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For some reason and others, I want to avoid Android's official SQLite implementation.

Requirements:

  • SQLite format
  • Has SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE
  • The most implemented operations the better
  • Basic WHERE, with indexes
  • Indexes are updated
  • Open Source

Note: I recently ported SQLJet to Android, and I just saw the website of SQLdroid (not sure what it does). I am surprised I can't find any fork of Android's SQLite, that could be acceptable as well.

  • TitaniumBackup brings its own SQLite library. Not sure whether it's a fork or just a "specific version", but you might contact Joël and ask him. – Izzy May 30 '14 at 6:26

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