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Notification.CarExtender.Builder

public static class Notification.CarExtender.Builder
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.app.Notification.CarExtender.Builder


Builder class for Notification.CarExtender.UnreadConversation objects.

Summary

Public constructors

Notification.CarExtender.Builder(String name)

Constructs a new builder for Notification.CarExtender.UnreadConversation.

Public methods

Notification.CarExtender.Builder addMessage(String message)

Appends a new unread message to the list of messages for this conversation.

Notification.CarExtender.UnreadConversation build()

Builds a new unread conversation object.

Notification.CarExtender.Builder setLatestTimestamp(long timestamp)

Sets the timestamp of the most recent message in an unread conversation.

Notification.CarExtender.Builder setReadPendingIntent(PendingIntent pendingIntent)

Sets the pending intent that will be sent once the messages in this notification are read.

Notification.CarExtender.Builder setReplyAction(PendingIntent pendingIntent, RemoteInput remoteInput)

Sets the pending intent and remote input which will convey the reply to this notification.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Public constructors

Notification.CarExtender.Builder

added in API level 23
Notification.CarExtender.Builder (String name)

Constructs a new builder for Notification.CarExtender.UnreadConversation.

Parameters
name String: The name of the other participant in the conversation.

Public methods

addMessage

added in API level 23
Notification.CarExtender.Builder addMessage (String message)

Appends a new unread message to the list of messages for this conversation. The messages should be added from oldest to newest.

Parameters
message String: The text of the new unread message.
Returns
Notification.CarExtender.Builder This object for method chaining.

build

added in API level 23
Notification.CarExtender.UnreadConversation build ()

Builds a new unread conversation object.

Returns
Notification.CarExtender.UnreadConversation The new unread conversation object.

setLatestTimestamp

added in API level 23
Notification.CarExtender.Builder setLatestTimestamp (long timestamp)

Sets the timestamp of the most recent message in an unread conversation. If a messaging notification has been posted by your application and has not yet been cancelled, posting a later notification with the same id and tag but without a newer timestamp may result in Android Auto not displaying a heads up notification for the later notification.

Parameters
timestamp long: The timestamp of the most recent message in the conversation.
Returns
Notification.CarExtender.Builder This object for method chaining.

setReadPendingIntent

added in API level 23
Notification.CarExtender.Builder setReadPendingIntent (PendingIntent pendingIntent)

Sets the pending intent that will be sent once the messages in this notification are read.

Parameters
pendingIntent PendingIntent: The pending intent to use.
Returns
Notification.CarExtender.Builder This object for method chaining.

setReplyAction

added in API level 23
Notification.CarExtender.Builder setReplyAction (PendingIntent pendingIntent, 
                RemoteInput remoteInput)

Sets the pending intent and remote input which will convey the reply to this notification.

Parameters
pendingIntent PendingIntent: The pending intent which will be triggered on a reply.
remoteInput RemoteInput: The remote input parcelable which will carry the reply.
Returns
Notification.CarExtender.Builder This object for method chaining.

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