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SQLScout 3.1.0 Released

We are proud to announce SQLScout 3.1.0!

This version includes integration with Android Studio’s Device File Explorer, improved offline Android database connections, and bug fixes.

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1. Debug and manage any Android database from the Device File Explorer

Connect to any database in an Android device from Android Studio’s Device File Explorer. Simply select a database file, right-click and select “Connect to Database.”


2. Download and connect to databases in Android 7 (Nougat) or later

In previous SQLScout versions, it was possible to connect to databases in Android 7 or later only through the “Live Connection” feature. Now you can download any Android database for offline use.

3. Android databases now can be downloaded to a user-defined folder

In previous SQLScout versions, Android databases were automatically stored in the IDE’s cache, resulting in corrupt database connections when IDE settings were not migrated when upgrading Android Studio.
To avoid this issue, in SQLScout 3.1 you can specify where to store Android database files. Simply go to the SQLite settings in the “Preferences” page and select the folder in the “Database folder” field.

4. Bug fixes

SQLScout 3.1 fixes bugs related to database connections and license management.

Enjoy!

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