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if it would be so easy.... there are lots of documents in the documents folder... and nothing come restore after the device is wiped or installed on a new device.

so if the data is stored in the cloud without getting it back.. makes less sense or :) ?

 

if there is an idea or solution how to simply do as expected... putting filed in the documents folder and when the user install

the app on a new device or after a wipe the data come restored.... let me know



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We are releasing a plugin soon that allows you to write and read from the ios keychain. This data will persist between reinstalls.

The android version writes data to a specified folder on the filesystem, outside of your app, so it will persist across reinstalls, unless the user deletes it manually via a file manager tool.

This plugin might help your situation, although naturally it won't help if your user gets a new device.

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For Apple devices: The only way to restore *everything* (including keychain data etc) is to do a local backup of your device to your desktop with iTunes using the "Encrypt local backup" option. You find that option under the "Backups" section after selecting your device in the list in iTunes.

 

Using this method, I've successfully restored all data from one device to another after I've upgraded.



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@gremlin

 

whats about the data in the documents folder?

that would be really a releave

 

greets

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@gremlin

btw.. whats with the announced applovin plugin/// any news?

 

greets

chris



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@gremlin

whats about the data in the documents folder?
that would be really a releave

greets
chris


Hey.

It doesn't save or backup any data by itself. You are responsible for creating and updating the data using the functions provided by the plugin.

Cheers

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ok... but can i also backup data in the documents folder to the cloud?



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ok... but can i also backup data in the documents folder to the cloud?

This isn't cloud data, it's data that is tied to the devices keychain. Local data.

The point being that it can still be accessed if the app is reinstalled on the device. Or if they do what Ingemar said.

Regarding the applovin plugin, i don't recall ever saying that we were making one. We have no plans to make one I'm afraid.

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ok

 thanks... so its not interesting for me

 

2. sorry i thought u said it with applovin.. have to search seems someone else :)

 

thx

chris



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i looked again...

http://forums.coronalabs.com/topic/44892-1k-to-build-a-plugin-for-me/?hl=applovin

if it wasnt you, who posted that it will be published by you.. but coded by a 3rd party?

 

its written from gremlin interactive



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i looked again...
http://forums.coronalabs.com/topic/44892-1k-to-build-a-plugin-for-me/?hl=applovin
if it wasnt you, who posted that it will be published by you.. but coded by a 3rd party?

its written from gremlin interactive


Ah that, not sure of the status of that to be honest.

Btw. Why don't you use Coronium.io and use accounts for your users so you can keep their data backed up on a server? That way you could keep their data in sync and up to date all the time.

It's the best solution as the icloud idea isnt going to help you on Android of course


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