I have updated my com.KIO4_Terminal.aix extension.
With this extension you can execute many LINUX commands.
Comments on the use of these commands were posted on the App Inventor forums.
Using LINUX commands in App Inventor. Extension - App Showcase - MIT App Inventor Community
awk ::: base64 ::: basename ::: bunzip2 ::: bzcat ::: bzip2 ::: cal ::: cat ::: cksum ::: cp ::: curl ::: cut :::: date ::: dd ::: df ::: diff ::: dirname ::: du ::: echo ::: egrep ::: env ::: fgrep ::: file ::: find ::: ::: getprop ::: grep ::: gunzip ::: gzip ::: head ::: hostname ::: ifconfig ::: ip ::: ls ::: md5sum ::: mkdir ::: mount ::: mv ::: netstat ::: ping ::: printf ::: ps ::: rm ::: rmdir ::: sed ::: service ::: tail ::: tar ::: top ::: touch ::: toybox ::: tr ::: truncate ::: uptime ::: uudecode ::: uuencode ::: wc ::: zcat ::: zip_utils.
In this update I have added two blocks to be able to copy files from the assets.
Using the “CopyFromAssets” block we can copy an asset file to /mnt/sdcard/
Using the “AssetsToCacheDir” block we can copy an asset file to the CacheDir directory of the same application, it is affordable.
ListAllAssets, get a list from files in assets. CopyAllAssets, copy all user files from assets to dir in SdCard. CopyAllAssetsX, copy all files from assets to dir in SdCard. CopyFromAssets, copy a file from assets to dir in SdCard. PathFileAssets, get path file in assets when app is installed.
I’m So sorry, My mistake!
I meant , I couldn’t successfully copy image file from app assets to my phone storage,
By using this extension !
I’m new in kodular , and I’m Trying to know how to let the user of my apps sharing my assets app images !
use the file component to copy files from the assets to shared storage
It would really help if you provided a screenshot of your relevant blocks, so we can see what you are trying to do, and where the problem may be.
To get an image of your blocks, right click in the Blocks Editor and select “Download Blocks as Image”. You might want to use an image editor to crop etc. if required. Then post it here in the community.