cordova.plugins.diagnostic
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    Overview

    This Cordova/Phonegap plugin for iOS, Android and Windows 10 UWP is used to manage device settings such as Location, Bluetooth and WiFi. It enables management of run-time permissions, device hardware and core OS features.

    The plugin is registered in on npm as cordova.plugins.diagnostic

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    I dedicate a considerable amount of my free time to developing and maintaining this Cordova plugin, along with my other Open Source software. To help ensure this plugin is kept updated, new features are added and bugfixes are implemented quickly, please donate a couple of dollars (or a little more if you can stretch) as this will help me to afford to dedicate time to its maintenance. Please consider donating if you're using this plugin in an app that makes you money, if you're being paid to make the app, if you're asking for new features or priority bug fixes.

    Important notes

    Minimum supported versions

    • Cordova CLI: cordova@9.0.0
    • Android platform: cordova-android@8.0.0 (recommended version cordova-android@9.0.0)
      • Android version: Android 5.0 (API 21)
    • iOS platform: cordova-ios@5.0.0
      • iOS 10.0

    Note: If you need to support older OS versions, please use an older version of this plugin.

    Native environment required

    Note that this plugin is intended for use in a native mobile environment. It will NOT work in a browser-emulated Cordova environment, for example by running cordova serve or using the Ripple emulator.

    Building for Android

    In order to avoid build problems with Android, please make sure you have the latest versions of the following Android SDK components installed:

    • Android SDK Tools
    • Android SDK Platform-tools
    • Android SDK Build-tools
    • Target SDK Platform - e.g. Android 10.0 (API 29)
    • Google Repository
    • Make sure you have a supported version of the cordova-android platform installed.
      • You can check if the Android platform in your Cordova project is up-to-date using cordova platform check android and if it's not, update it using cordova platform rm android && cordova platform add android@latest.
      • Since cordova.plugins.diagnostic@6 the recommended Cordova Android platform version is cordova-android@9.0.0 (which includes AndroidX support).
      • To use this plugin with cordova-android@8, install cordova-plugin-androidx and cordova-plugin-androidx-adapter.
    • Phonegap Build uses should use the latest available CLI version (listed here) by specifying using the phonegap-version tag in your config.xml.

    Installation

    Using the Cordova/Phonegap/Ionic CLI

    $ cordova plugin add cordova.plugins.diagnostic
    $ cordova plugin add cordova.plugins.diagnostic --variable ANDROIDX_VERSION=1.0.0
    $ phonegap plugin add cordova.plugins.diagnostic
    $ ionic cordova plugin add cordova.plugins.diagnostic
    

    AndroidX Library

    This plugin uses/depends on the AndroidX (Jetpack) libraries (these supersede the Android Support Library which is no longer used by this plugin since cordova.plugins.diagnostic@6).

    This plugin pins default versions of the legacy and appcompat versions of the library in its plugin.xml however you can override these to specify different versions using the ANDROIDX_VERSION (legacy) and ANDROIDX_APPCOMPAT_VERSION variables at plugin installation time, for example:

    $ cordova plugin add cordova.plugins.diagnostic --variable ANDROIDX_VERSION=1.0.0 --variable ANDROIDX_APPCOMPAT_VERSION=1.3.1
    

    Specifying modules

    Since cordova.plugins.diagnostic@4 the plugin is split into optional functional modules. The reason for this is so you can choose to install only those parts of the plugin you'll use and therefore not install redundant code/components/frameworks.

    By default, all the modules will be added to your project when you install the plugin.

    You can specify which modules are installed by adding a <preference> to your config.xml which specifies the modules you wish to add as a space-separated list. Module names should be capitalised.

    The preference takes the form:

    <preference name="cordova.plugins.diagnostic.modules" value="[list of modules]" />
    

    For example, to explicitly include all optional modules:

    <preference name="cordova.plugins.diagnostic.modules" value="LOCATION BLUETOOTH WIFI CAMERA NOTIFICATIONS MICROPHONE CONTACTS CALENDAR REMINDERS MOTION NFC EXTERNAL_STORAGE" />
    

    To install only the core module and no optional modules, leave the preference value blank:

    <preference name="cordova.plugins.diagnostic.modules" value="" />
    

    Available modules

    The following optional modules are currently supported by the plugin:

    IMPORTANT: It's vital that the preference be added to your config.xml before you install the plugin, otherwise the preference will not be applied and all modules will be added. This is because, due to limitations of the Cordova CLI hooks, this plugin must use the npm install process to apply the module preferences and this runs before the Cordova CLI when installing a plugin. If you change the modules specified in the preference, you'll need to uninstall then re-install the plugin to your project to apply the changes.

    Reporting issues

    IMPORTANT: Please read the following carefully. Failure to follow the issue template guidelines below will result in the issue being immediately closed.

    Reporting a bug or problem

    Before opening a bug issue, please do the following:

    • DO NOT open issues asking for support in using/integrating the plugin into your project
      • Only open issues for suspected bugs/issues with the plugin that are generic and will affect other users
      • I don't have time to offer free technical support: this is free open-source software
      • Ask for help on StackOverflow, Ionic Forums, etc.
      • Use the example project as a known working reference
      • Any issues requesting support will be closed immediately.
    • DO NOT open issues related to the Ionic Typescript wrapper for this plugin
      • This is owned/maintained by Ionic and is not part of this plugin
      • Please raise such issues/PRs against Ionic Native instead.
      • To verify an if an issue is caused by this plugin or its Typescript wrapper, please re-test using the vanilla Javascript plugin interface (without the Ionic Native wrapper).
      • Any issue opened here which is obviously an Ionic Typescript wrapper issue will be closed immediately.
    • Read the above documentation thoroughly
    • Check the CHANGELOG for any breaking changes that may be causing your issue.
    • Check a similar issue (open or closed) does not already exist against this plugin.
      • Duplicates or near-duplicates will be closed immediately.
    • When creating a new issue
      • Choose the "Bug report" template
      • Fill out the relevant sections of the template and delete irrelevant sections
      • WARNING: Failure to complete the issue template will result in the issue being closed immediately.
    • Reproduce the issue using the example project
      • This will eliminate bugs in your code or conflicts with other code as possible causes of the issue
      • This will also validate your development environment using a known working codebase
      • If reproducing the issue using the example project is not possible, create an isolated test project that you are able to share
    • Include full verbose console output when reporting build issues
      • If the full console output is too large to insert directly into the Github issue, then post it on an external site such as Pastebin and link to it from the issue
      • Often the details of an error causing a build failure is hidden away when building with the CLI
        • To get the full detailed console output, append the --verbose flag to CLI build commands
        • e.g. cordova build ios --verbose
      • Failure to include the full console output will result in the issue being closed immediately
    • If the issue relates to the plugin documentation (and not the code), please of a documentation issue

    Requesting a new feature

    Before opening a feature request issue, please do the following:

    • Check the above documentation to ensure the feature you are requesting doesn't already exist
    • Check the list if open/closed issues to check if there's a reason that feature hasn't been included already
    • Ensure the feature you are requesting is actually possible to implement and generically useful to other users than yourself
    • Where possible, post a link to the documentation related to the feature you are requesting
    • Include other relevant links, e.g.
      • Stack Overflow post illustrating a solution
      • Code within another Github repo that illustrates a solution

    Usage

    The core plugin module is exposed via the global cordova.plugins.diagnostic object and it aliases all functions and properties of the other optional modules. If a function is called on the core module for an optional module which is not installed, a JS error will be raised by the core module.

    Core module

    Purpose: Generic and miscellaneous functionality.

    Platforms: Android, iOS and Windows 10 UWP

    Configuration name: N/A - always installed, regardless of whether the module preference key is present in config.xml.

    switchToSettings()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Opens settings page for this app.

    On Android, this opens the "App Info" page in the Settings app.

    On iOS, this opens the app settings page in the Settings app.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.switchToSettings(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when switch to settings is successful.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when switch to settings encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.switchToSettings(function(){
        console.log("Successfully switched to Settings app");
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    switchToWirelessSettings()

    Platforms: Android

    Switches to the wireless settings page in the Settings app. Allows configuration of wireless controls such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Mobile networks.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.switchToWirelessSettings();
    

    switchToMobileDataSettings()

    Platforms: Android and Windows 10 UWP

    Displays mobile settings to allow user to enable mobile data.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.switchToMobileDataSettings();
    

    permissionStatus constants

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Both Android and iOS define constants for requesting and reporting the various permission states.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus
    

    Android

    The following permission states are defined for Android:

    • NOT_REQUESTED - App has not yet requested access to this permission. App can request permission and user will be prompted to allow/deny.
    • DENIED_ONCE - User denied access to this permission (without checking "Never Ask Again" box). App can request permission again and user will be prompted again to allow/deny again.
    • DENIED_ALWAYS - User denied access to this permission and checked "Never Ask Again" box. App can never ask for permission again. The only way around this is to instruct the user to manually change the permission on the app permissions page in Settings.
    • GRANTED - User granted access to this permission or the device is running Android 5.x or below.

    Since it's impossible to distinguish between NOT_REQUESTED and DENIED_ALWAYS using the native Android runtime permissions API (they both return the same constant value), this plugin attempts to distinguish the difference by using HTML5 local storage to keep track of which permissions have been requested since the app was first installed. On requesting a permission for the first time, an entry is put into local storage against the permission name. If the user then selects DENY_ALWAYS, the plugin uses the flag in local storage to distinguish this from NOT_REQUESTED.

    Some things to watch out for:

    • Clearing local storage will result in this data being lost and will result in NOT_REQUESTED being returned even if the user previously chose to always deny permission.
    • If the relevant <uses-permission> tag is missing from the Android manifest, then the native API will return the NOT_REQUESTED/DENIED_ALWAYS constant value. Since the plugin is unable to make the native permissions request in order to show the native dialog, the plugin will always return NOT_REQUESTED.

    If Android Autobackup is enabled (which it is by default ), Android does not backup app permissions after uninstall but does backup HTML5 local storage. This may lead to a permission being reported by the plugin as DENIED_ALWAYS when the actual status is NOT_REQUESTED. To avoid this you may want to disable Android Autobackup. You can do this using the cordova-custom-config plugin, for example:

    <platform name="android">
        <plugin name="cordova-custom-config" version="*"/>
        <custom-preference name="android-manifest/application/@android:allowBackup" value="false" />
        <custom-preference name="android-manifest/application/@android:fullBackupContent" value="false" />
    </platform>
    

    iOS

    The following permission states are defined for iOS:

    • NOT_REQUESTED - App has not yet requested access to this permission. App can request permission and user will be prompted to allow/deny.
    • DENIED_ALWAYS - User denied access to this permission. App can never ask for permission again. The only way around this is to instruct the user to manually change the permission in Settings.
    • RESTRICTED - Permission is unavailable and user cannot enable it. For example, when parental controls are in effect for the current user.
    • GRANTED - User granted access to this permission. For location permission, this indicates the user has granted access to the permission "always" (when app is both in foreground and background).
    • GRANTED_WHEN_IN_USE - Used only for location permission. Indicates the user has granted access to the permission "when in use" (only when the app is in the foreground).

