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17th May 2015, 07:20 AM |#41  
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Well I got a little too busy this week to do much of anything, but I was able to get the armv6 versions compiled.

The armv7 versions work, but have pie-related issues.

Basically from now on there will be four sqlite3 versions.

1. armv6 w/ floating point support (this will be referred to as armv6)
2. armv6 w/o floating point support (this will be referred to as armv6-nofpu)
3. armv7 w/ pie support (this will be referred to as armv7-pie)
4. armv7 w/o pie support (this will be referred to as armv7)

That way it will work on all androids (with the exception of non-standard android environments)

It won't work on armv6 devices that have lollipop, but I couldn't find any of those, just kitkat.

We'll see if I can get the pie issues resolved tomorrow so I can release it, but I'm still pretty busy so who knows exactly atm.
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28th May 2015, 04:02 PM |#42  
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thanks very much. you saved my day!
2nd June 2015, 04:01 PM |#43  
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Hi all, a small question from my side.

I am running a Tasker shell script using sqlite3 commands on my rooted Note 3 with Lollipop 5.0 and have downloaded the corresponding sqlite-armv7 from here and pasted it (with proper rights) to the /system/xbin folder.

However when I run the task in Tasker I get the following error:
SQLite header and source version mismatch (one of the dates is in 2014 and the other one is in 2012!)

Any idea how to fix this - I'd really appreciate it!
11th June 2015, 07:56 AM |#44  
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@xdajog

No problem, happy to help!

@glumetu

Well I'm not 100% positive, but I think the problem is caused by sqlite-armv7.

Since I just created pie-compatible versions today, which is what lollipop and later need to work properly.
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11th June 2015, 08:00 AM |#45  
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So I finally managed to update Sqlite after 5 months.

I am the busiest person I know, always trying to do a million things.

I rarely will drop a project, and when I do, I always leave some kind of explanation ( Just in case people wonder if the project is dead, etc )
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11th June 2015, 05:31 PM |#46  
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I just tried the sqlite3.armv7-pie.apk on my Moto X (2014), but I get a Parse error on install - There was a problem parsing the package. Any ideas?
13th June 2015, 11:21 PM |#47  
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I wonder, which one is the one for Note 3 (N9005) and Note 4 (N910C)? Just paste it to the correct directory and done? Do I have to run any script? What about the apk file? Should I need to install it too? Thanks
19th June 2015, 07:36 PM |#48  
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@Kionei and @andrew.mackew

Yes, you just rename the binary to sqlite3 and place it into /system/xbin and change the permissions to 755 or rwxr-xr-x

It is not really an apk, I had to name it like that because the forum system doesn't let me upload programs without an extension.

I'll use the pdf extension next time like Zepplinrox does, probably should make it a little less confusing.
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19th June 2015, 10:57 PM |#49  
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That I understand, and it works fine. I'm not sure how I glossed over it. It's a shame you can't upload without an extension. As stupid as it sounds, I would put something like this your OP:
  1. Download appropriate file
  2. Rename to /system/xbin/sqlite3
  3. Change permissions to 755

Maybe it'll save you from having to answer some foolish posts .
30th July 2015, 08:26 PM |#50  
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@tech128 any change that we can get an updated SQLite 3.8.11.1 binary?
31st July 2015, 07:34 AM |#51  
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@tech128 any change that we can get an updated SQLite 3.8.11.1 binary?

Sure, not a problem.

I haven't checked the sqlite homepage recently, so I didn't notice they updated it again.

I'd like to put a web page watcher on it, but all of them make you register or sign up.

For such a simple thing, I don't feel that should be necessary.

I'll see if I can find some time tomorrow to update it hopefully.

If not, then it will have to be on Sunday because I will be very busy on Saturday.
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