MyObjectBoxfile) for each module. Just make sure to pass different database names when building your BoxStore.
AndroidManifest.xmlas recommended by Google. This turns off compression. However, this allows Google Play to optimally compress APKs before downloading them to each device (see download size above) and reduces the size of your app updates (on Android 6.0 or newer). Read this Android developers post for details. It also avoids issues that might occur when extracting the libraries.
data.mdband is typically located in a subdirectory called
objectbox(or any name you passed to BoxStoreBuilder). On Android, the DB file is located inside the app’s files directory inside
objectbox/<yourname>if you assigned the custom name
BoxStoreand then delete the database files using
BoxStore.deleteAllFiles(objectBoxDirectory). To avoid having to close
BoxStoredelete files before building it, e.g. during app start-up.