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    Arrow Saving data to device

    Hi there,
    So I'm not sure if I'm missing something here, but I can't find any reference to how to save data using a WRT widget app to the phone?

    I've written an app that gets feed data based on where in the app you're navigated to. I want to be able to cache or save the feed data, check if we've already got a cached / saved version of data, before using an internet connection to go get it.

    Can you save data to the device and if so what's the best way of doing it?
    Appreciate the clarity on this one.

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    Javier Zambrano Ferreira

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    Re: Saving data to device

    Thankyou very much for this. I've been playing with setPreferenceForKey() although I didn't know how much data I can store using this method and if this was the right way to be storing data - appreciate the clarification.

    Is there any plans to enable writing to a proper storage area, perhaps being able to save some XML for example do you know? - be good for future reference.
    Thanks again,

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