This sample shows how to implement a simple documents provider using the storage access framework available in Android 4.4.
See Writing A Custom Document Provider guide for all the details on how to do this.
This sample uses the Gradle build system. To build this project, use the "gradlew build" command or use "Import Project" in Android Studio.
If you've found an error in this sample, please file an issue: https://github.com/googlesamples/android-StorageProvider
Patches are encouraged, and may be submitted by forking this project and submitting a pull request through GitHub. Please see CONTRIBUTING.md for more details.
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A simple launcher activity containing a summary sample description and a few action bar buttons.
Create a chain of targets that will receive log data
Manages documents and exposes them to the Android system for sharing.
@param projection the requested root column projection @return either the requested root column projection, or the default projection if the requested projection is null.
Get a file's MIME type * @param file the File object whose type we want @return the MIME type of the file
Get the MIME data type of a document, given its filename. * @param name the filename of the document @return the MIME data type of a document
Gets a string of unique MIME data types a directory supports, separated by newlines. This should not change. * @param parent the File for the parent directory @return a string of the unique MIME data types the parent directory supports
Get the document ID given a File. The document id must be consistent across time. Other applications may save the ID and use it to reference documents later.
This implementation is specific to this demo. It assumes only one root and is built directly from the file structure. However, it is possible for a document to be a child of multiple directories (for example "android" and "images"), in which case the file must have the same consistent, unique document ID in both cases. * @param file the File whose document ID you want @return the corresponding document ID
Add a representation of a file to a cursor. * @param result the cursor to modify @param docId the document ID representing the desired file (may be null if given file) @param file the File object representing the desired file (may be null if given docID) @throws java.io.FileNotFoundException
Translate your custom URI scheme into a File object. * @param docId the document ID representing the desired file @return a File represented by the given document ID @throws java.io.FileNotFoundException
Preload sample files packaged in the apk into the internal storage directory. This is a dummy function specific to this demo. The MyCloud mock cloud service doesn't actually have a backend, so it simulates by reading content from the device's internal storage.
Write a file to internal storage. Used to set up our dummy "cloud server". * @param resId the resource ID of the file to write to internal storage @param extension the file extension (ex. .png, .mp3)
Dummy function to determine whether the user is logged in.