Plivo Android SDK

    The Plivo Android SDK lets you create applications capable of making and receiving calls in your Android app. This SDK supports both IPv4 and IPv6 networks, which means you can make and receive calls when your device is connected to a network that uses either or both versions of the protocol. The SDK supports Android versions 6 and above and Android API level 21 and above.

    The current version of the Android SDK is built over the WebRTC framework, which is based on Chromium. It provides high call quality with native WebRTC improvements such as AEC, AGC, and STUN binding requests.

    Prerequisites

    Before you start coding your app:

    1. Register for a Plivo account. You need a Plivo account to create SIP endpoints and Plivo High-Level Objects (PHLO).
    2. Create an endpoint to facilitate making and receiving calls from the Android client. For more information about endpoints and their usage, see our documentation on SIP endpoints. You can automate the creation of endpoints using our REST API; refer to our Endpoint API Reference Guide for details.
    3. Download and install the latest version of Android Studio.
    4. Create a PHLO and link it with your endpoint.

    Getting started with the Plivo Android SDK

    To create a VoIP-enabled Android app:

    1. Download the Plivo Android SDK AAR file and move it to your app/libs folder.Alternatively, you can include this script into your app/build.gradle file:
    allprojects {
        repositories {
            mavenCentral()
        }
    }
    dependencies {
        implementation 'com.plivo.endpoint:endpoint:3.0.1-beta.2'
    }
    

        2. Use our Plivo Voice Quickstart for Android example app as a starting point to  create your app. Use our Best Practices Guide to build the Android app efficiently.

       3. Refer to Android SDK Reference documentation for more details on creating  applications capable of making and receiving calls in your app.

       4. To set up incoming calls with push notifications, see Setting Up Push Notification.

       5. To manage Android push credentials on the console, see Managing Push Credentials.

       6. To debug call-related issues, see our Mobile SDK Troubleshooting Guide.