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sending the data after reading from record store

 
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i have read about the recordstore.
By this method i can write information to recordstore and read from recordstore.
so, my qun is:
1) in my mobile where will be the data of recordstore will be stored?
2) i am connecting my PC via data cable, how can i send the information stored in recordstore to my PC using that data cable (info should be readable too).
Please reply with possible solution.
I am working on this since 4 days and i am not able to get solution.
Waiting for a quick reply....
 
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hi himanshu,
I am really sorry as I am new for recordstore things, however I will check and if get something for you, will message you

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Lokesh
 
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hi himanshu.
i am sorry , i can only give you the answer of your 1st question,here it is:-

As per my knowledge of Record Management Store, data that we store in an record store is stored in the internal memory of our mobile phone device,because record store is a non-volatile memory..

I hope i given you satisfiable answer for your question.

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Dolly Bhawsar
 
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