Fully integrated with Root Explorer. When browsing files in Root Explorer, selecting a database file automatically launches this app instead of the database viewer that is built into Root Explorer.
Non-root users can browse and edit databases on the SD card.
Data is displayed in a smooth scrollable grid and records can be filtered on any field value.
To quickly get to regularly accessed databases you can either add them to the bookmarks list or look on the recently accessed tab.
User can browser, open and edit SQLite files.
User can read the data of all tables.
Recently opened database feature for convenience.
Also, you can create a new database.
WE HAVE FIXED ADS ISSUE IN THE LATEST RELEASE.
This applications allows you view/modify data and structure of SQLite Database on Android. Create and modify structure of tables, views, indexes, triggers, table’s constraints and foreign keys in SQLite database, edit and delete records in SQLite database.
In more detail using this application user can:
-create, modify, delete, rename, dump tables,
-display tables’ s and views’s data in scrollable grid,
-create, modify, delete, export records,
-support multiselect on records,
-sort and filter records on any field value,
-export filtered data to CSV files (included custom separators),
-create, modify, delete columns in table (including columns’s constraints and foreign keys),
-create, modify, delete table’s constraints (including foreign keys),
-create, modify, delete table’s indexes,
-create, modify, delete table’s triggers,
-create, modify, delete views,
-execute SQL scripts,
-export database to SQL script,
-restore database from SQL script,
-store executed statements to history,
-browse and edit databases on SD card,
-scan SD card for existing databases,
-configurable application’s size,
-remember recently opened databases.
-Added possibility to change datagrid's page size
-Added possibility to load/save datagrid's filters
-Fixed SQLRun scroller for software keyboard
-Fixed a bug where application could crash if an old version, or no version of Google Play Services is installed on the device
-Fixed table parser and added types : LONG(int) and STRING(text)
-Fixed 'Scan for DB'
-Added possibility to import from CSV
-Updated Adobe AIR SDK to 126.96.36.199
-Fixed fonts in Start view
-Updated 'Application size' range from 50% to 150%
-Updated dump table, dump database, export CSV and import CSV. Shows dialog 'Working' now
-Small design improvements
-Fixed minor bugs
-Upgrade Adobe AIR SDK to 188.8.131.52
-Optimalized history of sql commands in 'SQL Run'
-Added button 'Delete All' to 'SQL Logs'
-Updated AIR SDK to 14.0.0
-Removed permission : READ_PHONE_STATE
-Fixed datatime type, now is possible to set NULL value
-Fixed hardware button Back in 'Scan for DB'
-Fixed 'Dump database' and 'Dump table'. Remember settings after come back from 'Directory browser' now
-Fixed Load file in 'SQL Run'
-Fixed 'Scan for DB' lags
-Small design improvements
-Improved data grid, add horizontal slider to change scale of data grid
-Add possibility to show basic types on new/edit column dialog
-Small design improvements
-Improved dialog for creating backup file
-Add button : Inform Author in case of parser failed : send sql to author by email
-Improved 'Scan for DB'
-Fixed new/edit 'Foreign Key' dialog
-Fixed 'Select column' dialog
-Fixed new/edit record dialog
-Fixed index parser
-Fixed parsers for column type : LONGVARCHAR
-Improved modal dialogs
-Improved Settings : Add possibility to switch on/off question of creating backup
-Optimalized Data Export : Change extension to CSV
-Improved SQL Logs : Add COPY to Clipboard
-Improved SQL Browser : Add PASTE from Clipboard, add possibility to create CSV, add history, add sql extensions
-Optimalized search of file
-Optimalized application size
-Resolved an issue where some ads may not be able to display on some android devices
-add possibility to create/restore backup of database
-updates internal android sdk to GooglePlay 4.4
-remove dependency on external adobe air download
Why do you to want use SQLite Master
[✔] Fastest and optimized, support large SQLite databases
[✔] Easy and simple user interface
[✔] Very small footprint (installer size is 470 KB, it takes few seconds to install)
[✔] Have almost everything that android users need
The major functionality includes
[✔] (Pro version only) Hot System Apps - Rooted System Fix Wi-Fi tethering, Phone settings, contacts, system settings, configure app databases etc. It requires busybox installed on your android device.
