kandi X-RAY | AndroidPermission Summary
kandi X-RAY | AndroidPermission Summary
Android 6.0+ 动态权限
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Register permission
- Choose a photo file
- Sets a permission
- Get photo file name
- Set a reset dialog listener
- This method is used to get photo zoom level
- Crop a photo
- Gets absolute path
- Cleans activity object
- Close photo
- OnClick callback
- Save a bitmap to a file
- Inflates the fragment that is used to show the fragment
- Gets the photo name
- Set the instance to be saved
- Checks if cancel is canceled
AndroidPermission Key Features
AndroidPermission Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on AndroidPermission
Is there a way to create and save text files outside of the Android/data folder in external storage? I am creating a music app and I added a preset manager so users can save, load, and edit preset files (which worked great before Android 11), I don’t want these files to be automatically removed if the app is uninstalled. That would be like if Photoshop deleted all of your Photoshop documents when Photoshop is uninstalled, that’s terrible! These are files that the user saves and they can be deleted separately if the user wants to.
There has to be a way around this but I haven’t been able to find anything that works.
ACTION_OPEN_DOCUMENT_TREE looked very promising, until I saw that Android has removed this option too.
You can no longer use the ACTION_OPEN_DOCUMENT_TREE intent action to request access to the following directories:
- The root directory of the internal storage volume.
- The root directory of each SD card volume that the device manufacturer considers to be reliable, regardless of whether the card is emulated or removable. A reliable volume is one that an app can successfully access most of the time.
- The Download directory.
I’ve read Google Play only allows
MANAGE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE in apps that need it (like file browsers, or anti-virus, etc) which likely will not work in my case. I don’t want to rely on only targeting older API’s so
requestLegacyExternalStorage won’t work either.
Everything I’ve looked into appears to be a dead end. Is there anything else I can do?
Here is a short test program (I’m using LibGDX), which at the moment can only save to the root location:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-02 at 06:58
A lott of fuss.
You can in the classic way save your files to the public Documents directory.
Or use SAF with ACTION_OPEN_DOCUMENT_TREE for that directory.
Both dont need 'all files access'.
I am a little bit confused. I am using the example from:
and I am trying to get the permission for the location on android, but it is always saying:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-08 at 12:36
Please try below code
and do one more thing
clean the gradle and
re-install the app and
I have a Xamarin Forms app on Android which uses the Xamarin.Essentials library.
The app requires to run in the background to be fed location data (not particularly relevant to the question in hand, but included for context), and so must not be put to sleep by any battery optimisations that the OS might attempt.
I know that the user can manually opt out specific apps from Battery Optimizations, but as it is so crucial to the successful operation of the app, I would like the app to be able to :
- check the Battery Optimization Opt-out permission status to ensure it is appropriately set,
- force Android to opt the app of any battery optimizations.
I have added an entry into AndroidManifest.xml, but it doesn't seem to help, with the newly-installed app defaulting to being Battery Optimized.AndroidManifest.xml
The manifest contains the following entry:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-23 at 15:11
MainActivity add two properties:
I am facing issues with my Ionic React Android App. I want to download a file to the Public Downloads Folder of Android, but I am always getting this error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-09 at 08:42
I finally solved the permission issue!
After requesting the permission like above, I needed to add following line:
I have an Ionic 5 app that I am using @ionic-native/file/ngx and the cordova-plugin-file plugin to read in a text file into my app on Android.
My code is as shown below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-19 at 07:25
Android implemented a new storage policy in Android 10 (API level 29) that is being enforced in Android 11 (API level 30) called Scoped Storage. By default it prevents an app from accessing the general file system, in your case the Downloads folder.
I suggest a long term solution of re-architecting your system to not require information from the Downloads folder since there might be sensitive information there that most apps should have no business accessing. If you do need access, however, there is a new permission you have to use: MANAGE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE.
For Android 10, a flag was added to cordova-plugin-file recently to ensure the OS uses the old file policy, so your code should work if you're using the latest plugin version. If you need to install it directly from the repo:
I'm trying to use API level 29 on my ionic app, and I require the app to ask the user for "Allow all the time" location. I've added all the suggested modifications.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-08 at 10:30
At the place where you are calling check permission for ACCESS_BACKGROUND_LOCATION, also check for ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION and if any of them is not found, call your requestPermissions method. This should help.
I am working on a Unity Android project where I use bluetooth scanning service. I started having problems in bluetooth connection when I upgraded to Android 10 (API 29). I am taking help from this post (link below) where it mentions that with Android 10 onwards one needs to include the
In Unity, I have written some code using a permission utility tool...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-13 at 15:23
It's just a string so pass the permission class that you want into it.
By adding MODIFY_AUDIO_SETTINGS permission to config.xml, my app will crash after run....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-15 at 07:51
The issue solved by adding permission to < config-file > tag.
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You can use AndroidPermission like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the AndroidPermission component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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