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By tech128, Senior Member on 25th April 2014, 04:34 AM
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12th December 2014, 08:41 AM |#21  
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I'll attach one that I have working for me. You'll need to extract the zip and then place sqlite3 in /system/xbin and then you should be able to call your sqlite3 similar (if not the same) as you did before.

Thanks for this, I've tried this also on my Android 4.4 MTK6582 defrag and VACUUM scripts and it worked
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28th December 2014, 08:22 PM |#22  
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Thanks! Working in my xioami mi3!
29th December 2014, 12:51 AM |#23  
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I'll attach one that I have working for me. You'll need to extract the zip and then place sqlite3 in /system/xbin and then you should be able to call your sqlite3 similar (if not the same) as you did before.

Thanks.
2nd January 2015, 11:47 PM |#24  
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Alright guys, enough with the posts for other sqlite binaries.

I've just released the latest sqlite v3.8.7.4 with 64bit file support (untested as of yet), Android 5.0 support, and optimized arm v6 and v7 binaries.

As soon as the 64bit file support is tested and the musl library is integrated, it should be just about perfect.
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7th January 2015, 11:27 AM |#25  
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nice.
working just fine on my HTC M8 with MaximusHD ROM.
I assume the version already in /system/xbin was out of date.
12th January 2015, 02:00 AM |#26  
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How to build the sqlite3 binary and library yourself.
For those looking how to hack using SQLite CLI (Command Line Interface) with adb shell in any Android device:

How to build the sqlite3 binary and library yourself.

I have put together some build scripts to compile SQLite for Android Native Code using the Android NDK. It builds the SQLite CLI in two versions: Statically and Dynamically Linked, as well as it's Static and Shared Libraries. You may get the scripts from my GitHub and build the binaries yourself:

http github/stockrt/sqlite3-android

Hope this will be useful for someone.
23rd January 2015, 07:12 PM |#27  
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Hi tech128!

I have maked an app with tasker. This app use sql3 to write and read in whatsapp.
But to one user that have lollipop my app dont works because sql3 binaries of my app are for older android versions. Sql3 system dont works too, it seems my app can not use sql3 system.
So i ask you if i can in my app link to this post to users could download your binaries.
You hace any problem with this?
And what about include binaries un my app?

Anyway and with any respond to my question thanks for your work.
Sorry forma my bad english.
26th January 2015, 07:18 AM |#28  
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Here's SQLite 3.8.7.4 combined into a single source file

Huge thanks for sharing!
This is only binary I found that include all needed for me:

1. Fresh – contains required new features
2. Standalone – not depends from system libsqlite.so
3. Lollipop compatible – no "PIE problem"
27th January 2015, 05:57 PM |#29  
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Hi tech128!

I have maked an app with tasker. This app use sql3 to write and read in whatsapp.
But to one user that have lollipop my app dont works because sql3 binaries of my app are for older android versions. Sql3 system dont works too, it seems my app can not use sql3 system.
So i ask you if i can in my app link to this post to users could download your binaries.
You hace any problem with this?
And what about include binaries un my app?

Anyway and with any respond to my question thanks for your work.
Sorry forma my bad english.

No problem, you can use my compiled apps any way you wish. I'm just happy to be of service to the community.
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27th January 2015, 06:03 PM |#30  
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Lot of thanks tech128!
28th January 2015, 03:52 AM |#31  
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Everything seems to be working as intended.
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