    Example

    if(somePermissionStatus === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED){
        // Do something
    }
    

    getPermissionAuthorizationStatus()

    Platforms: Android

    Returns the current authorisation status for a given permission.

    Note: this is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will always return GRANTED status as permissions are already granted at installation time.

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - function to call on successful retrieval of status. The function is passed a single string parameter which defines the current permission status
    • {Function} errorCallback - function to call on failure to retrieve authorisation status. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.
    • {String} permission - permission to request authorisation status for, defined as a runtime permission constant.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getPermissionAuthorizationStatus(function(status){
        switch(status){
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED:
                console.log("Permission granted to use the camera");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.NOT_REQUESTED:
                console.log("Permission to use the camera has not been requested yet");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ONCE:
                console.log("Permission denied to use the camera - ask again?");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS:
                console.log("Permission permanently denied to use the camera - guess we won't be using it then!");
                break;
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    }, cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.CAMERA);
    

    getPermissionsAuthorizationStatus()

    Platforms: Android

    Returns the current authorisation status for multiple permissions.

    Note: this is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will always return GRANTED status as permissions are already granted at installation time.

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - function to call on successful retrieval of status. The function is passed a single object parameter which defines a key/value map, where the key is the requested runtime permission, and the value is the current permission status.
    • {Function} errorCallback - function to call on failure to retrieve authorisation status. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.
    • {Array} permissions - list of permissions to request authorisation statuses for, defined as runtime permission constants.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getPermissionsAuthorizationStatus(function(statuses){
        for (var permission in statuses){
            switch(statuses[permission]){
                case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED:
                    console.log("Permission granted to use "+permission);
                    break;
                case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.NOT_REQUESTED:
                    console.log("Permission to use "+permission+" has not been requested yet");
                    break;
                case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ONCE:
                    console.log("Permission denied to use "+permission+" - ask again?");
                    break;
                case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS:
                    console.log("Permission permanently denied to use "+permission+" - guess we won't be using it then!");
                    break;
            }
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    },[
        cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION,
        cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION
    ]);
    

    requestRuntimePermission()

    Platforms: Android

    Requests app to be granted authorisation for a runtime permission.

    Note: this is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will have no effect as the permissions are already granted at installation time.

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - function to call on successful request for runtime permission. The function is passed a single string parameter which defines the resulting permission status
    • {Function} errorCallback - function to call on failure to request authorisation. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.
    • {String} permission - permission to request authorisation for, defined as a runtime permission constant.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestRuntimePermission(function(status){
        switch(status){
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED:
                console.log("Permission granted to use the camera");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.NOT_REQUESTED:
                console.log("Permission to use the camera has not been requested yet");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ONCe:
                console.log("Permission denied to use the camera - ask again?");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS:
                console.log("Permission permanently denied to use the camera - guess we won't be using it then!");
                break;
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    }, cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.CAMERA);
    

    requestRuntimePermissions()

    Platforms: Android

    Requests app to be granted authorisation for multiple runtime permissions.

    Note: this is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will always return GRANTED status as permissions are already granted at installation time.

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - function to call on successful request for runtime permissions. The function is passed a single object parameter which defines a key/value map, where the key is the runtime permission to request, and the value is the current permission status.
    • {Function} errorCallback - function to call on failure to request authorisation. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.
    • {Array} permissions - list of permissions to request authorisation for, defined as runtime permission constants.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestRuntimePermissions(function(statuses){
        for (var permission in statuses){
            switch(statuses[permission]){
                case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED:
                    console.log("Permission granted to use "+permission);
                    break;
                case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.NOT_REQUESTED:
                    console.log("Permission to use "+permission+" has not been requested yet");
                    break;
                case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ONCE:
                    console.log("Permission denied to use "+permission+" - ask again?");
                    break;
                case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS:
                    console.log("Permission permanently denied to use "+permission+" - guess we won't be using it then!");
                    break;
            }
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    },[
        cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION,
        cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION
    ]);
    

    isRequestingPermission()

    Platforms: Android

    Indicates if the plugin is currently requesting a runtime permission via the native API. Note that only one request can be made concurrently because the native API cannot handle concurrent requests, so the plugin will invoke the error callback if attempting to make more than one simultaneous request. Multiple permission requests should be grouped into a single call since the native API is setup to handle batch requests of multiple permission groups.

    var isRequesting = cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isRequestingPermission();
    

    Example usage

    var isRequesting = cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isRequestingPermission();
    if(!isRequesting){
        requestSomePermissions();
    }else{
        cordova.plugins.diagnostic.registerPermissionRequestCompleteHandler(function(statuses){
            cordova.plugins.diagnostic.registerPermissionRequestCompleteHandler(null); // de-register handler after single call
            requestSomePermissions();
        });
    }
    

    registerPermissionRequestCompleteHandler()

    Platforms: Android

    Registers a function to be called when a runtime permission request has completed. Pass in a falsey value to de-register the currently registered function.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.registerPermissionRequestCompleteHandler(successCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when a runtime permission request has completed. The function is passed a single object parameter which defines a key/value map, where the key is the permission requested (defined as a value in cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission) and the value is the resulting authorisation status of that permission as a value in cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.

    Example usage

    function onPermissionRequestComplete(statuses){
        console.info("Permission request complete");
        for (var permission in statuses){
            switch(statuses[permission]){
                case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED:
                    console.log("Permission granted to use "+permission);
                    break;
                case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.NOT_REQUESTED:
                    console.log("Permission to use "+permission+" has not been requested yet");
                    break;
                case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ONCE:
                    console.log("Permission denied to use "+permission);
                    break;
                case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS:
                    console.log("Permission permanently denied to use "+permission);
                    break;
            }
        }
        cordova.plugins.diagnostic.registerPermissionRequestCompleteHandler(null); // de-register handler
    }
    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.registerPermissionRequestCompleteHandler(onPermissionRequestComplete);
    

    isDataRoamingEnabled()

    Platforms: Android

    Checks if the device data roaming setting is enabled. Returns true if data roaming is enabled.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isDataRoamingEnabled(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when the operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if data roaming is enabled.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isDataRoamingEnabled(function(enabled){
        console.log("Data roaming is " + (enabled ? "enabled" : "disabled"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    isADBModeEnabled()

    Platforms: Android

    Checks if the device setting for ADB(debug) is switched on. Returns true if ADB(debug) setting is switched on.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isADBModeEnabled(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if ADB mode(debug mode) is switched on.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isADBModeEnabled(function(enabled){
        console.log("ADB mode(debug mode) is " + (enabled ? "enabled" : "disabled"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    isDeviceRooted()

    Platforms: Android

    Checks if the device is rooted. Returns true if the device is rooted.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isDeviceRooted(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if the device is rooted.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isDeviceRooted(function(rooted){
        console.log("device is " + (rooted ? "rooted" : "not rooted"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    isBackgroundRefreshAuthorized()

    Platforms: iOS

    Checks if the application is authorized for background refresh.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isBackgroundRefreshAuthorized(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if background refresh access is authorized for use.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isBackgroundRefreshAuthorized(function(authorized){
        console.log("App is " + (authorized ? "authorized" : "not authorized") + " to perform background refresh");
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    getBackgroundRefreshStatus()

    Platforms: iOS

    Returns the background refresh authorization status for the application.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getBackgroundRefreshStatus(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter which indicates the authorization status as a permissionStatus constant.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getBackgroundRefreshStatus(function(status){
        if(status === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED){
            console.log("Background refresh is allowed");
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    cpuArchitecture constants

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Defines constants for the various CPU architectures of the current hardware returned by getArchitecture().

        cordova.plugins.diagnostic.cpuArchitecture
    

    Android

    • UNKNOWN - Unknown CPU architecture
    • ARMv6 - ARM v6 or below (32 bit)
    • ARMv7 - ARM v7 (32 bit)
    • ARMv8 - ARM v8 (64 bit)
    • X86 - Intel x86 (32 bit)
    • X86_64 - Intel x86 (64 bit)
    • MIPS - MIPS (32 bit)
    • MIPS_64 - MIPS (64 bit)

    iOS

    • UNKNOWN - Unknown CPU architecture
    • ARMv6 - ARM v6 or below (32 bit)
    • ARMv7 - ARM v7 (32 bit)
    • ARMv8 - ARM v8 (64 bit)
    • X86 - Intel x86 (32 bit)
    • X86_64 - Intel x86 (64 bit)

    Example usage

    See getArchitecture().

    getArchitecture()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Returns the CPU architecture of the current device.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getArchitecture(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which indicates the location authorization status as a cpuArchitecture constant.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getArchitecture(function(arch){
        if(arch === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.cpuArchitecture.X86
        || arch === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.cpuArchitecture.X86_64){
            console.log("Intel inside");
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error(error);
    });
    

    restart()

    Platforms: Android

    Restarts the application. By default, a "warm" restart will be performed in which the main Cordova activity is immediately restarted, causing the Webview instance to be recreated.

    However, if the cold parameter is set to true, then the application will be "cold" restarted, meaning a system exit will be performed, causing the entire application to be restarted. This is useful if you want to fully reset the native application state but will cause the application to briefly disappear and re-appear.

    Note: There is no successCallback() since if the operation is successful, the application will restart immediately before any success callback can be applied.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.restart(errorCallback, cold);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.
    • {Boolean} cold - if true the application will be cold restarted. Defaults to false.

    Example usage

    var onError = function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    }
    
    // Warm restart
    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.restart(onError, false);
        
    // Cold restart
    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.restart(onError, true);
    

    enableDebug()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Enables debug mode, which logs native debug messages to the native and JS consoles.

    • For Android, log messages will appear in the native logcat output and in the JS console if Chrome Developer Tools is connected to the app Webview.

    • For iOS, log messages will appear in the native Xcode console output and in the JS console if Safari Web Inspector is connected to the app Webview.

