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    Default copy a db file

    HI,

    first of all I am not a programmer otherwise I wouldn't be asking this question here and just do it myself ... sorry for that!

    second, I would like to know if there is an app that let me take a backup of an db file whenever it has been changed.

    If the previous does not exist, what would be the easiest way to achieve this?

    I would like to copy my call_history.db and sms.db file to another backup file from the moment it has changed and each time create a new backup file...

    I know I will get questions what for ... but I think it is pretty obvious ...

    So who can put me in the right direction or even assist me in my question ... if there is any programming involved, we can always discuss any reward for the work done ...

    If I am breaking any site rules here then I am very sorry and delete this post please.

    Regards,
    Robsterino
    Last edited by robsterino; 05-27-2010 at 12:05 AM.



 

 

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