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The following code samples were recently published. You can download them in the Android SDK Manager under the Samples for SDK component for Android 6.0 (API 23).

Note: The downloadable projects are designed for use with Gradle and Android Studio.

Active Notification

This sample demonstrates how to use the NotificationManager to tell you how many notifications your app is currently showing.

Auto Backup for Apps

Android 6.0 (API level 23) introduces automatic backup for app settings. This sample demonstrates how to add filtering rules to an app to manage settings backup.

Camera 2 Raw

This sample demonstrates how to use the Camera2 API to capture RAW camera buffers and save them as DNG files.

Confirm Credential

This sample demonstrates how to use device credentials as an authentication method in your app.

Device Owner

This sample demonstrates how to use the device owner features to manage and configure a device.

Direct Share

This sample demonstrates how to provide the Direct Share feature. The app shows some options directly in the list of share intent candidates.

Fingerprint Dialog

This sample demonstrates how to recognize registered fingerprints to authenticate your app's user.

MidiScope

This sample demonstrates how to use the MIDI API to receive and process MIDI signals coming from an attached input device.

MidiSynth

This sample demonstrates how to use the MIDI API to receive and play MIDI messages coming from an attached input device.

NFC Provisioning

This sample demonstrates how to use NFC to provision other devices with a specific device owner.

RuntimePermissions

This sample shows runtime permissions available in Android 6.0 (API level 23) and higher. Display the log on screen to follow the execution. If executed on an Android 6.0 device, the app displays an additional option to access contacts using an 6.0-only optional permission.

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