    • Debug mode is initially disabled on plugin initialisation.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.enableDebug(successCallback);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when debug has been enabled.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.enableDebug(function(){
        console.log("Debug is enabled"));
    });
    

    getCurrentBatteryLevel()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Returns the current battery level of the device as a percentage.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getCurrentBatteryLevel(successCallback, successCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single int parameter which indicates the current battery level percentage.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getCurrentBatteryLevel(function(level){
        console.log(`Current battery level is ${level}%`);
    });    
    

    Location module

    Purpose: Location/GPS functionality

    Platforms: Android, iOS and Windows 10 UWP

    Configuration name: LOCATION

    locationMode constants

    Platforms: Android

    Defines constants for the various location modes on Android.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationMode
    

    Values

    • HIGH_ACCURACY - GPS hardware, network triangulation and Wifi network IDs (high and low accuracy)
    • BATTERY_SAVING - Network triangulation and Wifi network IDs (low accuracy)
    • DEVICE_ONLY - GPS hardware (high accuracy)
    • LOCATION_OFF - Location services disabled (no accuracy)

    Example

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getLocationMode(function(locationMode){
        switch(locationMode){
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationMode.HIGH_ACCURACY:
                console.log("High accuracy");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationMode.BATTERY_SAVING:
                console.log("Battery saving");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationMode.DEVICE_ONLY:
                console.log("Device only");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationMode.LOCATION_OFF:
                console.log("Location off");
                break;
        }
    },function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    locationAuthorizationMode constants

    Platforms: Android & iOS

    Defines constants for the various location authorization modes on iOS and Android >= 10.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationAuthorizationMode
    

    Values

    • ALWAYS - Requires constant access to location in order to track position, even when the screen is off or the app is in the background.
    • WHEN_IN_USE - Requires access to location when the screen is on and the app is displayed.

    Example

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestLocationAuthorization(function(status){
        console.log(status);
    }, function(error){
        console.error(error);
    }, cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationAuthorizationMode.ALWAYS);
    

    locationAccuracyAuthorization constants

    Platforms: iOS

    • Defines constants for the various location accuracy authorization states on iOS 14+.

    • See CLAccuracyAuthorization.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationAccuracyAuthorization

    Values

    • FULL - The user authorized the app to access location data with full accuracy.
    • REDUCED - The user authorized the app to access location data with reduced accuracy (~1-20 km).

    Example

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationAccuracyAuthorization(function(accuracy){
        console.log(accuracy);
    }, function(error){
        console.error(error);
    });
    

    isLocationAvailable()

    Platforms: Android, iOS and Windows 10 UWP

    Checks if app is able to access device location.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isLocationAvailable(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    On iOS and Windows 10 UWP this returns true if both the device setting is enabled AND the application is authorized to use location. When location is enabled, the locations returned are by a mixture GPS hardware, network triangulation and Wifi network IDs.

    On Android, this returns true if Location mode is enabled and any mode is selected (e.g. Battery saving, Device only, High accuracy) AND if the app is authorised to use location. When location is enabled, the locations returned are dependent on the location mode:

    • Battery saving = network triangulation and Wifi network IDs (low accuracy)
    • Device only = GPS hardware only (high accuracy)
    • High accuracy = GPS hardware, network triangulation and Wifi network IDs (high and low accuracy)

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if location is available for use.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isLocationAvailable(function(available){
        console.log("Location is " + (available ? "available" : "not available"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    isLocationEnabled()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Returns true if the device setting for location is on. On Android this returns true if Location Mode is switched on. On iOS this returns true if Location Services is switched on.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isLocationEnabled(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if location setting is enabled.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isLocationEnabled(function(enabled){
        console.log("Location setting is " + (enabled ? "enabled" : "disabled"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    isGpsLocationAvailable()

    Platforms: Android

    Checks if high-accuracy locations are available to the app from GPS hardware. Returns true if Location mode is enabled and is set to "Device only" or "High accuracy" AND if the app is authorised to use location.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isGpsLocationAvailable(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if high-accuracy GPS-based location is available.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isGpsLocationAvailable(function(available){
        console.log("GPS location is " + (available ? "available" : "not available"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    isGpsLocationEnabled()

    Platforms: Android

    Checks if the device location setting is set to return high-accuracy locations from GPS hardware. Returns true if Location mode is enabled and is set to either:

    • Device only = GPS hardware only (high accuracy)

    • High accuracy = GPS hardware, network triangulation and Wifi network IDs (high and low accuracy)

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isGpsLocationEnabled(successCallback, errorCallback);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if device setting is set to return high-accuracy GPS-based location.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isGpsLocationEnabled(function(enabled){
        console.log("GPS location is " + (enabled ? "enabled" : "disabled"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    isNetworkLocationAvailable()

    Platforms: Android

    Checks if low-accuracy locations are available to the app from network triangulation/WiFi access points. Returns true if Location mode is enabled and is set to "Battery saving" or "High accuracy" AND if the app is authorised to use location.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isNetworkLocationAvailable(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if low-accuracy network-based location is available.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isNetworkLocationAvailable(function(available){
        console.log("Network location is " + (available ? "available" : "not available"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    isNetworkLocationEnabled()

    Platforms: Android

    Checks if location mode is set to return low-accuracy locations from network triangulation/WiFi access points Returns true if Location mode is enabled and is set to either:

    • Battery saving = network triangulation and Wifi network IDs (low accuracy)

    • High accuracy = GPS hardware, network triangulation and Wifi network IDs (high and low accuracy)

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isNetworkLocationEnabled(successCallback, errorCallback);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if device setting is set to return low-accuracy network-based location.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isNetworkLocationEnabled(function(enabled){
        console.log("Network location is " + (enabled ? "enabled" : "disabled"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    getLocationMode()

    Platforms: Android

    Returns the current location mode setting for the device.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getLocationMode(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter indicating the current location mode as a constant in cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationMode.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getLocationMode(function(locationMode){
        switch(locationMode){
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationMode.HIGH_ACCURACY:
                console.log("High accuracy");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationMode.BATTERY_SAVING:
                console.log("Battery saving");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationMode.DEVICE_ONLY:
                console.log("Device only");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationMode.LOCATION_OFF:
                console.log("Location off");
                break;
        }
    },function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    isLocationAuthorized()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Checks if the application is authorized to use location.

    Notes for Android:

    • This is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will always return GRANTED status as permissions are already granted at installation time.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isLocationAuthorized(successCallback, errorCallback);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter. On iOS this will return TRUE if application is authorized to use location either "when in use" (only in foreground) OR "always" (foreground and background). On Android this will return TRUE if the app currently has runtime authorisation to use location.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isLocationAuthorized(function(authorized){
        console.log("Location is " + (authorized ? "authorized" : "unauthorized"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    getLocationAuthorizationStatus()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Returns the location authorization status for the application.

    Note for Android: this is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will always return GRANTED status as permissions are already granted at installation time.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getLocationAuthorizationStatus(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter which indicates the location authorization status as a permissionStatus constant.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example iOS usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getLocationAuthorizationStatus(function(status){
       switch(status){
           case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.NOT_REQUESTED:
               console.log("Permission not requested");
               break;
           case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS:
               console.log("Permission denied");
               break;
           case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED:
               console.log("Permission granted always");
               break;
           case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED_WHEN_IN_USE:
               console.log("Permission granted only when in use");
               break;
       }
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    Example Android usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getLocationAuthorizationStatus(function(status){
        switch(status){
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.NOT_REQUESTED:
                console.log("Permission not requested");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ONCE:
                console.log("Permission denied");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS:
                console.log("Permission permanently denied");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED:
               console.log("Permission granted always");
               break;    
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED_WHEN_IN_USE:
               console.log("Permission granted only when in use (Android >= 10)");
               break; 
           
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error(error);
    });
    

    requestLocationAuthorization()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Requests location authorization for the application.

    Notes for iOS:

    • Authorization can be requested to use location either "when in use" (only in foreground) or "always" (foreground and background).
    • This should only be called if authorization status is NOT_REQUESTED - calling it when in any other state will have no effect.
    • When calling this function, the messages contained in the NSLocationWhenInUseUsageDescription and NSLocationAlwaysAndWhenInUseUsageDescription (iOS 11+) / NSLocationAlwaysUsageDescription (iOS 10) .plist keys are displayed to the user when requesting to use location always or when in use, respectively; this plugin provides default messages, but you should override them with your specific reason for requesting access - see the iOS usage description messages section for how to customise them.

    Notes for Android:

    • This is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will have no effect as the permissions are already granted at installation time.

    • The successCallback is invoked in response to the user's choice in the permission dialog and is passed the resulting authorization status.

    • When the plugin is running in an app built with the Android 10 / API 29 or above (and running on similar device) you can request background location permission by specifying the mode argument as cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationAuthorizationMode.ALWAYS.

      • If the build SDK/device version is <= Android 9 / API 28, granting location permission implicitly grants background location permission.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestLocationAuthorization(successCallback, errorCallback, mode);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - Invoked in response to the user's choice in the permission dialog. It is passed a single string parameter which defines the resulting authorisation status.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.
    • {String} mode - (optional / iOS & Android >= 10) location authorization mode specified as a locationAuthorizationMode constant. If not specified, defaults to WHEN_IN_USE.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestLocationAuthorization(function(status){
        switch(status){
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.NOT_REQUESTED:
                console.log("Permission not requested");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS:
                console.log("Permission denied");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED:
                console.log("Permission granted always");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED_WHEN_IN_USE:
                console.log("Permission granted only when in use");
                break;
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error(error);
    }, cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationAuthorizationMode.ALWAYS);
    

    registerLocationStateChangeHandler()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Registers a function to be called when a change in Location state occurs. Pass in a falsey value to de-register the currently registered function.

    This is triggered when Location state changes so is useful for detecting changes made in quick settings which would not result in pause/resume events being fired.

    On Android, this occurs when the Location Mode is changed.

    On iOS, this occurs when location authorization status is changed. This can be triggered either by the user's response to a location permission authorization dialog, by the user turning on/off Location Services, or by the user changing the Location authorization state specifically for your app.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.registerLocationStateChangeHandler(successCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - function call when a change in location state occurs. On Android, the function is passed a single string parameter defined as a constant in cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationMode. On iOS, the function is passed a single string parameter indicating the new location authorisation status as a constant in cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.registerLocationStateChangeHandler(function(state){
        if((device.platform === "Android" && state !== cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationMode.LOCATION_OFF)
            || (device.platform === "iOS") && ( state === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED
                || state === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED_WHEN_IN_USE
        )){
            console.log("Location is available");
        }
    });
    

    getLocationAccuracyAuthorization()

    Platforms: iOS

    Returns the location accuracy authorization for the application on iOS 14+. Note: calling on iOS <14 will result in the errorCallback being invoked.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getLocationAccuracyAuthorization(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter which indicates the location accuracy authorization as a locationAccuracyAuthorization constant.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getLocationAccuracyAuthorization(function(accuracy){
       switch(status){
           case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationAccuracyAuthorization.FULL:
               console.log("Full location accuracy is authorized");
               break;
           case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationAccuracyAuthorization.FULL:
               console.log("Reduced location accuracy is authorized");
               break;
       }
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    requestTemporaryFullAccuracyAuthorization()

    Platforms: iOS

    Requests temporary access to full location accuracy for the application on iOS 14+.

