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SharedPreferences problem

 
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I have this code:



But I get this error:

Couldn't create directory for SharedPreferences file /data/data/org.quens.xno/shared_prefs/org.quens.xno.xml

I don't knwo what's the problem. I tried to look up on the net, but no results.
 
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Is org.quens.xno the application you are writing? Because it looks like you don't have permissions to write in that context.
 
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No it is the package. This code is from the class org.quens.xno.MainActivity.
 
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Hrm... are you testing in the emulator or on your real phone? What version of Android? There seemed to be a problem with Samsung in version 2.x that had this problem. Another thing to try would be to use the android adb tools to connect to the device and see if the file already exists - perhaps another app had created one with the same name?
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