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In this blog, we will learn about how to create Custom Broadcast Receiver in Android.
While app development there is many times a need to create your own receiver that can help you connect through changes in the device on which the application is running and you need to render these changes at runtime, like on notification received or receiving an SMS that might be in relation to your application.
I felt the need to create a receiver and implement it using an interface so that my whole application can be aware of the internet connection status of the device and I can update the use case as per the scenario.
One way, of course, was to create a check before every call and proceed accordingly but when you have many activities this would be a much more time-consuming and boring approach. So, I thought of creating a small Broadcast Reciever, that can detect the network change and help me achieve my purpose.
Implementing this was very easy, this indeed is very similar to using interfaces. Let’s start.
Now, let’s have a look at the code snippet.
Manifest file changes–>
Activity file changes–>
If you want to have a look at the exact working code for a network change please check below.
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