I'm having a weird issue that is causing a conflict. I had to switch to native
to fix it, but there are bugs with that.
My original problem: I have a navigation drawer setup with
To ask for permission in one of my Fragments I call
ActivityCompat.requestPermissions(getActivity(), Manifest.permission.ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION, 1);
The prompt shows up just fine, but when I accept or deny the permission, nothing happens. The callback
is never called. Instead it gets called in the Activity that my Fragments are attached to. Useless to me, I need the callback to work in the Fragment.
With this in mind I was told that I need to use
, but that only works with
native Fragments (v13+)
, so I changed navigation drawer to work from native Fragments instead of the v4 support library Fragments. However
, because I'm using AppCompatActivity, certain things do not work, like
and going back to a previous fragment.
Long story short, does anyone know how I can use the
and still call for permission in the
and get the callback to be in the
? I feel like this is a bug in Android that hasn't been addressed but I'm not 100%.
Sorry if this is a little longwinded. Let me know if you need to see my code, it's just the standard methods that you need for runtime permissions, I would like to work with v4 Fragments though which doesn't work from my understanding.
Thanks for any advice you have to offer!