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Filesystem size problems

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Filesystem size problems

Postby pablonc » Fri Aug 14, 2009 9:47 am

Hi everyone, I'm trying to know how to retrieve the total space available for an application. I know that in Java 1.6 we can use file.getSizeAvailable(), but that methods doesn't seem to be in Davilk VM implementation.

I have an app in which I write files into the data/data/packagenamefolder/files route. And I wish to know the amount of free space a have. Is this space shared for all applications or each app have its own reserved space?

I can't find this info anywhere...
Thanks!
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