Tano Tano -4 years ago 471
Java Question

Android Call Intent Permission

I am trying to implement a call function in my application I have the following code:

Intent phoneCall = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_CALL);

I added in the manifest file the required permission, but it still gives me the following error:

Call requires permission which may be rejected by user: code should explicitly check to see if permission is available (with `checkPermission`) or explicitly handle a potential `SecurityException` less... (Ctrl+F1)
This inspection looks at Android API calls and ensures that the correct type of resource is passed to an int-parameter expecting resources of a given type; it checks that APIs which expect an RGB color integer are passed actual colors rather than color resources; it checks that APIs which require a certain permission have the permission declared in the manifest; it checks that parameters expected to fall within a given range actually do; it checks that results of certain method calls are looked at by the caller, and so on.

Do you know how I can fix that ://

Answer Source

Since your Target Sdk version is 23, you need to ask users permissions at run time. Although you still need to include permissions in Manifest.xml.

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