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MediaStore.Audio

public static final class MediaStore.Audio
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.provider.MediaStore.Audio


Container for all audio content.

Summary

Nested classes

interface MediaStore.Audio.AlbumColumns

Columns representing an album  

class MediaStore.Audio.Albums

Contains artists for audio files  

interface MediaStore.Audio.ArtistColumns

Columns representing an artist  

class MediaStore.Audio.Artists

Contains artists for audio files  

interface MediaStore.Audio.AudioColumns

Columns for audio file that show up in multiple tables. 

class MediaStore.Audio.Genres

Contains all genres for audio files  

interface MediaStore.Audio.GenresColumns

Columns representing an audio genre  

class MediaStore.Audio.Media

 

class MediaStore.Audio.Playlists

Contains playlists for audio files  

interface MediaStore.Audio.PlaylistsColumns

Columns representing a playlist  

class MediaStore.Audio.Radio

 

Public constructors

MediaStore.Audio()

Public methods

static String keyFor(String name)

Converts a name to a "key" that can be used for grouping, sorting and searching.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Public constructors

MediaStore.Audio

Added in API level 1
MediaStore.Audio ()

Public methods

keyFor

Added in API level 1
String keyFor (String name)

Converts a name to a "key" that can be used for grouping, sorting and searching. The rules that govern this conversion are: - remove 'special' characters like ()[]'!?., - remove leading/trailing spaces - convert everything to lowercase - remove leading "the ", "an " and "a " - remove trailing ", the|an|a" - remove accents. This step leaves us with CollationKey data, which is not human readable

Parameters
name String: The artist or album name to convert
Returns
String The "key" for the given name.
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