Developer Barış Atalay from Turkey has released a broadcast receiver component for Delphi XE7 Firemonkey. On Android a Broadcast Receiver is a service that listens for a broadcast to execute an action within an app (usually via an Intent). Previously he had released a broadcast receiver solution that required modifying the classes.dex file. This new component is a straight component with no classes.dex modifications needed. The component is free and there is a demo included which shows you how to use it. The demo app listens for a broadcast from Android on incoming phone calls. It checks for the phone number of the incoming phone call and displays it as a toast message. The blog post is in Turkish so you may want to use Google Chrome to translate it. This demo should also work with Appmethod without too much trouble.
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