Tag Archives: BroadcastReceiver

Get Battery Percentage in Android – Different Methods

By | September 25, 2017

We will see the different ways to get the battery percentage in Android. Method 1 Register a Broadcast Receiver Receive like this Method 2 Method 3 Note : Make sure you unregister the receiver when you don’t need.

Local broadcast events with LocalBroadcastManager in Android

By | March 1, 2016

LocalBroadcastManager is Helper to register for and send broadcasts of Intents to local objects within your process. This is has a number of advantages over sending global broadcasts with sendBroadcast(Intent): You know that the data you are broadcasting won’t leave your app, so don’t need to worry about leaking private data. It is not possible… Read More »

Adding Notifications, Reading Notifications, Getting number of notifications in Android M.

By | February 20, 2016

This demo will show how to 1. Create and add a new Notification, 2. How many notifications are active in the current Application? 3. Delegate method for Notification Deletion. For Adding a Notification we can use the following snippet. For reading the number of currently Active notifications we can use To know when a Notification… Read More »

How to get notified during an incoming call and get that number inside your program in ANDROID?

By | April 24, 2011

Hi all……. In today’s tutorial I will show you how to get the incoming phone number inside your application. In many situation we may need this. For this we need to have BoradCastReceivers. Inside this class we create an object of the TelephonyManager class ang register with the sytem service.Now we have to make another… Read More »

How to get the SMS sent to your emulator within your application? OR Get notified when an SMS arrives to your phone.

By | April 20, 2011

Actually these are done using services in ANDROID. These are called BroadcastReceivers.Your class has to extend the BroadcastReceiver class to get these broadcast events. But note that these services need to have an interface. So you will not see any UI on the device. But don’t think your application is not running or not installed.… Read More »