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Notification.DecoratedCustomViewStyle

public static class Notification.DecoratedCustomViewStyle
extends Notification.Style

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.app.Notification.Style
     ↳ android.app.Notification.DecoratedCustomViewStyle


Notification style for custom views that are decorated by the system

Instead of providing a notification that is completely custom, a developer can set this style and still obtain system decorations like the notification header with the expand affordance and actions.

Use setCustomContentView(RemoteViews), setCustomBigContentView(RemoteViews) and setCustomHeadsUpContentView(RemoteViews) to set the corresponding custom views to display. To use this style with your Notification, feed it to setStyle(android.app.Notification.Style) like so:

 Notification noti = new Notification.Builder()
     .setSmallIcon(R.drawable.ic_stat_player)
     .setLargeIcon(albumArtBitmap))
     .setCustomContentView(contentView);
     .setStyle(new Notification.DecoratedCustomViewStyle())
     .build();
 

Summary

Inherited fields

From class android.app.Notification.Style

Public constructors

Notification.DecoratedCustomViewStyle()

Inherited methods

From class android.app.Notification.Style
From class java.lang.Object

Public constructors

Notification.DecoratedCustomViewStyle

added in API level 24
Notification.DecoratedCustomViewStyle ()

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