[ACCEPTED]-Using shared preferences editor-sharedpreferences

Accepted answer
Score: 37

Edit: Of course! Those statements cannot 3 be put directly into the class at that level 2 and must be inside a method, something like 1 this:

public class QuizActivity extends Activity {
    public static final String GAME_PREFERENCES = "GamePrefs";

    public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState)

        SharedPreferences settings = getSharedPreferences(GAME_PREFERENCES, MODE_PRIVATE);
        SharedPreferences.Editor prefEditor = settings.edit();
        prefEditor.putString("UserName", "John Doe");
        prefEditor.putInt("UserAge", 22);
        prefEditor.putString("Gender", "Male");
Score: 3

I think you may missed up OnCreate() method 4 ,let be sure you should place the shared 3 preference in your OnCreate() method... i 2 just edited your code go through it

please 1 go through the code...below

public class A extends Activity {
static SharedPreferences settings;
 public static final String PREFS_NAME = "YourPrefName";

    public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        settings = getSharedPreferences(PREFS_NAME, 0);
Log.v("UserName"," - "+settings.getString("username","android"));
SharedPreferences.Editor editor = settings.edit();          
            editor.putString("username","Change Android");          

Log.v("UserName after changed editing preference key value"," - "+settings.getString("username","android"));


Score: 0

SharedPreferences will work out side a onCreate() method 1 as long as it has a context:

SharedPreferences settings = getAplicationContext().getSharedPreferences(GAME_PREFERENCES, MODE_PRIVATE);

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