No matching client found Error usually comes when you are using the FireBase SDK in your project. This is because you are missing the the ‘google-services.json’ file in your project. You may have added it, but in the wrong path. Android Studio will try to search for it in the ‘app’ directory. The Solution is… Read More »
Firebase errors usually comes when you have an outdated SDK. So the simple solution is to update the SDK. Open the SDK manager and check for the “extras” branch. Now check the Google Play Services and Google Repository. Once the update is complete, the firebase errors should be gone.
This is the most common errors that we see in Android Studio and very often it is easy to fix. Just follow these simple steps File -> Invalidate caches / Restart Shutdown Android Studio Rename/remove .gradle folder in the user home directory Restart Android Studio let it download all the Gradle stuff it needs Gradle… Read More »
JobScheduler class is used to schedule Jobs in Android. JobScheduler was added recently in API 21, so below that it will not work. Here is a simple example… Schedule a job that runs every 5 seconds. We need to create the JobSchedulerService class at first. AndroidManifest Just like a service, we need to add this… Read More »