[✔] (Pro version only) Rooted System browse system files in rooted system and configure. It requires busybox installed on your android device.
[✔] Create/drop Sqlite databases
[✔] Create/drop/modify Sqlite tables
[✔] View table data
[✔] Sort table data by simply tapping on the column headers (first tap - ascending, second tap - descending)
[✔] Export table data to CSV
[✔] Import highly configurable CSV data into Table
[✔] Add, delete, update table row
[✔] Copy table row to clipboard by double tapping on a row
[✔] Query Maker to build custom queries and save queries, easy to use interface
[✔] Pre-generated SQL Select Queries for existing tables.
[✔] Save SQL queries which can be used later.
[✔] Delete saved queries which are not needed.
[✔] Import existing queries.
[✔] View/Copy table definition, triggers, views in the database.
[✔] Close table data, clone table schema etc
[✔] In table list page, long press has many options such as clone schema, clone data, drop/rename table etc.
[✔] History of recently opened SQLite databases.
* Lot of testing was done on three different sizes android screens
* Full cycle test was done for four major Sqlite data types (INTEGER, TEXT, REAL and NULL)
* Full test was done using famous Chinook Sqlite database using 15000 rows and 11 tables
I made this app for myself to help me debugging my own apps. If you have any troubles, mail me.
Support development by buying the donate version (and be the first to get the new features).
You can edit all databases on rooted phones.
Open databases from within aSQLiteManager and from a number of file managers.
List tables, views and indexes.
Display data, structure and definitions SQL for tables and views.
Execute any SQL including 'Drop' / 'Create' statements (simple SQL builder included).
Add and edit records from data browser (Add button at title / Edit button at each row).
Copy the content of any cell to the clip board by clicking at it
Store all executed statements in the opened database (in a table called aSQLiteManager).
Select SQL history from query form.
Begin transaction, Commit and Rollback.
Export database to SQL script and restore databases from script.
Import and export of CSV files
Execute SQL scripts, full script or single lines.
SQLite does not validate data types during data entry but aSQLiteManager set the Android input mode reflecting the field types.
Create database wizard.
Configurable font size in data lists.
Easy editing of databases located in a "Dropbox" folder
Now translated to:
German - thanks to Denis Dogan
French – thanks to Jean-Luc Rostini + Nicolas Gourdon
Italian – thanks to Giuseppe Tumino https://play.google.com/store/apps/developer?id=Giuseppe+Tumino
Catalan – thanks to Paco Rivière
Brazilian – thanks to Leandro Lopes
Spanish – thanks to Gonzalo Rodriguez
Russian - thanks to Denis Bondarenko
I have tested this only on a droid bionic. If you have problems, please send me a email with your phone type so I can try to support it.
I WILL NOT HELP YOU ROOT YOUR PHONE. IF YOU EMAIL ME ABOUT HOW TO ROOT, I WILL DELETE IT.
This application contains advertisements. It contains these as I host the binaries on the domain that I pay for. If I find that many are using anti ad tools, I will block service for those phones. If data is a problem for you, use Wi-Fi. It does not generate a lot of profit, but you get a service from me that is free.
If you find a problem with the application, please email me. I am willing to help you in anyway I can. I take suggestions as well. If I refuse to help, which I wont, then go ahead and give me a nasty comment here.
I appreciate all of the good comments.
1. Open the database file directly.
2. Send an intent with Content Provider uri.
3. Send an intent with database file's full path.
Please see below for more details.
If you have rooted device, using FuseDroid makes it possible to open a db which is not accessed normally.
If you purchase the PRO version, you will also be able to use the following functions:
・Query assist button (for search)
・The number of recently viewed database can be changed.
・The number of query histories (for search) can be changed.
・Save the column width
・Display null and blob
Please help by leaving a comment, especially when your rating for this app is low.
Better yet, I would greatly appreciate it if you could send me an email stating the reason for your low rating beforehand so I can try and fix the problem.
