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By DenyDarko, Senior Member on 15th September 2017, 04:10 PM
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Hello everyone

Well... Not much to say.

I've made that very simple module for my personal use and just sharing it with the community in case anyone needs it.

What it does it really simple.

It installs (or replaces) sqlite3 binary in /system/bin to be used by any app or from terminal.

It's for ARM7 only.

Have fun

Credits: @topjohnwu for the template and @tech128 for the binary used.
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15th September 2017, 05:20 PM |#2  
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Thank you for your effort... Do you have binary of sqlite of 64bit?
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Thank you for your effort... Do you have binary of sqlite of 64bit?

I'm currently on G5 which is 64bit and binary works just fine.
15th September 2017, 06:20 PM |#4  
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Yes, it will work. However my situation is a bit complex that I call sqlite from Tasker and there is a bug in Tasker's that Tasker will invoke 64 bit libraries and throw error even if sqlite is 32 bit.

There is a work around but a bit complex so I am searching for 64 bit binary...
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Sorry but what is SQLite
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Sorry but what i SQLite

You don't need it probably xD

It's the "program" to manipulate sqlite databases.
15th September 2017, 06:53 PM |#7  
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Yes, it will work. However my situation is a bit complex that I call sqlite from Tasker and there is a bug in Tasker's that Tasker will invoke 64 bit libraries and throw error even if sqlite is 32 bit.

There is a work around but a bit complex so I am searching for 64 bit binary...

https://github.com/stockrt/sqlite3-android

Build one by yourself. I guess you need arm64-v8a ?
16th September 2017, 04:18 AM |#8  
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I'm currently on G5 which is 64bit and binary works just fine.

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https://github.com/stockrt/sqlite3-android

Build one by yourself. I guess you need arm64-v8a ?

Haha! Thanks.... Actually I had been trying very hard to resist the urge to build one myself (too lazy....). Maybe I should starting setup the tool train now....

Anyway thanks!
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Haha! Thanks.... Actually I had been trying very hard to resist the urge to build one myself (too lazy....). Maybe I should starting setup the tool train now....

Anyway thanks!

It's not that hard and it's fun. Plus this git contains a customised sqlite for android.

It's not like building a kernel or smth. Give it a try xD
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Hi @DenyDarko,

Please, can you update your module? It doesn't install with last version of Magisk. Futhermore, it will be interesting to include all binaries: sqlite3.arm; sqlite3.arm64; sqlite3.x64; etc. and add a symlink for the run architecture to "sqlite3". And last, publish it in the official repository.

Thank you!
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Hi @DenyDarko,

Please, can you update your module? It doesn't install with last version of Magisk. Futhermore, it will be interesting to include all binaries: sqlite3.arm; sqlite3.arm64; sqlite3.x64; etc. and add a symlink for the run architecture to "sqlite3". And last, publish it in the official repository.

Thank you!

@ianmacd added an updated version to the official repo already
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