    • By default on iOS 14+, when a user grants location permission, the app can only receive reduced accuracy locations.

    • If your app requires full (high-accuracy GPS) locations (e.g. a SatNav app), you need to call this method.

    • You must specify a purpose corresponds to a key in the NSLocationTemporaryUsageDescriptionDictionary entry in your app's *-Info.plist containing a message explaining the user why your app needs their exact location. You'll need to add this entry using a <config-file> block in your config.xml, e.g.:

      navigation This app requires access to your exact location in order to provide SatNav route navigation. emergency This app requires access to your exact location in order to report your location to emergency services.
    • Should only be called on iOS 14+ - calling on iOS <14 will invoke the errorCallback.

    • Should only be called if location authorization has been granted, otherwise errorCallback will be invoked.

    • See requestTemporaryFullAccuracyAuthorizationWithPurposeKey.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestTemporaryFullAccuracyAuthorization(purpose, successCallback, errorCallback);

    Parameters

    • {String} purpose - (required) corresponds to a key in the NSLocationTemporaryUsageDescriptionDictionary entry in your app's *-Info.plist which contains a message explaining the user why your app needs their exact location. This will be presented to the user via permission dialog in which they can either accept or reject the request.
    • {Function} successCallback - (optional) Invoked in response to the user's choice in the permission dialog. It is passed a single string parameter which defines the resulting accuracy authorization as a locationAccuracyAuthorization constant.
    • errorCallback - (optional) The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. This callback function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestTemporaryFullAccuracyAuthorization("navigation", function(accuracyAuthorization){
        switch(accuracyAuthorization){
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationAccuracyAuthorization.FULL:
                console.log("Full accuracy authorized");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationAccuracyAuthorization.REDUCED:
                console.log("Full accuracy denied");
                break;
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error(error);
    });
    

    registerLocationStateChangeHandler()

    Platforms: iOS

    Registers a function to be called when a change in location accuracy authorization occurs on iOS 14+.

    • On iOS <14 this will not be called.

    • This occurs when location accuracy authorization is changed.

    • This can be triggered either by the user's response to a location accuracy authorization dialog,

    • or by the user changing the location accuracy authorization specifically for your app in Settings.

    • Pass in a falsey value to de-register the currently registered function.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.registerLocationAccuracyAuthorizationChangeHandler(successCallback);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - function call when a change in location accuracy authorization occurs. The function is passed a single string parameter indicating the new location accuracy authorization as a locationAccuracyAuthorization constant.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.registerLocationAccuracyAuthorizationChangeHandler(function(accuracyAuthorization){
        switch(accuracyAuthorization){
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationAccuracyAuthorization.FULL:
                console.log("Accuracy authorization changed to full");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.locationAccuracyAuthorization.REDUCED:
                console.log("Accuracy authorization changed to reduced");
                break;
        }
    });    
    

    switchToLocationSettings()

    Platforms: Android and Windows 10 UWP

    Displays the device location settings to allow user to enable location services/change location mode.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.switchToLocationSettings();
    

    Note: On Android, you may want to consider using the Request Location Accuracy Plugin for Android to request the desired location accuracy without needing the user to manually do this on the Location Settings page.

    Bluetooth module

    Purpose: Bluetooth functionality to get/set Bluetooth Radio state.

    Platforms: Android, iOS and Windows 10 UWP

    Configuration name: BLUETOOTH

    bluetoothState constants

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Defines constants for the various Bluetooth hardware states

        cordova.plugins.diagnostic.bluetoothState
    

    Android

    • UNKNOWN - Bluetooth hardware state is unknown or unavailable
    • POWERED_OFF - Bluetooth hardware is switched off
    • POWERED_ON - Bluetooth hardware is switched on and available for use
    • POWERING_OFF- Bluetooth hardware is currently switching off
    • POWERING_ON- Bluetooth hardware is currently switching on

    iOS

    • UNKNOWN - Bluetooth hardware state is unknown
    • RESETTING - Bluetooth hardware state is currently resetting
    • POWERED_OFF - Bluetooth hardware is switched off
    • POWERED_ON - Bluetooth hardware is switched on and available for use
    • UNAUTHORIZED- Bluetooth hardware use is not authorized for the current application

    Example

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getBluetoothState(function(state){
        if(state === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.bluetoothState.POWERED_ON){
            // Do something with Bluetooth
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error(error);
    });
    

    isBluetoothAvailable()

    Platforms: Android, iOS and Windows 10 UWP

    Checks if Bluetooth is available to the app. Returns true if the device has Bluetooth capabilities AND if Bluetooth setting is switched on (same on Android, iOS and Windows 10 UWP)

    On Android this requires permission <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.BLUETOOTH" /> Calling on iOS 13+ will request runtime permission to access Bluetooth (if not already requested).

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isBluetoothAvailable(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if Bluetooth is available.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isBluetoothAvailable(function(available){
        console.log("Bluetooth is " + (available ? "available" : "not available"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    Purpose: Bluetooth functionality Platforms: Android, iOS and Windows 10 UWP Configuration name: BLUETOOTH

    isBluetoothEnabled()

    Platforms: Android

    Checks if the device setting for Bluetooth is switched on.

    On Android this requires permission <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.BLUETOOTH" /> Calling on iOS 13+ will request runtime permission to access Bluetooth (if not already requested).

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isBluetoothAvailable(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if Bluetooth is switched on.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isBluetoothEnabled(function(enabled){
        console.log("Bluetooth is " + (enabled ? "enabled" : "disabled"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    hasBluetoothSupport()

    Platforms: Android

    Checks if the device has Bluetooth capabilities. See http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/connectivity/bluetooth.html.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.hasBluetoothSupport(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when the operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if device has Bluetooth capabilities.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when the operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.hasBluetoothSupport(function(supported){
        console.log("Bluetooth is " + (supported ? "supported" : "unsupported"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    hasBluetoothLESupport()

    Platforms: Android

    Checks if the device has Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) capabilities. See http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/connectivity/bluetooth-le.html.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.hasBluetoothLESupport(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when the operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if device has Bluetooth LE capabilities.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when the operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.hasBluetoothLESupport(function(supported){
        console.log("Bluetooth LE is " + (supported ? "supported" : "unsupported"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    hasBluetoothLEPeripheralSupport()

    Platforms: Android

    Checks if the device supports Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) Peripheral mode. See http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/connectivity/bluetooth-le.html#roles.

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when the operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if device supports Bluetooth LE Peripheral mode.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when the operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.hasBluetoothLEPeripheralSupport(function(supported){
        console.log("Bluetooth LE Peripheral Mode is " + (supported ? "supported" : "unsupported"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });  
    

    getBluetoothState()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Returns the state of Bluetooth on the device. Calling on iOS 13+ will request runtime permission to access Bluetooth (if not already requested).

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getBluetoothState(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter which indicates the Bluetooth state as a constant in cordova.plugins.diagnostic.bluetoothState.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getBluetoothState(function(state){
       if(state === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.bluetoothState.POWERED_ON){
           console.log("Bluetooth is able to connect");
       }
    }, function(error){
        console.error(error);
    });
    

    setBluetoothState()

    Platforms: Android and Windows 10 UWP

    Enables/disables Bluetooth on the device.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.setBluetoothState(successCallback, errorCallback, state);
    

    Requires the following permissions on Android:

    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.BLUETOOTH"/>
    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.BLUETOOTH_ADMIN"/>
    

    Requires the following capabilities for Windows 10 UWP:

    <DeviceCapability Name="radios" />
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - function to call on successful setting of Bluetooth state
    • {Function} errorCallback - function to call on failure to set Bluetooth state.
    • {Boolean} state - Bluetooth state to set: TRUE for enabled, FALSE for disabled.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.setBluetoothState(function(){
        console.log("Bluetooth was enabled");
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    },
    true);
    

    requestBluetoothAuthorization()

    Platforms: iOS

    Requests Bluetooth authorization for the application.

    • The outcome of the authorization request can be determined by registering a handler using registerBluetoothStateChangeHandler().

    • When calling this function, the message contained in the NSBluetoothPeripheralUsageDescription .plist key is displayed to the user; this plugin provides a default message, but you should override this with your specific reason for requesting access - see the iOS usage description messages section for how to customise it.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestBluetoothAuthorization(successCallback, errorCallback);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is not passed any parameters.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestBluetoothAuthorization(function(){
        console.log("Bluetooth authorization was requested."));
    }, function(error){
        console.error(error);
    });
    

    registerBluetoothStateChangeHandler()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Registers a function to be called when a change in Bluetooth state occurs. Pass in a falsey value to de-register the currently registered function. This is triggered when Bluetooth state changes so is useful for detecting changes made in quick settings which would not result in pause/resume events being fired.

    Calling on iOS 13+ will request runtime permission to access Bluetooth (if not already requested).

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.registerBluetoothStateChangeHandler(successCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - function call when a change in Bluetooth state occurs. The function is passed a single string parameter which indicates the Bluetooth state as a constant in cordova.plugins.diagnostic.bluetoothState.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.registerBluetoothStateChangeHandler(function(state){
       if(state === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.bluetoothState.POWERED_ON){
           console.log("Bluetooth is able to connect");
       }
    });
    

    switchToBluetoothSettings()

    Platforms: Android and Windows 10 UWP

    Displays Bluetooth settings to allow user to enable Bluetooth.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.switchToBluetoothSettings();
    

    WiFi module

    Purpose: WiFi functionality to get/set Wifi state

    Platforms: Android, iOS and Windows 10 UWP

    Configuration name: WIFI

    isWifiAvailable()

    Platforms: Android, iOS and Windows 10 UWP

    Checks if Wifi is available. On iOS this returns true if the device is connected to a network by WiFi. On Android and Windows 10 UWP this returns true if the WiFi setting is set to enabled, and is the same as isWifiEnabled()

    On Android this requires permission <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_WIFI_STATE" />

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isWifiAvailable(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if WiFi is available.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isWifiAvailable(function(available){
        console.log("WiFi is " + (available ? "available" : "not available"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    isWifiEnabled()

    Platforms: Android, iOS and Windows 10 UWP

    On iOS this returns true if the WiFi setting is set to enabled (regardless of whether it's connected to a network). On Android and Windows 10 UWP this returns true if the WiFi setting is set to enabled, and is the same as isWifiAvailable() On Android this requires permission <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_WIFI_STATE" />

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isWifiEnabled(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is true if the device setting is enabled.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isWifiEnabled(function(enabled){
        console.log("WiFi is " + (enabled ? "enabled" : "disabled"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    setWifiState()

    Platforms: Android and Windows 10 UWP

    Enables/disables WiFi on the device.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.setWifiState(successCallback, errorCallback, state);
    

    Requires the following permissions for Android:

    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_WIFI_STATE"/>
    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.CHANGE_WIFI_STATE"/>
    

    Requires the following capabilities for Windows 10 UWP:

    <DeviceCapability Name="radios" />
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - function to call on successful setting of WiFi state
    • {Function} errorCallback - function to call on failure to set WiFi state.
    • {Boolean} state - WiFi state to set: TRUE for enabled, FALSE for disabled.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.setWifiState(function(){
        console.log("Wifi was enabled");
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    },
    true);
    

    switchToWifiSettings()

    Platforms: Android and Windows 10 UWP

    Displays WiFi settings to allow user to enable WiFi.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.switchToWifiSettings();
    

    Camera module

    Purpose: Camera functionality to capture images / record video

    Platforms: Android, iOS and Windows 10 UWP

    Configuration name: CAMERA

    isCameraPresent()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Checks if camera hardware is present on device.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCameraPresent(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if camera is present
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCameraPresent(function(present){
        console.log("Camera is " + (present ? "present" : "absent"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    isCameraAvailable()

    Platforms: Android, iOS and Windows 10 UWP

    Checks if camera is available.

