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MtpStorageInfo

public final class MtpStorageInfo
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.mtp.MtpStorageInfo


This class encapsulates information about a storage unit on an MTP device. This corresponds to the StorageInfo Dataset described in section 5.2.2 of the MTP specification.

Summary

Public methods

final String getDescription()

Returns the description string for the storage unit.

final long getFreeSpace()

Returns the amount of free space in the storage unit in bytes

final long getMaxCapacity()

Returns the maximum storage capacity for the storage unit in bytes

final int getStorageId()

Returns the storage ID for the storage unit.

final String getVolumeIdentifier()

Returns the volume identifier for the storage unit

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Public methods

getDescription

Added in API level 12
String getDescription ()

Returns the description string for the storage unit. This is typically displayed to the user in the user interface on the MTP host.

Returns
String the storage unit description

getFreeSpace

Added in API level 12
long getFreeSpace ()

Returns the amount of free space in the storage unit in bytes

Returns
long the amount of free space

getMaxCapacity

Added in API level 12
long getMaxCapacity ()

Returns the maximum storage capacity for the storage unit in bytes

Returns
long the maximum capacity

getStorageId

Added in API level 12
int getStorageId ()

Returns the storage ID for the storage unit. The storage ID uniquely identifies the storage unit on the MTP device.

Returns
int the storage ID

getVolumeIdentifier

Added in API level 12
String getVolumeIdentifier ()

Returns the volume identifier for the storage unit

Returns
String the storage volume identifier
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