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How do I share Application resources between two apps in Android Air

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I have two air applications installed on Android 2.2. What I want to do is load App2.swf into a movieclip in App1.swf.

 

Is this possible?

 

If I include App2.swf in the APK all works fine. But what I want to do is either load it from a second application folder or from /sdcard/dropbox/App2.swf

 

My load command var mRequest:URLRequest = new URLRequest("file://sdcard/dropbox/App2.swf"); // But it doesn't work !!!
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I do not know Air, but in Android you might create a URI (not L) resource to load a file from the SD card.  
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I did not manage to share app resources. I went and included all resources in one application.
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