I'm moving part of my code done in a B4XPage into a Standard Class.
In this code i've a Runtime Permission CheckAndRequest that requires the "Wait For" block
Private Sub BeginBLEscan
I built an app that requires the iSpeechRecognition, the phone ask for permission of the Microphone usage, and speech recognition the first time I need to use it.
There is a why to prompt the dialog BEFORE I actually need it? (or wait for the user answer?)
and more important... if...
I created a permission test app to see how it works and this simple app does ask the user for the READ_PHONE_STATE permission so I know the manifest editor is set up correctly but the flow of coding ignores the statements following the CheckAndRequest statement.
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I'm facing a weird problem while trying to understand Android's Runtimepermission.
I've followed the Erel's tutorial here:
It seems that does not matter what is the setting give to a resource...