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How to launch Android app from Dialer

Android give facility to developer and user to use a flexible and open-source platform. In Android, you can take permission for use of Dialer and also the Broadcast Receiver for listening something happened or not.

So, today I am sharing with you how to open Apps through Dialer. Dailing some predefine code | Number which opens our Application.

How to launch Android app from Dialer
How to launch Android app from Dialer

Here Some Java code which listening...

public class DialReceiver extends BroadcastReceiver
  public void onReceive(Context context, final Intent intent) {

    if (intent.getAction().equals(android.content.Intent.ACTION_NEW_OUTGOING_CALL)) {
        String phoneNumber = intent.getExtras.getString("Intent.EXTRA_PHONE_NUMBER");

             if(phoneNumber.equals("*#588637#")) { 
             //do your stuff
} } }

And use Manifest File to get your Permision for Access Apps in your Mobile Installed.


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