    Notes:

    • On Android & iOS this returns true if the device has a camera AND the application is authorized to use it.
    • On Windows 10 UWP this returns true if the device has a rear-facing camera.

    Notes for Android:

    • On Android by default this checks run-time permission for both READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE and CAMERA because cordova-plugin-camera@2.2+ requires both of these permissions.

    • The call signature cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCameraAvailable(successCallback, errorCallback, externalStorage) is also supported for benefit of the ionic-native Promise API wrapper.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCameraAvailable(params); cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCameraAvailable(successCallback, errorCallback, params) cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCameraAvailable(successCallback, errorCallback, externalStorage)

    Parameters

    • {Object} params - (optional) parameters:
      • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if camera is present and authorized for use.
      • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.
      • {Boolean} externalStorage - (Android only) If true, checks permission for READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE in addition to CAMERA run-time permission. Defaults to true.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCameraAvailable({
        successCallback: function(available){
            console.log("Camera is " + (available ? "available" : "not available"));
        },
        errorCallback: function(error){
            console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
        },
        externalStorage: false
    });
    
    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCameraAvailable(
        function(available){
            console.log("Camera is " + (available ? "available" : "not available"));
        }, function(error){
            console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
        }, {
            externalStorage: false
        }
    );
    
    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCameraAvailable(
        function(available){
            console.log("Camera is " + (available ? "available" : "not available"));
        }, function(error){
            console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
        }, false
    );
    

    isCameraAuthorized()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Checks if the application is authorized to use the camera.

    Notes for Android:

    • This is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will always return TRUE as permissions are already granted at installation time.

    • By default this checks run-time permission for both READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE and CAMERA because cordova-plugin-camera@2.2+ requires both of these permissions.

    • The call signature cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCameraAuthorized(successCallback, errorCallback, externalStorage) is also supported for benefit of the ionic-native Promise API wrapper.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCameraAuthorized(params); cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCameraAuthorized(successCallback, errorCallback, params) cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCameraAuthorized(successCallback, errorCallback, externalStorage)

    Parameters

    • {Object} params - (optional) parameters:
      • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if camera is authorized for use.
      • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.
      • {Boolean} externalStorage - (Android only) If true, checks permission for READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE in addition to CAMERA run-time permission. Defaults to true.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCameraAuthorized({
        successCallback: function(authorized){
            console.log("App is " + (authorized ? "authorized" : "denied") + " access to the camera");
        },
        errorCallback: function(error){
            console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
        }, 
        externalStorage: false
    });
    
    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCameraAuthorized(
        function(authorized){
            console.log("App is " + (authorized ? "authorized" : "denied") + " access to the camera");
        }, function(error){
            console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
        }, {
            externalStorage: false
        }
    );
    
    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCameraAuthorized(
        function(authorized){
            console.log("App is " + (authorized ? "authorized" : "denied") + " access to the camera");
        }, function(error){
            console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
        }, false
    );
    

    getCameraAuthorizationStatus()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Returns the camera authorization status for the application.

    Notes for Android:

    • This is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will always return GRANTED status as permissions are already granted at installation time.

    • By default this checks run-time permission for both READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE and CAMERA because cordova-plugin-camera@2.2+ requires both of these permissions.

    • The call signature cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getCameraAuthorizationStatus(successCallback, errorCallback, externalStorage) is also supported for benefit of the ionic-native Promise API wrapper.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getCameraAuthorizationStatus(params); cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getCameraAuthorizationStatus(successCallback, errorCallback, params) cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getCameraAuthorizationStatus(successCallback, errorCallback, externalStorage)

    Parameters

    • {Object} params - (optional) parameters:
      • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter which indicates the authorization status as a permissionStatus constant.
      • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.
      • {Boolean} externalStorage - (Android only) If true, checks permission for READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE in addition to CAMERA run-time permission. Defaults to true.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getCameraAuthorizationStatus({
        successCallback: function(status){
            if(status === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED){
                console.log("Camera use is authorized");
            }
        },
        errorCallback: function(error){
            console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
        },
        externalStorage: false
    });
    
    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getCameraAuthorizationStatus(
        function(status){
            if(status === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED){
                console.log("Camera use is authorized");
            }
        }, function(error){
            console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
        }, {
            externalStorage: false
        }
    );
    
    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getCameraAuthorizationStatus(
        function(status){
            if(status === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED){
                console.log("Camera use is authorized");
            }
        }, function(error){
            console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
        }, false
    );   
    

    requestCameraAuthorization()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Requests camera authorization for the application.

    Notes for iOS:

    • Should only be called if authorization status is NOT_REQUESTED. Calling it when in any other state will have no effect.
    • When calling this function, the message contained in the NSCameraUsageDescription .plist key is displayed to the user; this plugin provides a default message, but you should override this with your specific reason for requesting access - see the iOS usage description messages section for how to customise it.

    Notes for Android:

    • This is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will have no effect as the permissions are already granted at installation time.

    • By default this requests run-time permission for both READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE and CAMERA because cordova-plugin-camera@2.2+ requires both of these permissions.

    • Requested run-time permissions which must be added to AndroidManifest.xml - see Android camera permissions.

    • The call signature cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestCameraAuthorization(successCallback, errorCallback, externalStorage) is also supported for benefit of the ionic-native Promise API wrapper.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestCameraAuthorization(params); cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestCameraAuthorization(successCallback, errorCallback, params) cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestCameraAuthorization(successCallback, errorCallback, externalStorage)

    Parameters

    • {Object} params - (optional) parameters:
      • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter indicating whether access to the camera was granted or denied: cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED or cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS
      • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.
      • {Boolean} externalStorage - (Android only) If true, requests permission for READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE in addition to CAMERA run-time permission. Defaults to true.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestCameraAuthorization({
        successCallback: function(status){
            console.log("Authorization request for camera use was " + (status == cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED ? "granted" : "denied"));
        },
        errorCallback: function(error){
            console.error(error);
        },
        externalStorage: false
    });
    
    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestCameraAuthorization(
        function(status){
            console.log("Authorization request for camera use was " + (status == cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED ? "granted" : "denied"));
        }, function(error){
            console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
        }, {
            externalStorage: false
        }
    );
    
    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestCameraAuthorization(
        function(status){
            console.log("Authorization request for camera use was " + (status == cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED ? "granted" : "denied"));
        }, function(error){
            console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
        }, false
    );   
    

    isCameraRollAuthorized()

    Platforms: iOS

    Checks if the application is authorized to use the Camera Roll in Photos app.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCameraRollAuthorized(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if access to Camera Roll is authorized.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCameraRollAuthorized(function(authorized){
        console.log("App is " + (authorized ? "authorized" : "denied") + " access to the camera roll");
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    getCameraRollAuthorizationStatus()

    Platforms: iOS

    Returns the authorization status for the application to use the Camera Roll in Photos app.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getCameraRollAuthorizationStatus(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter which indicates the authorization status as a constant in cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getCameraRollAuthorizationStatus(function(status){
        switch(status){
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.NOT_REQUESTED:
                console.log("Permission not requested");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS:
                console.log("Permission denied");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED:
                console.log("Permission granted");
                break;
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    requestCameraRollAuthorization()

    Platforms: iOS

    Requests camera roll authorization for the application. Should only be called if authorization status is NOT_REQUESTED. Calling it when in any other state will have no effect. When calling this function, the message contained in the NSPhotoLibraryUsageDescription .plist key is displayed to the user; this plugin provides a default message, but you should override this with your specific reason for requesting access - see the iOS usage description messages section for how to customise it.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestCameraRollAuthorization(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter indicating the new authorization status: cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED or cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestCameraRollAuthorization(function(status){
        console.log("Authorization request for camera roll was " + (status == cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED ? "granted" : "denied"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error(error);
    });
    

    Notifications module

    Purpose: Remote notifications functionality

    Platforms: Android, iOS

    Configuration name: NOTIFICATIONS

    remoteNotificationType constants

    Platforms: iOS

    Constants for requesting/reporting the various types of remote notification permission types on iOS devices.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.remoteNotificationType
    

    The following notification types are defined:

    • ALERT - Permission to display Alerts or Banners
    • SOUND - Permission to play sounds.
    • BADGE - Permission to change app icon badge.

    Example

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getRemoteNotificationTypes(function(types){
        if(types[cordova.plugins.diagnostic.remoteNotificationType.ALERT]){
            console.log("Has permission to display alerts");
        }
        if(types[cordova.plugins.diagnostic.remoteNotificationType.SOUND]){
            console.log("Has permission to play sounds");
        }
        if(types[cordova.plugins.diagnostic.remoteNotificationType.BADGE]){
            console.log("Has permission to modify icon badge");
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    isRemoteNotificationsEnabled()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Checks if remote (push) notifications are enabled.

    On Android, returns whether notifications for the app are not blocked.

    Returns true if app is registered for remote notifications AND "Allow Notifications" switch is ON AND alert style is not set to "None" (i.e. "Banners" or "Alerts").

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isRemoteNotificationsEnabled(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if remote (push) notifications are enabled.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when an error occurs. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isRemoteNotificationsEnabled(function(enabled){
        console.log("Remote notifications are " + (enabled ? "enabled" : "disabled"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    isRegisteredForRemoteNotifications()

    Platforms: iOS

    Indicates if the app is registered for remote (push) notifications on the device.

