normal File component and the
Scope set to App.
I don't know what you mean by 'app folder'. This saves the image in the ASD.
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for users if it is stored in ASD it is difficult to find it
Then I would say to use Anke's method. Users can access that through a File Management application.
Google Play restricts the access of Manage All Files permission. You can use these unless you are not publishing your app on Google Play.
These blocks are never executed because the "if" query always returns "false".