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Using PixelCopy to take a screenshot

 
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Hello Everyone,

I'm working on an Android Code Labs challenge (the first one) , that requires you to take a screen shot of an activity and enailing it to someone.

There's only one activity and it displays "Hello World".

So I decided to use API class PixelCopy - specifically the method:
PixelCopy.request(Window source, Bitmap dest, PixelCopy.OnPixelCopyFinishedListener listener, Handler listenerThread)

I understand that PixelCopy.OnPixelCopyFinishedListener provides this callback method: onPixelCopyFinished(int copyResult) where int copyResult is PixelCopy.SUCCESS etc if the copy operation was successful.

I'm getting stuck because I don't understand how I should pass PixelCopy.OnPixelCopyFinishedListener PixelCopy.request(). I mean what does the variable listener refer to ? what is its type ? what should listener be ?)

I know that there is an easier way and that it to use API class Screenshot, Screenshot.capture() but I am a glutton for punishment.

The code (as far as I've got with it) is below:


 
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Hello everyone,

I was asking a muddled question.

I have thoroughly studied the official oracle tutorial on nested classes and nested static classes and now I understand.
 
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