    Returns true if the app is registered for remote notifications and received its device token, or false if registration has not occurred, has failed, or has been denied by the user. Note that user preferences for notifications in the Settings app will not affect this.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isRegisteredForRemoteNotifications(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if the device is registered for remote (push) notifications.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when an error occurs. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isRegisteredForRemoteNotifications(function(registered){
        console.log("Device " + (registered ? "is" : "isn't") + " registered for remote notifications");
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    getRemoteNotificationTypes()

    Platforms: iOS

    Indicates the current setting of notification types for the app in the Settings app.

    Note: if "Allow Notifications" switch is OFF, all types will be returned as disabled.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getRemoteNotificationTypes(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single object parameter where the key is the notification type as a constant in cordova.plugins.diagnostic.remoteNotificationType and the value is a boolean indicating whether it's enabled:
      • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.remoteNotificationType.ALERT => alert style is not set to "None" (i.e. "Banners" or "Alerts").
      • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.remoteNotificationType.BADGE => "Badge App Icon" switch is ON.
      • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.remoteNotificationType.SOUND => "Sounds"/"Alert Sound" switch is ON.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when an error occurs. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getRemoteNotificationTypes(function(types){
        for(var type in types){
            console.log(type + " is " + (types[type] ? "enabled" : "disabled"));
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    getRemoteNotificationsAuthorizationStatus()

    Platforms: iOS

    Returns the authorization status for the application to use Remote Notifications.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getRemoteNotificationsAuthorizationStatus(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter which indicates the authorization status as a constant in cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getRemoteNotificationsAuthorizationStatus(function(status){
        switch(status){
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.NOT_REQUESTED:
                console.log("Permission not yet requested");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS:
                console.log("Permission denied");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED:
                console.log("Permission granted");
                break;
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    requestRemoteNotificationsAuthorization()

    Platforms: iOS

    Requests remote notifications authorization for the application.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestRemoteNotificationsAuthorization(params);
    

    Parameters

    • {Object} params - (optional) parameters:
      • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful.
      • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error.
        • The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.
      • {Array} types - list of notifications to register for as constants in cordova.plugins.diagnostic.remoteNotificationType.
        • On iOS 13+ at least one type must be specified or the result will be permission denied and authorization will not be granted.
        • On iOS 12 and below if no type is specified, all notification types will be authorized.
      • {Boolean} omitRegistration - If true, registration for remote notifications will not be carried out once remote notifications authorization is granted.
        • Defaults to false (registration will automatically take place once authorization is granted).

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestRemoteNotificationsAuthorization({
        successCallback: function(){
            console.log("Successfully requested remote notifications authorization");
        },
        errorCallback: function(err){
           console.error("Error requesting remote notifications authorization: " + err);
        },
        types: [
            cordova.plugins.diagnostic.remoteNotificationType.ALERT,
            cordova.plugins.diagnostic.remoteNotificationType.SOUND,
            cordova.plugins.diagnostic.remoteNotificationType.BADGE
        ],
        omitRegistration: false
    });
    

    switchToNotificationSettings()

    Platforms: Android

    Open notification settings for your app

    On Android versions lower than O, this will open the same page as switchToSettings().

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.switchToNotificationSettings();
    

    Microphone module

    Purpose: Microphone permission to record audio.

    Platforms: Android, iOS

    Configuration name: MICROPHONE

    isMicrophoneAuthorized()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Checks if the application is authorized to use the microphone.

    Notes for Android:

    • This is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will always return TRUE as permissions are already granted at installation time.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isMicrophoneAuthorized(successCallback, errorCallback);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if microphone is authorized for use.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isMicrophoneAuthorized(function(authorized){
        console.log("App is " + (authorized ? "authorized" : "denied") + " access to the microphone");
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    getMicrophoneAuthorizationStatus()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Returns the microphone authorization status for the application.

    Notes for Android:

    • This is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will always return GRANTED status as permissions are already granted at installation time.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getMicrophoneAuthorizationStatus(successCallback, errorCallback);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter which indicates the authorization status as a permissionStatus constant.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getMicrophoneAuthorizationStatus(function(status){
       if(status === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED){
           console.log("Microphone use is authorized");
       }
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    requestMicrophoneAuthorization()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Requests microphone authorization for the application.

    Notes for iOS:

    • Should only be called if authorization status is NOT_REQUESTED. Calling it when in any other state will have no effect and just return the current authorization status.
    • When calling this function, the message contained in the NSMicrophoneUsageDescription .plist key is displayed to the user; this plugin provides a default message, but you should override this with your specific reason for requesting access - see the iOS usage description messages section for how to customise it.

    Notes for Android:

    • This is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will have no effect as the permissions are already granted at installation time.

    • This requests permission for RECORD_AUDIO which must be added to AndroidManifest.xml - see Android permissions.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestMicrophoneAuthorization(successCallback, errorCallback);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter indicating whether access to the microphone was granted or denied: cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED or cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when an error occurs. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestMicrophoneAuthorization(function(status){
       if(status === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED){
           console.log("Microphone use is authorized");
       }
    }, function(error){
        console.error(error);
    });
    

    Contacts module

    Purpose: Contacts permission to read/write address book.

    Platforms: Android, iOS

    Configuration name: CONTACTS

    isContactsAuthorized()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Checks if the application is authorized to use contacts (address book).

    Notes for Android:

    • This is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will always return TRUE as permissions are already granted at installation time.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isContactsAuthorized(successCallback, errorCallback);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if contacts is authorized for use.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isContactsAuthorized(function(authorized){
        console.log("App is " + (authorized ? "authorized" : "denied") + " access to contacts");
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    getContactsAuthorizationStatus()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Returns the contacts authorization status for the application.

    Notes for Android:

    • This is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will always return GRANTED status as permissions are already granted at installation time.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getContactsAuthorizationStatus(successCallback, errorCallback);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter which indicates the authorization status as a permissionStatus constant.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getContactsAuthorizationStatus(function(status){
        if(status === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED){
            console.log("Contacts use is authorized");
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    requestContactsAuthorization()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Requests contacts authorization for the application.

    Notes for iOS:

    • Should only be called if authorization status is NOT_REQUESTED. Calling it when in any other state will have no effect and just return the current authorization status.
    • When calling this function, the message contained in the NSContactsUsageDescription .plist key is displayed to the user; this plugin provides a default message, but you should override this with your specific reason for requesting access - see the iOS usage description messages section for how to customise it.

    Notes for Android:

    • This is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will have no effect as the permissions are already granted at installation time.

    • This requests permission for READ_CONTACTS run-time permission

    • Required permissions must be added to AndroidManifest.xml as appropriate - see Android permissions: READ_CONTACTS, WRITE_CONTACTS, GET_ACCOUNTS

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestContactsAuthorization(successCallback, errorCallback);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter indicating whether access to contacts was granted or denied: cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED or cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when an error occurs. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestContactsAuthorization(function(status){
        if(status === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED){
            console.log("Contacts use is authorized");
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error(error);
    });
    

    Calendar module

    Purpose: Calendar events permission.

    Platforms: Android, iOS

    Configuration name: CALENDAR

    isCalendarAuthorized()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Checks if the application is authorized to use the calendar.

    Notes for Android:

    • This is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will always return TRUE as permissions are already granted at installation time.

    Notes for iOS:

    • This relates to Calendar Events (not Calendar Reminders)

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCalendarAuthorized(successCallback, errorCallback);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if calendar is authorized for use.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isCalendarAuthorized(function(authorized){
        console.log("App is " + (authorized ? "authorized" : "denied") + " access to calendar");
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    getCalendarAuthorizationStatus()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Returns the calendar authorization status for the application.

    Notes for Android:

    • This is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will always return GRANTED status as permissions are already granted at installation time.

    Notes for iOS:

    • This relates to Calendar Events (not Calendar Reminders)

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getCalendarAuthorizationStatus(successCallback, errorCallback);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter which indicates the authorization status as a permissionStatus constant.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getCalendarAuthorizationStatus(function(status){
       if(status === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED){
           console.log("Calendar use is authorized");
       }
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    requestCalendarAuthorization()

    Platforms: Android and iOS

    Requests calendar authorization for the application.

    Notes for iOS:

    • Should only be called if authorization status is NOT_REQUESTED. Calling it when in any other state will have no effect and just return the current authorization status.
    • When calling this function, the message contained in the NSCalendarsUsageDescription .plist key is displayed to the user; this plugin provides a default message, but you should override this with your specific reason for requesting access - see the iOS usage description messages section for how to customise it.
    • This relates to Calendar Events (not Calendar Reminders)

    Notes for Android:

    • This is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will have no effect as the permissions are already granted at installation time.

    • This requests permission for READ_CALENDAR run-time permission

    • Required permissions must be added to AndroidManifest.xml as appropriate - see Android permissions: READ_CALENDAR, WRITE_CALENDAR

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestCalendarAuthorization(successCallback, errorCallback);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter indicating whether access to calendar was granted or denied: cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED or cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when an error occurs. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestCalendarAuthorization(function(status){
       if(status === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED){
           console.log("Calendar use is authorized");
       }
    }, function(error){
        console.error(error);
    });
    

    Reminders module

    Purpose: Calendar reminders permission.

    Platforms: iOS

    Configuration name: REMINDERS

    isRemindersAuthorized()

    Platforms: iOS

    Checks if the application is authorized to use reminders.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isRemindersAuthorized(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if reminders access is authorized for use.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isRemindersAuthorized(function(authorized){
        console.log("App is " + (authorized ? "authorized" : "denied") + " access to reminders");
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    getRemindersAuthorizationStatus()

    Platforms: iOS

    Returns the reminders authorization status for the application.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getRemindersAuthorizationStatus(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter which indicates the authorization status as a permissionStatus constant.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getRemindersAuthorizationStatus(function(status){
        if(status === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED){
            console.log("Reminders authorization allowed");
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    requestRemindersAuthorization()

    Platforms: iOS

    Requests reminders authorization for the application. Should only be called if authorization status is NOT_REQUESTED. Calling it when in any other state will have no effect and just return the current authorization status. When calling this function, the message contained in the NSRemindersUsageDescription .plist key is displayed to the user; this plugin provides a default message, but you should override this with your specific reason for requesting access - see the iOS usage description messages section for how to customise it.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestRemindersAuthorization(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter indicating whether access to calendar was granted or denied: cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED or cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when an error occurs. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestRemindersAuthorization(function(status){
        if(status === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED){
            console.log("Reminders authorization allowed");
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error(error);
    });
    

    Motion module

    Purpose: Motion/fitness tracking permission.

