MediaRouteButton

public class MediaRouteButton
extends View

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.view.View
     ↳ androidx.mediarouter.app.MediaRouteButton


The media route button allows the user to select routes and to control the currently selected route.

The application must specify the kinds of routes that the user should be allowed to select by specifying a selector with the setRouteSelector(MediaRouteSelector) method.

When the default route is selected, the button will appear in an inactive state indicating that the application is not connected to a route. Clicking on the button opens a MediaRouteChooserDialog to allow the user to select a route. If no non-default routes match the selector and it is not possible for an active scan to discover any matching routes, then the button is disabled and cannot be clicked unless setAlwaysVisible(boolean) is called.

When a non-default route is selected, the button will appear in an active state indicating that the application is connected to a route of the kind that it wants to use. The button may also appear in an intermediary connecting state if the route is in the process of connecting to the destination but has not yet completed doing so. In either case, clicking on the button opens a MediaRouteControllerDialog to allow the user to control or disconnect from the current route.

Prerequisites

To use the media route button, the activity must be a subclass of FragmentActivity from the android.support.v4 support library. Refer to support library documentation for details.

Summary

Inherited constants