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Manage shared preferences with fragments

Manage shared preferences with fragments: Building Flexible Android Apps with the Fragments API
Manage shared preferences with fragments: Building Flexible Android Apps with the Fragments API

So far, I’ve described how to use fragments to manage multiple screens, to define and present dialogs to the user, and how to use them with a ViewPager container. Fragments are also used in shared preference screens - those lists of options that you can present to let the user to manage the app’s settings. Like dialogs, fragments are important here for how they’re managed by the application framework. By wrapping your preferences interface in a fragment, it can survive orientation and other configuration changes at runtime.

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