    Platforms: iOS

    Configuration name: MOTION

    motionStatus constants

    Platforms: iOS

    Constants for reporting the various states of Motion Tracking on iOS devices.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.motionStatus
    

    The following permission states are defined:

    • NOT_REQUESTED - App has not yet requested this permission. App can request permission and user will be prompted to allow/deny.
    • GRANTED - User granted access to this permission.
    • DENIED_ALWAYS - User denied access to this permission. App can never ask for permission again. The only way around this is to instruct the user to manually change the permission in the Settings app.
    • RESTRICTED - Permission is unavailable and user cannot enable it. For example, when parental controls are in effect for the current user.
    • NOT_AVAILABLE - device does not support Motion Tracking. Motion tracking is supported by iOS devices with an M7 co-processor (or above): that is iPhone 5s (or above), iPad Air (or above), iPad Mini 2 (or above).
    • NOT_DETERMINED - authorization outcome cannot be determined because device does not support Pedometer Event Tracking. Pedometer Event Tracking is only available on iPhones with an M7 co-processor (or above): that is iPhone 5s (or above). No iPads yet support it.
    • UNKNOWN - motion tracking authorization is in an unknown state.

    Example

    if(status === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.motionStatus.NOT_REQUESTED){
        cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestMotionAuthorization(successCallback, errorCallback);
    }
    

    isMotionAvailable()

    Platforms: iOS

    Checks if motion tracking is available on the current device. Motion tracking is supported by iOS devices with an M7 co-processor (or above): that is iPhone 5s (or above), iPad Air (or above), iPad Mini 2 (or above).

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isMotionAvailable(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if motion tracking is available on the current device.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isMotionAvailable(function(available){
        console.log("Motion tracking is " + (available ? "available" : "not available") + " on this device");
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    isMotionRequestOutcomeAvailable()

    Platforms: iOS

    Checks if it's possible to determine the outcome of a motion authorization request on the current device. There's no direct way to determine if authorization was granted or denied, so the Pedometer API must be used to indirectly determine this: therefore, if the device supports motion tracking but not Pedometer Event Tracking, the outcome of requesting motion detection cannot be determined. Pedometer Event Tracking is only available on iPhones with an M7 co-processor (or above): that is iPhone 5s (or above). No iPads yet support it.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isMotionRequestOutcomeAvailable(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if it's possible to determine the outcome of a motion authorization request on the current device.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isMotionRequestOutcomeAvailable(function(available){
        console.log("Motion tracking authorization request outcome is " + (available ? "available" : "not available") + " on this device");
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    requestMotionAuthorization()

    Platforms: iOS

    Requests motion tracking authorization for the application.

    The native dialog asking user's consent can only be invoked once after the app is installed by calling this function. Once the user has either allowed or denied access, calling this function again will result in an error. It is not possible to re-invoke the dialog if the user denied permission in the native dialog, so in this case you will have to instruct the user how to change motion authorization manually via the Settings app.

    When calling this function, the message contained in the NSMotionUsageDescription .plist key is displayed to the user; this plugin provides a default message, but you should override this with your specific reason for requesting access - see the iOS usage description messages section for how to customise it.

    There's no direct way to determine if authorization was granted or denied, so the Pedometer API must be used to indirectly determine this: therefore, if the device supports motion tracking but not Pedometer Event Tracking, the outcome of requesting motion detection cannot be determined.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestMotionAuthorization(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter indicating the result:
      • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.motionStatus.GRANTED - user granted motion authorization.
      • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.motionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS - user denied authorization.
      • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.motionStatus.RESTRICTED - user cannot grant motion authorization.
      • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.motionStatus.NOT_AVAILABLE - device does not support Motion Tracking. Motion tracking is supported by iOS devices with an M7 co-processor (or above): that is iPhone 5s (or above), iPad Air (or above), iPad Mini 2 (or above).
      • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.motionStatus.NOT_DETERMINED - authorization outcome cannot be determined because device does not support Pedometer Event Tracking. Pedometer Event Tracking is only available on iPhones with an M7 co-processor (or above): that is iPhone 5s (or above). No iPads yet support it.
      • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.motionStatus.UNKNOWN - motion tracking authorization is in an unknown state.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when an error occurs. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestMotionAuthorization(function(status){
        if(status === cordova.plugins.motionStatus.permissionStatus.GRANTED){
            console.log("Motion tracking authorized");
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error(error);
    });
    

    getMotionAuthorizationStatus()

    Platforms: iOS

    Checks motion authorization status for the application. There's no direct way to determine if authorization was granted or denied, so the Pedometer API is used to indirectly determine this.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getMotionAuthorizationStatus(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter indicating the result:
      • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.motionStatus.NOT_REQUESTED - App has not yet requested this permission.
      • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.motionStatus.GRANTED - user granted motion authorization.
      • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.motionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS - user denied authorization.
      • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.motionStatus.RESTRICTED - user cannot grant motion authorization.
      • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.motionStatus.NOT_AVAILABLE - device does not support Motion Tracking. Motion tracking is supported by iOS devices with an M7 co-processor (or above): that is iPhone 5s (or above), iPad Air (or above), iPad Mini 2 (or above).
      • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.motionStatus.NOT_DETERMINED - authorization outcome cannot be determined because device does not support Pedometer Event Tracking. Pedometer Event Tracking is only available on iPhones with an M7 co-processor (or above): that is iPhone 5s (or above). No iPads yet support it.
      • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.motionStatus.UNKNOWN - motion tracking authorization is in an unknown state.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when an error occurs. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getMotionAuthorizationStatus(function(status){
        if(status === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED){
            console.log("Motion authorization allowed");
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error(error);
    });
    

    NFC module

    Purpose: Near Field Communication functionality.

    Platforms: Android

    Configuration name: NFC

    NFCState constants

    Platforms: Android

    Defines constants for the various NFC power states.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.NFCState
    

    Values

    • UNKNOWN - Bluetooth hardware state is unknown or unavailable
    • POWERED_OFF - Bluetooth hardware is switched off
    • POWERED_ON - Bluetooth hardware is switched on and available for use
    • POWERING_OFF- Bluetooth hardware is currently switching off
    • POWERING_ON- Bluetooth hardware is currently switching on

    Example

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.registerNFCStateChangeHandler(function(state){
        switch(state){
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.NFCState.UNKNOWN:
                console.log("NFC state is unknown");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.NFCState.POWERED_OFF:
                console.log("NFC is powered off");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.NFCState.POWERED_ON:
                console.log("NFC is powered on");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.NFCState.POWERING_OFF:
                console.log("NFC is powering off");
                break;
            case cordova.plugins.diagnostic.NFCState.POWERING_ON:
                console.log("NFC is powering on);
                break;
        }
    },function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    isNFCPresent()

    Platforms: Android

    Checks if NFC hardware is present on device.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isNFCPresent(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if NFC is present
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isNFCPresent(function(present){
        console.log("NFC hardware is " + (present ? "present" : "absent"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    isNFCEnabled()

    Platforms: Android

    Checks if the device setting for NFC is switched on.

    Note: this operation does not require NFC permission in the manifest.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isNFCAvailable(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if NFC is switched on.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isNFCEnabled(function(enabled){
        console.log("NFC is " + (enabled ? "enabled" : "disabled"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    isNFCAvailable()

    Platforms: Android

    Checks if NFC is available to the app. Returns true if the device has NFC capabilities AND if NFC setting is switched on.

    Note: this operation does not require NFC permission in the manifest.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isNFCAvailable(successCallback, errorCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if NFC is available.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isNFCAvailable(function(available){
        console.log("NFC is " + (available ? "available" : "not available"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    registerNFCStateChangeHandler()

    Platforms: Android

    Registers a function to be called when a change in NFC state occurs. Pass in a falsey value to de-register the currently registered function.

    This is triggered when NFC state changes so is useful for detecting changes made in quick settings which would not result in pause/resume events being fired.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.registerNFCStateChangeHandler(successCallback);
    

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - function call when a change in NFC state occurs. The function is passed a single string parameter defined as a constant in cordova.plugins.diagnostic.NFCState.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.registerNFCStateChangeHandler(function(state){
        console.log("NFC state changed to: " + state);
    });    
    

    switchToNFCSettings()

    Platforms: Android

    Displays NFC settings to allow user to enable NFC.

    On some versions of Android, this may open the same page as switchToWirelessSettings() if the NFC switch is on the Wireless settings page.

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.switchToNFCSettings();
    

    External storage module

    Purpose: External storage functionality.

    Platforms: Android

    Configuration name: EXTERNAL_STORAGE

    isExternalStorageAuthorized()

    Platforms: Android

    Checks if the application is authorized to use external storage.

    Notes for Android:

    • This is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will always return TRUE as permissions are already granted at installation time.

    • This checks for READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE CAMERA run-time permission.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isExternalStorageAuthorized(successCallback, errorCallback);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single boolean parameter which is TRUE if external storage is authorized for use.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.isExternalStorageAuthorized(function(authorized){
        console.log("App is " + (authorized ? "authorized" : "denied") + " access to the external storage");
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    getExternalStorageAuthorizationStatus()

    Platforms: Android

    Returns the external storage authorization status for the application.

    Notes for Android:

    • This is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will always return GRANTED status as permissions are already granted at installation time.

    • This checks for READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE run-time permission.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getExternalStorageAuthorizationStatus(successCallback, errorCallback);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter which indicates the authorization status as a permissionStatus constant.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getExternalStorageAuthorizationStatus(function(status){
        if(status === cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED){
            console.log("External storage use is authorized");
        }
    }, function(error){
        console.error("The following error occurred: "+error);
    });
    

    requestExternalStorageAuthorization()

    Platforms: Android

    Requests external storage authorization for the application.

    • This is intended for Android 6 / API 23 and above. Calling on Android 5.1 / API 22 and below will have no effect as the permissions are already granted at installation time.

    • This requests permission for READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE run-time permission which must be added to AndroidManifest.xml.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestExternalStorageAuthorization(successCallback, errorCallback);

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - The callback which will be called when operation is successful. The function is passed a single string parameter indicating whether access to the external storage was granted or denied: cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED or cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.DENIED_ALWAYS
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.requestExternalStorageAuthorization(function(status){
        console.log("Authorization request for external storage use was " + (status == cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permissionStatus.GRANTED ? "granted" : "denied"));
    }, function(error){
        console.error(error);
    });
    

    getExternalSdCardDetails()

    Platforms: Android

    Returns details of external SD card(s): absolute path, is writable, free space.

    The intention of this method is to return the location and details of removable external SD cards. This differs from the "external directories" returned by cordova-plugin-file which return mount points relating to non-removable (internal) storage.

