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cordova-plugin-sms-receiver v0.1.6

Cordova SMS Receiver Plugin

SMS Receiver plugin for Cordova

This Cordova Android plugin allows you to receive incoming SMS. You have the possibility to stop the message broadcasting and, thus, avoid the incoming message native popup.

Install

cordova plugin add cordova-plugin-sms-receiver --save

Usage

isSupported

Check if the SMS technology is supported by the device.

SmsReceiver.isSupported((supported) => {
  if (supported) {
    alert("SMS supported!")
  } else {
    alert("SMS not supported")
  }
}), function() => {
  alert("Error while checking the SMS support")
})

startReception

Start the SMS receiver waiting for incoming message The success callback function will be called everytime a new message is received. The given parameter is the received message formatted such as: phoneNumber>message (Example: +32472345678>Hello World) The error callback is called if an error occurs.

Example:

SmsReceiver.startReception(({messageBody, originatingAddress}) => {
  alert(messageBody)
}, () => {
  alert("Error while receiving messages")
})

stopReception

Stop the SMS receiver

Example:

SmsReceiver.stopReception(() => {
  alert("Correctly stopped")
}, () => {
  alert("Error while stopping the SMS receiver")
})

Aborting a broadcast

If you abort the broadcast using this plugin (see broadcast boolean variable in the name.ratson.cordova.sms_receiver.SmsReceiver), the SMS will not be broadcast to other applications like the native SMS app. So ... be careful !

A good way to manage this is to stop the SMS reception when the onPause event is fired and, when the onResume event is fired, restart the reception.

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