kandi X-RAY | android-intent Summary
kandi X-RAY | android-intent Summary
Using CatchIntent makes it easy to create notes from your application. CatchNotesIntegration is a sample Eclipse project which demonstrates how to use the Intent. Be sure to check out the documentation on the wiki.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- View the notes
- Display the install notes dialog
- Display the upgrade notes dialog
- Display the notes page
- Returns true if notes are installed
- Starts an intent to show the notes intent
- Display an error dialog
- Start the catch note
- Register a voice note
android-intent Key Features
android-intent Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on android-intent
I have read a couple of similar questions (Android intent filter for a particular file extension?, Creating app which opens a custom file extension, Associating App with Epub format), but my question is slightly different. Sorry for the long post with pictures, but it would be better to see what I mean.
I want to open custom file type from applications like File explorer. My intent filter looks like:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-02 at 08:19
I wanted a similar behavior before for
.smbf file extension in my app. These are the final settings that I had reached.
Looking at intent.resolveActivity != null but launching the intent throws an ActivityNotFound exception I wrote opening a browser or an application with Deep linking:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-12 at 03:24
This appears to be due to the new restrictions on "package visibility" introduced in Android 11.
Basically, starting with API level 30, if you're targeting that version or higher, your app cannot see, or directly interact with, most external packages without explicitly requesting allowance, either through a blanket
QUERY_ALL_PACKAGES permission, or by including an appropriate
element in your manifest.
Indeed, your first snippet works as expected with that permission, or with an appropriate
element in the manifest; for example:
I found this native android code for what I am trying to achieve...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-24 at 19:28
Turns out you can't send data with an intent with the built in sendIntent api, however there's a handy library that's capable of doing that (react-native-send-intent).
So now I am able to achieve what I wanted like so:
I have a list of openCV Mat and trying to pass all my list from Activity1 to Activity2 but I don't know how to implement it. I already saw this link for send only 1 mat but sending Mat one by one doesn't seem to be a solution....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-20 at 09:39
Mat class implements parcelable interface, this is an official link.
After that, below codes should work:
Since my Google Maps app updated recently, now version 10.11.1, the following code does not show the label as expected, documented, and previously working:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Apr-02 at 07:21
No solution still even with latest map update 10.12.1 the label still does not show even if the documentation still says it should I've created an issue on Google's Issue tracker: https://issuetracker.google.com/issues/129726279
hopefully we'll have some information shortly.
What do I need:
Open google maps application from my ReactNative app with a point on certain coordinates. And show a balloon (ideally with some information inside)
Does anyone know how to solve the moment?...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Nov-25 at 14:23
You can not change marker in Google Maps Intents. if you want to show custom marker you have to use google maps api in Application and draw you own layer over the map.
if you want to use google map api in react native use react-native-maps it provide native map components.
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Nov-13 at 19:38
I'm going through the the Android Developer Tutorials and I encountered a line of code that I do not understand.
This is the line of code (found on 4th page of the Android Developer tutorials.)...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Apr-14 at 16:11
But what kind of implicit intent is being created here?
Intent, to view the requested URL.
can I think of Android as going through all the classes in my phone and seeing which one has the intent filter that can possibly handle the data and creating the intent structure to start this class that it found?
Activities are registered in the manifest. The OS basically has a database of all registered activities and their
details, and it uses that database to find candidates for any given implicit
Does it simply choose the default or ask the user to choose what app it wants to run in on?
That depends on a variety of factors, including:
Whether the user chose a default handler for that sort of
Intent(e.g., chose a default Web browser)
Whether you wrap the
Intent.createChooser()to force a chooser
Whether an app has registered an app link for the URL
If the intent has already been linked to a class to start, why bother with intent.resolveActivity(getPackageManager()) at all?
Because there may be zero activities to handle the
Intent. Even for something as common as a Web browser, the specific user might not have access to a browser app (secondary user profiles, etc.). If you try starting an activity, and there is no match, you get an
ActivityNotFoundException, so this check is trying to avoid such an exception.
but would I be sort-of correct in saying that Intent.ACTION_VIEW runs intent.resolveActivity(getPackageManager()) or another function that does similar and somehow incorporates the class it returns into my intent?
Not really. It would be more correct to say that
resolveActivity() queries the database that I mentioned to see what would handle the
Intent, if anything.
what is inside the package manager class?
A little bit of Java code. It is mostly an IPC gateway to a core OS process, serving to query the database of installed apps, their capabilities, etc.
I added this code to my manifest, in order to handle sharing from Instagram to my application:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Nov-12 at 22:08
getExtras() method, I discovered there is only one extra:
android.intent.extra.TEXT, which contains the URL of the Instagram publication that is shared from Instagram to my app.
So, to get it, write:
String url = intent.getStringExtra("android.intent.extra.TEXT");
Waiting for confirmations...! :) In particular: is there any legal mean to get the image (or video), the comments and the legend of the publication (the legend is the text the Instagramer write while posting the image or video and it appears just below the media, and above the comments)?
I have read several questions and answers in the forum, without getting a reason for why my manifest registered Activity is not being executed (and previously was)
I have ensured that the Manifest is correctly spelled.
I have rebuilt the project
I have invalidated the Android Studio cache
I have altered the scheme with
content and others, without any difference in behavior (clicking in a File, in a File Browser showing as no application options, when it used to behave correctly in the same device, and same application)
This was working, and the Activity was being requested (when a File was clicked) however, it has then stopped working, and I am unable to understand why.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Sep-20 at 12:52
The issue was an update, in the "File Browser" application, that altered
com.sec.android.app.myfiles.PICK_DATA, thus rendering the concept of "View Intent" invalid.
This is for "Samsung" only. In other Devices, the system is behaving as expected
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use android-intent 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 android-intent 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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