Does anyone know if I could export my whole (native) calendar entries, or at least one of the synced calenders, as a file? Or where to find the actual files on android?
The situation is weird. I have a shared Google calendar which somehow got nearly all dates wiped today on all devices but mine, because I was out of WiFi range. The idea of one in our group was that I export all events, and try to re-upload them into the shared calendar.
Never tried that before, quick websearch did not really help.
Funnily I have checked just today where the calendars are stored (after having it backed up earlier).
You can find the calendar in /data/data/com.android.providers.calendar/databases/calendar.db
I had a look with OI File Explorer. I don’t seem to have a sub-directory /data/data?
FTR, I turned on WiFi again on my FP, the calendars are set to sync, and I still got the old calender (with all entries) on my phone - when I check my Google Calendar online, however, the entries are gone.
I don’t get it. Has something gone seriously wrong when restoring my calendar after the last factory reset? But why is the group’s calendar then wiped?
Just a thought;
It could be that the sub-directory /data/data is a hidden file.
So you have to tell that you want to see hidden files as well.
You can export, synch, save and edit your Android Calander and Contacts on your PC with the great Freeware tool “MyPhoneExplorer”: http://www.fjsoft.at/en/
I did. OI File Manager has a menu setting for that, which is AFAIR defaulted to display hidden files.
Thanks, @mgkoeln. I’ll look into this ASAP.