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ICS Browser - save page for offline, but where (path)?

29th March 2012, 08:54 PM   |  #1  
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Anyone can point a file where ISC Browser saves pages for offline viewing?
It's not a simple file in /sdcard or Download folder...
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Please someone could help on this?

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I guess nobody at xda-developers knows about this...

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I was looking for the same thing - there are no webarchivexml files no where to be found. I need to extract the saved page quick but seems it's nowhere to be found.
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It's not on sdcard. It's in phone's root. Here's the path I found mine in.

data/user/0/com .android.browser/app_databases/localstorage/

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It's not on sdcard. It's in phone's root. Here's the path I found mine in.

data/user/0/com .android.browser/app_databases/localstorage/

Look in there

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But how did you open the files? Or they're just "there"...
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It's not on sdcard. It's in phone's root. Here's the path I found mine in.

data/user/0/com .android.browser/app_databases/localstorage/

I can't find there. There are some .localstorage files (sqlite3 db afaik), but can't find my saved pages...
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Thread's a bit old ... but just in case it helped someone ...

Android ICS, the browser's save paged is \Android\data\com.android.browser\files\snapshots. db

The links are saved in this file "snapshots.db", look at it using SQLite Database Browser sqlitebrowser.sourceforge.net
28th September 2013, 02:45 AM   |  #9  
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Anyone can point a file where ISC Browser saves pages for offline viewing?
It's not a simple file in /sdcard or Download folder...

Hi rufik
I found my saved pages in : /data/data/com.android.browser/files. The ownership is u0_a60:u0_a60, just for your information.

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