    For example, on a Samsung Galaxy S4 running Android 7.1.1:

    • cordova.file.externalRootDirectory returns file:///storage/emulated/0/
    • cordova.file.externalApplicationStorageDirectory returns file:///storage/emulated/0/Android/data/cordova.plugins.diagnostic.example/

    which are on non-removable internal storage.

    Whereas this method returns:

    ```
    [{
        "path": "/storage/4975-1401/Android/data/cordova.plugins.diagnostic.example/files",
        "filePath": "file:///storage/4975-1401/Android/data/cordova.plugins.diagnostic.example/files",
        "canWrite": true,
        "freeSpace": 16254009344,
        "type": "application"
    }, {
        "path": "/storage/4975-1401",
        "filePath": "file:///storage/4975-1401",
        "canWrite": false,
        "freeSpace": 16254009344,
        "type": "root"
    }]
    ```
    

    which are on external removable storage.

    • Requires permission for READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE run-time permission which must be added to AndroidManifest.xml.

      cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getExternalSdCardDetails(successCallback, errorCallback);

    • Note: this function is intended to find paths of external removable SD cards on which the SD card adapter is directly mounted on the device, such as those in the Samsung Galaxy S range of devices. It explicitly attempts to filter out non-SD card storage paths such as OTG devices since access to these devices on Android 6.+ via the File API requires root access and normal access requires use of the Storage Access Framework.

    Parameters

    • {Function} successCallback - function to call on successful request for external SD card details. The function is passed a single argument which is an array consisting of an entry for each external storage location found. Each array entry is an object with the following keys:
      • {String} path - absolute path to the storage location
      • {String} filePath - absolute path prefixed with file protocol for use with cordova-plugin-file
      • {Boolean} canWrite - true if the location is writable
      • {Integer} freeSpace - number of bytes of free space on the device on which the storage locaiton is mounted.
      • {String} type - indicates the type of storage location: either "application" if the path is an Android application sandbox path or "root" if the path is the device root.
    • {Function} errorCallback - The callback which will be called when operation encounters an error. The function is passed a single string parameter containing the error message.

    Example usage

    cordova.plugins.diagnostic.getExternalSdCardDetails(function(details){
        details.forEach(function(detail){
            if(detail.canWrite && details.freeSpace > 100000){
                cordova.file.externalSdCardDirectory = detail.filePath;
                // Then: write file to external SD card
            }
        });
    }, function(error){
        console.error(error);
    });
    

    Platform Notes

    Android

    Android permissions

    Some of functions offered by this plugin require specific permissions to be set in the AndroidManifest.xml. Where additional permissions are needed, they are listed alongside the function that requires them.

    These permissions will not be set by this plugin, to avoid asking for unnecessary permissions in your app, in the case that you do not use a particular part of the plugin. Instead, you can add these permissions as necessary, depending what functions in the plugin you decide to use.

    You can add these permissions either by manually editing the AndroidManifest.xml in /platforms/android/, or define them in the config.xml and apply them using the cordova-custom-config plugin, for example:

    <platform name="android">
        <plugin name="cordova-custom-config" version="*"/>
        <custom-config-file target="AndroidManifest.xml" parent="/*">
            <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION" />
            <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION" />
        </custom-config-file>
    </platform>
    

    Note: If you're using Phonegap Build (or some other Cloud build system), cordova-custom-config won't work because it relies on hook scripts. For Phonegap Build you can use <config-file> blocks so long as you use cli-6.5.0 or below (support for <config-file> blocks was dropped in cli-7.0.1).

    Android runtime permissions

    Android 6 / API 23 introduces the concept of runtime permissions. Similar to iOS, certain "dangerous" permissions must be requested at runtime in addition to being listed in the Android manifest.

    Runtime permissions only apply if the device/emulator the app is running on has Android 6.0 or above. If the app is running on Android 5.x or below, runtime permissions do not apply - all permissions are granted at installation time.

    This plugin supports checking and requesting of Android runtime permissions.

    "Dangerous" runtime permissions

    The plugin defines the full list of dangersous permissions available in API 23 as a list of constants available via the cordova.plugins.diagnostic.runtimePermission object. The following permissions are available:

    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.READ_CALENDAR
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.WRITE_CALENDAR
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.CAMERA
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.READ_CONTACTS
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.WRITE_CONTACTS
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.GET_ACCOUNTS
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.RECORD_AUDIO
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.CALL_PHONE
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.ADD_VOICEMAIL
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.USE_SIP
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.PROCESS_OUTGOING_CALLS
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.READ_CALL_LOG
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.WRITE_CALL_LOG
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.SEND_SMS
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.RECEIVE_SMS
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.READ_SMS
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.RECEIVE_WAP_PUSH
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.RECEIVE_MMS
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE
    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.BODY_SENSORS
    API 29 runtime permissions

    With the introduction of Android 10, came Physical Activity permissions: https://developer.android.com/about/versions/10/privacy/changes#physical-activity-recognition.

    • cordova.plugins.diagnostic.permission.ACTIVITY_RECOGNITION
    Runtime permission groups
    • Each runtime permission belongs to a permission group.
    • In Android 6 & 7:
      • Requesting a permission also requests authorisation for all other permissions in that group.
      • If other permissions in the group are not defined in the manifest, they will default to DENIED_ALWAYS status.
      • Otherwise, if user grants permission, all other permissions in the group will be granted
      • if user denies permission, all other permissions in the group will be denied.
    • In Android 8+:
      • Requesting a permission only grants that permission, not (as previously) all other permissions in that group.
      • However, once the user grants a permission to the app, all subsequent requests for permissions in that permission group are automatically granted.
      • See Android 8.0 developer notes for more.

    Permissions are grouped as follows:

    CALENDAR: [READ_CALENDAR, WRITE_CALENDAR],
    CAMERA: [CAMERA],
    CONTACTS: [READ_CONTACTS, WRITE_CONTACTS, GET_ACCOUNTS],
    LOCATION: [ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION, ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION],
    MICROPHONE: [RECORD_AUDIO],
    PHONE: [READ_PHONE_STATE, CALL_PHONE, ADD_VOICEMAIL, USE_SIP, PROCESS_OUTGOING_CALLS, READ_CALL_LOG, WRITE_CALL_LOG],
    SENSORS: [BODY_SENSORS],
    SMS: [SEND_SMS, RECEIVE_SMS, READ_SMS, RECEIVE_WAP_PUSH, RECEIVE_MMS],
    STORAGE: [READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE, WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE]
    PHYSICAL_ACTIVITY: [ACTIVITY_RECOGNITION]
    
    Runtime permissions example project

    While the cordova-diagnostic-plugin-example illustrates use of runtime permissions in the context of requesting location and camera access, the cordova-diagnostic-plugin-android-runtime-example project explicitly illustrates use of Android runtime permissions with this plugin:

    https://github.com/dpa99c/cordova-diagnostic-plugin-android-runtime-example

    Android Camera permissions

    Note that the Android variant of requestCameraAuthorization() requests the READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission, in addition to the CAMERA permission. This is because the cordova-plugin-camera@2.2+ requires both of these permissions.

    So to use this method in conjunction with the Cordova camera plugin, make sure you are using the most recent cordova-plugin-camera release: v2.2.0 or above.

    Android Auto Backup

    • Android 6 and above introduces an Auto Backup mechanism whereby app data is backed up to the Cloud and restored when the app is re-installed or installed on a different device signed in with the same Google account.
    • By default, Auto Backup will sync all local app data including file storage, databases, shared preferences (k/v storage), etc.
    • This plugin uses Android's SharedPreferences API in order to track whether a runtime permission has been requested during the current installation.
    • This enables the plugin to determine if a permission's status is NOT_REQUESTED vs DENIED_ALWAYS since the Android runtime permissions API does not distinguish between these states.
    • So if Auto Backup is enabled for your app, you'll need to exclude the shared preferences used by this plugin, otherwise preferences that were requested during a previous installation will be wrongly determined as DENIED_ALWAYS if the shared preferences data is restored from Cloud storage
    • To exclude this plugin's data, add the following rule to your XML backup rules: <exclude domain="sharedpref" path="Diagnostic.xml"/>

    Windows

    Supported Windows versions

    Currently the plugin only supports Windows 10 and Windows 10 UWP, not Windows Phone 8.0 or 8.1.

    The reason being that the native functionality required by the plugin's current Windows implementation is only available since Windows 10.

    For example, isLocationAvailable() invokes Windows.Devices.Geolocation.Geolocator.requestAccessAsync(). And this was only introduced in Windows 10.

    Windows Phone 8.x would require a different implementation (even if possible), and I don't plan to add that since the Windows 8.x global marketshare is below 5% and falling, and is also rendered obsolete by Windows 10 UWP.

    Windows 10 UWP permissions

    Some of functions offered by this plugin require specific permissions to be set in the package.windows10.appxmanifest. Where additional permissions are needed, they are listed alongside the function that requires them.

    These permissions will not be set by this plugin, to avoid asking for unnecessary permissions in your app, in the case that you do not use a particular part of the plugin. Instead, you can add these permissions as necessary, depending what functions in the plugin you decide to use.

    You can add these permissions by manually editing the package.windows10.appxmanifest in /platforms/windows/.

    iOS

    iOS usage description messages

    When requesting permission to use device functionality, a message is displayed to the user indicating the reason for the request. These messages are stored in the {project}-Info.plist file under NS*UsageDescription keys.

    Upon installing this plugin into your project, it will add the following default messages to your plist. To override these defaults, you can use <config-file> blocks in your config.xml:

    config.xml

    <platform name="ios">
        <config-file platform="ios" target="*-Info.plist" parent="NSLocationAlwaysUsageDescription">
            <string>My custom message for always using location.</string>
        </config-file>
        <config-file platform="ios" target="*-Info.plist" parent="NSLocationWhenInUseUsageDescription">
            <string>My custom message for using location when in use.</string>
        </config-file>
    </platform>
    

    Example project

    Example project using simple HTML/CSS/JS (no frameworks): cordova-diagnostic-plugin-example

    Example project using Ionic Framework: cordova-diagnostic-plugin-ionic-example

    Phonegap Build users who want to validate the plugin in that environment can try building: https://github.com/dpa99c/cordova-diagnostic-plugin-phonegap-build-example

    Screenshots

    Android

    Android screenshot Android screenshot Android screenshot

    iOS

    iOS screenshot iOS screenshot

    Release notes

    See the CHANGELOG.md

    Credits

    Forked from: https://github.com/mablack/cordova-diagnostic-plugin

    Original Cordova 2 implementation by: AVANTIC ESTUDIO DE INGENIEROS (www.avantic.net)

    Windows 10 implementation by Mike Dailor / Next Wave Software, Inc.

    License

    ================

    The MIT License

    Copyright (c) 2016 Dave Alden / Working Edge Ltd.

    Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

    The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

    THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

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