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Where can I find the User ID of an App?

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Where can I find the User ID of an App?

Postby franc » Tue Jan 24, 2012 12:10 pm

Hello

as I read in

https://github.com/keesj/gomo/wiki/Andr ... 288dd5b15a
or
http://developer.android.com/guide/topi ... tml#userid

the User IDs of the Android OS are not stored like in unix-systems in a file /etc/passwd but where then?

If I call top (with adb or Terminal Emulater etc.) I can read USER and COMMAND but how can I get them all?

Thank you and kind regards,

frank
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