Requires Android 2.2 or later.
No other application needed to run.
* Microsoft Access 2000
* Microsoft Access 2002
* Microsoft Access 2003
* Microsoft Access 2007
* Microsoft Access 2010
* Microsoft Access 2013 (still doing quality assurance testing)
Panacea Database can handle the ACCDB or MDB (Jet) format.
The Panacea Database application workflow:
First, you can either scan your SD card for all ACCDB and MDB files, or browse your SD card for those files. Then you select the database you want to use.
The application then lists that database's tables. You then select the table of interest.
You can then iterate back and forth through the rows of that table.
The application also allows you to search for rows with a particular value in a particular column. The program will then display the rows which have that value for that column. The application allows for partial and case-insensitive text searches.
Panacea Database is completely free. We have an ad banner on top of pages.
App functionality is limited. Unfortunately, we can not conceive of a financially viable method where we would regularly add new features to the app. We figure honesty is the best policy. We have no plans to put in forms and the like in the foreseeable future. Even things like table sorting probably will not get done in 2014. We do some maintenance though - KitKat broke a lot of things so we fixed that up. New features are probably not on the horizon for 2014 though.
Panacea Database makes use of the LGPL license Jackcess library which is under the Lesser Gnu Public License. It also makes use of the Apache commons-land, commons-logging and log4j libraries, which are under the Apache 2.0 license.
- A-, B-, C-, D-, F-, G-, H-, J-, K-, L-, N-, R-Series Engine Specifications
- OBD0/OBD1/OBD2 ECU Fault Codes
- Transmission Specifications
- ECU List
- Bearing thickness chart
- ECU pinouts
The trademark "Honda" and any other product names, service names or logos of Honda used, quoted and/or referenced in this app are trademarks or registered trademarks of Honda or any of its affiliates. Other product names and/or company names used in the app may be protected as their trademarks and/or trade names.
1) Support Oracle and Postgresql SQL dialects
2) Include demo scheme with prefilled tables (similar scott/tiger scheme in oracle)
3) Support export/import SQL queries in/from external storage file
4) Tables and views browser
inside of their phone/tablet without having to copy the DB to their computer
(and later needing to copy them back to their phone).
It installs on your phone a Web Based SQLite Admin tool in which you can open from your computer.
If you just want to see if this software works, download it, install on your phone,
open it, start the server and go to "http://ip_address_of_your_phone:8080/" from your computer.
If you have no internet, connect your phone with the USB cable and type "adb forward tcp:8080 tcp:8080".
Afterwards, open http://localhost:8080/ from your computer.
Now just create a database or play around with an existing one.
To view/edit a database from an existing/your app:
It is possible for you to view/edit a DB from an existing app, but you will need permissions for that.
If you are rooted, just type:
adb shell su -c chmod 777 /data/data/com.apkcreator.apkname/databases/ /data/data/com.apkcreator.apkname/databases/*
hint: some apps make the DB not readable publicly every time they open, so be ready to type the command above many times.
If you can't root, use your own app to make this folders and files public writtable.
You may want to do this only on the debug version of your app.
Afterwards, open SQLite Admin for Android, open the sqliteDatabases.sqlite3 database and
add either the absolute folder path or absolute database path in the databases database.
If you wrote the path correctly AND there are permissions, the DB will automatically appear.
Warning: errors will only be shown if you close SQLite Admin for Android and open it again.
An alternative to this software would be com.peculiarcat.sqlbride, which takes a different approach.
Just like everything else, this software could not be done without the help of many:
Android Server for PHP (com.esminis.server.php) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.esminis.server.php
phpLite Admin (original source code + some monkeypatch of mine) ( http://code.google.com/p/phpliteadmin/ )
This software was written on a plane :)
This is actually a full blown single user PHP server on your phone. You can do whatever you want with it. Just check the www folder on your sdcard.
This software is open source and it's code is available on GitHub: https://github.com/marcosdiez/sqliteadminandroid/
Marcos Diez ( marcos AT unitron DOT com DOT br)