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MediaRouter

class MediaRouter
kotlin.Any
   ↳ androidx.mediarouter.media.MediaRouter

MediaRouter allows applications to control the routing of media channels and streams from the current device to external speakers and destination devices.

A MediaRouter instance is retrieved through getInstance. Applications can query the media router about the currently selected route and its capabilities to determine how to send content to the route's destination. Applications can also send control requests to the route to ask the route's destination to perform certain remote control functions such as playing media.

See also MediaRouteProvider for information on how an application can publish new media routes to the media router.

The media router API is not thread-safe; all interactions with it must be done from the main thread of the process.

Summary

Nested classes
abstract

Interface for receiving events about media routing changes.

abstract

Callback which is invoked with the result of a media control request.

abstract

Listener for receiving events when the selected route is about to be changed.

Provides information about a media route provider.

Provides information about a media route.

Constants
static Int

Flag for isRouteAvailable: Ignore the default route.

static Int

Flag for isRouteAvailable: Require an actual route to be matched.

static Int

Flag for #addCallback: Request passive route discovery while this callback is registered, even on low-RAM devices.

static Int

Flag for #addCallback: Actively scan for routes while this callback is registered.

static Int

Flag for #addCallback: Request passive route discovery while this callback is registered, except on low-RAM devices.

static Int

Flag for #addCallback: Do not filter route events.

static Int

Passed to MediaRouteProvider.RouteController#onUnselect(int), Callback#onRouteUnselected(MediaRouter, RouteInfo, int) and Callback#onRouteSelected(MediaRouter, RouteInfo, int) when the user pressed the disconnect button to disconnect and keep playing.

static Int

Passed to MediaRouteProvider.RouteController#onUnselect(int), Callback#onRouteUnselected(MediaRouter, RouteInfo, int) and Callback#onRouteSelected(MediaRouter, RouteInfo, int) when the user selected a different route.

static Int

Passed to MediaRouteProvider.RouteController#onUnselect(int), Callback#onRouteUnselected(MediaRouter, RouteInfo, int) and Callback#onRouteSelected(MediaRouter, RouteInfo, int) when the user pressed the stop casting button.

static Int

Passed to MediaRouteProvider.RouteController#onUnselect(int), Callback#onRouteUnselected(MediaRouter, RouteInfo, int) and Callback#onRouteSelected(MediaRouter, RouteInfo, int) when the reason the route was unselected is unknown.

Public methods
Unit

Registers a callback to discover routes that match the selector and to receive events when they change.

Unit
addCallback(@NonNull selector: MediaRouteSelector, @NonNull callback: MediaRouter.Callback, flags: Int)

Registers a callback to discover routes that match the selector and to receive events when they change.

Unit
addProvider(@NonNull providerInstance: MediaRouteProvider)

Registers a media route provider within this application process.

Unit
addRemoteControlClient(@NonNull remoteControlClient: Any)

Adds a remote control client to enable remote control of the volume of the selected route.

MediaRouter.RouteInfo!

Gets a bluetooth route for playing media content on the system.

MediaRouter.RouteInfo

Gets the default route for playing media content on the system.

static MediaRouter!
getInstance(@NonNull context: Context)

Gets an instance of the media router service associated with the context.

MediaSessionCompat.Token!

MutableList<MediaRouter.ProviderInfo!>!

Gets information about the route providers currently known to this media router.

MediaRouterParams?

Gets parameters of the media router service associated with this media router.

MutableList<MediaRouter.RouteInfo!>!

Gets information about the routes currently known to this media router.

MediaRouter.RouteInfo

Gets the currently selected route.

Boolean
isRouteAvailable(@NonNull selector: MediaRouteSelector, flags: Int)

Returns true if there is a route that matches the specified selector.

Unit

Removes the specified callback.

Unit
removeProvider(@NonNull providerInstance: MediaRouteProvider)

Unregisters a media route provider within this application process.

Unit
removeRemoteControlClient(@NonNull remoteControlClient: Any)

Removes a remote control client.

