Provides callbacks that are called when the client is connected or disconnected from the
service. Most applications implement
onConnected(Bundle) to start making
|int||CAUSE_NETWORK_LOST||A suspension cause informing you that a peer device connection was lost.|
|int||CAUSE_SERVICE_DISCONNECTED||A suspension cause informing that the service has been killed.|
Called when the client is temporarily in a disconnected state.
A suspension cause informing you that a peer device connection was lost.
A suspension cause informing that the service has been killed.
connect(), this method will be invoked
asynchronously when the connect request has successfully completed. After this callback,
the application can make requests on other methods provided by the client and expect that
no user intervention is required to call methods that use account and scopes provided to
the client constructor.
Note that the contents of the
connectionHint Bundle are defined by the specific
services. Please see the documentation of the specific implementation of
GoogleApiClient you are using for more information.
|connectionHint||Bundle of data provided to clients by Google Play services. May be null if no content is provided by the service.|
Called when the client is temporarily in a disconnected state. This can happen if there
is a problem with the remote service (e.g. a crash or resource problem causes it to be
killed by the system). When called, all requests have been canceled and no outstanding
listeners will be executed. GoogleApiClient will automatically attempt to restore the
connection. Applications should disable UI components that require the service, and wait
for a call to
onConnected(Bundle) to re-enable them.
|cause||The reason for the disconnection. Defined by constants