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Android Question

How to check permission SYSTEM_ALERT_WINDOW is granted on Android Lollipop?

Note that I'm talking about Android Lollipop. For android 6.0 we can use method

canDrawOverlays()
to check that
SYSTEM_ALERT_WINDOW
is granted or not.

With Android Lollipop, almost devices grant this permission by default. But on some devices of Xiaomi, Meizu.. it is not granted. Users need to go to the App info to allow it.

How can we check it programmatically to warn users?

Answer

in MIUI use

public static boolean isMiuiFloatWindowOpAllowed(@NonNull Context context) {
    final int version = Build.VERSION.SDK_INT;

    if (version >= 19) {
        return checkOp(context, OP_SYSTEM_ALERT_WINDOW); //See AppOpsManager.OP_SYSTEM_ALERT_WINDOW=24 /*@hide/
    } else {
        return (context.getApplicationInfo().flags & 1<<27) == 1;
    }
}

public static boolean checkOp(Context context, int op, String packageName, int uid) {
    final int version = Build.VERSION.SDK_INT;

    if (version >= 19) {
        AppOpsManager manager = (AppOpsManager) context.getSystemService(Context.APP_OPS_SERVICE);
        try {
            return (AppOpsManager.MODE_ALLOWED == (Integer) ReflectUtils.invokeMethod(manager, "checkOp", op, uid, packageName));
        } catch (Exception e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }
    } else {
        Flog.e("Below API 19 cannot invoke!");
    }
    return false;
}

ReflectUtils.java

public static Object invokeMethod(@NonNull Object receiver, String methodName, Object... methodArgs) throws Exception {
    Class<?>[] argsClass = null;
    if (methodArgs != null && methodArgs.length != 0) {
        int length = methodArgs.length;
        argsClass = new Class[length];
        for (int i=0; i<length; i++) {
            argsClass[i] = getBaseTypeClass(methodArgs[i].getClass());
        }
    }

    Method method = receiver.getClass().getMethod(methodName, argsClass);
    return method.invoke(receiver, methodArgs);
}