Unit

Selects the specified route.

Unit
setMediaSession(mediaSession: Any!)

Sets the media session to enable remote control of the volume of the selected route.

Unit

Sets a compat media session to enable remote control of the volume of the selected route.

Unit

Sets a listener for receiving events when the selected route is about to be changed.

Unit
setRouterParams(@Nullable params: MediaRouterParams?)

Sets parameters of the media router service associated with this media router.

Unit
unselect(reason: Int)

Unselects the current route and selects the default route instead.

MediaRouter.RouteInfo

Returns the selected route if it matches the specified selector, otherwise selects the default route and returns it.

Constants

AVAILABILITY_FLAG_IGNORE_DEFAULT_ROUTE

static val AVAILABILITY_FLAG_IGNORE_DEFAULT_ROUTE: Int

Flag for isRouteAvailable: Ignore the default route.

This flag is used to determine whether a matching non-default route is available. This constraint may be used to decide whether to offer the route chooser dialog to the user. There is no point offering the chooser if there are no non-default choices.

Value: 1 << 0

AVAILABILITY_FLAG_REQUIRE_MATCH

static val AVAILABILITY_FLAG_REQUIRE_MATCH: Int

Flag for isRouteAvailable: Require an actual route to be matched.

If this flag is not set, then isRouteAvailable will return true if it is possible to discover a matching route even if discovery is not in progress or if no matching route has yet been found. This feature is used to save resources by removing the need to perform passive route discovery on low-RAM devices.

If this flag is set, then isRouteAvailable will only return true if a matching route has actually been discovered.

Value: 1 << 1

CALLBACK_FLAG_FORCE_DISCOVERY

static val CALLBACK_FLAG_FORCE_DISCOVERY: Int

Flag for #addCallback: Request passive route discovery while this callback is registered, even on low-RAM devices.

This flag has a significant performance impact on low-RAM devices since it may cause many media route providers to be started simultaneously. It is much better to use CALLBACK_FLAG_REQUEST_DISCOVERY instead to avoid performing passive discovery on these devices altogether. Refer to addCallback for details.

Value: 1 << 3

CALLBACK_FLAG_PERFORM_ACTIVE_SCAN

static val CALLBACK_FLAG_PERFORM_ACTIVE_SCAN: Int

Flag for #addCallback: Actively scan for routes while this callback is registered.

When this flag is specified, the media router will actively scan for new routes. Certain routes, such as wifi display routes, may not be discoverable except when actively scanning. This flag is typically used when the route picker dialog has been opened by the user to ensure that the route information is up to date.

Active scanning may consume a significant amount of power and may have intrusive effects on wireless connectivity. Therefore it is important that active scanning only be requested when it is actually needed to satisfy a user request to discover and select a new route.

This flag implies CALLBACK_FLAG_REQUEST_DISCOVERY but performing active scans is much more expensive than a normal discovery request.

Value: 1 << 0

CALLBACK_FLAG_REQUEST_DISCOVERY

static val CALLBACK_FLAG_REQUEST_DISCOVERY: Int

Flag for #addCallback: Request passive route discovery while this callback is registered, except on low-RAM devices.

When this flag is specified, the media router will try to discover routes. Although route discovery is intended to be efficient, checking for new routes may result in some network activity and could slowly drain the battery. Therefore applications should only specify CALLBACK_FLAG_REQUEST_DISCOVERY when they are running in the foreground and would like to provide the user with the option of connecting to new routes.

Applications should typically add a callback using this flag in the activity's onStart method and remove it in the onStop method. The MediaRouteDiscoveryFragment fragment may also be used for this purpose.

On low-RAM devices this flag will be ignored. Refer to addCallback for details.

Value: 1 << 2

CALLBACK_FLAG_UNFILTERED_EVENTS

static val CALLBACK_FLAG_UNFILTERED_EVENTS: Int

Flag for #addCallback: Do not filter route events.

When this flag is specified, the callback will be i