This Cordova demo app implements the SMS Receive plugin to get any received SMS from the device. Notice that this requires SMS permission granted by the user. Additionally, the SMS permission for Play Store submitted apps now requires the app to be set as the default SMS manager, and a permission declaration must be submitted and approved by the store,
- Android 5.1 or higher device / emulator
- SMS permission granted by the user (prompted on first run)
- Play Store apps: app set as default SMS manager + permission declaration approved
Start listening for incoming SMS messages. This will request SMS permission to the user if not yet granted.
- Both success and error callbacks will react to SMS arrival events as well.
- Android 5.1 grants permission by default because the individual permission request dialog was added in Android 6.
Stops listening for incoming SMS. Always invoke this method after you have received the required SMS to prevent memory leaks.
Triggered when a new SMS has arrived. You need call startWatch first.
- Success in reading incoming SMS will trigger the startWatch success callback.
- Failure in reading incoming SMS will trigger the startWatch error callback.
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More plugin demos
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