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SubscriptionManager.OnSubscriptionsChangedListener

public static class SubscriptionManager.OnSubscriptionsChangedListener
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.telephony.SubscriptionManager.OnSubscriptionsChangedListener


A listener class for monitoring changes to SubscriptionInfo records.

Override the onSubscriptionsChanged method in the object that extends this class and pass it to addOnSubscriptionsChangedListener(OnSubscriptionsChangedListener) to register your listener and to unregister invoke removeOnSubscriptionsChangedListener(OnSubscriptionsChangedListener)

Permissions android.Manifest.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE is required for #onSubscriptionsChanged to be invoked.

Summary

Public constructors

SubscriptionManager.OnSubscriptionsChangedListener()

Public methods

void onSubscriptionsChanged()

Callback invoked when there is any change to any SubscriptionInfo.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Public constructors

SubscriptionManager.OnSubscriptionsChangedListener

added in API level 22
SubscriptionManager.OnSubscriptionsChangedListener ()

Public methods

onSubscriptionsChanged

added in API level 22
void onSubscriptionsChanged ()

Callback invoked when there is any change to any SubscriptionInfo. Typically this method would invoke getActiveSubscriptionInfoList()

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