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Manage shared preferences with Java

Manage shared preferences with Java: Android Development Essential Training: Local Data Storage
Manage shared preferences with Java: Android Development Essential Training: Local Data Storage

When you manage preferences with Java, you can use either a single preferences set known as the default preferences for your app’s context, or you can create named preference sets. Each preference set will be represented as an instance of the SharedPreference class. For this demonstration, we're working with a virtual device that runs on Android 6.

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