The Twilio Client SDK for Android has been deprecated and replaced by Twilio's Programmable Voice SDK.
The Programmable Voice SDK offers many improvements over the Twilio Client SDK, including greater stability, improved backgrounding, and built-in support for push notifications for incoming calls.
If you're just getting started with a Twilio mobile application for voice calling, we recommend you use the Programmable Voice SDK. If you're already using the Twilio Client SDK, you should plan to upgrade to the Programmable Voice SDK as soon as you're able.
Get started with the new Programmable Voice SDK by checking out the quickstart for Programmable Voice SDK for Android on Github.
This enum is used as keys to the Device's capabilities map.
The class of the value in the Map is annotated with each enum value.
boolean that indicates whether the device can receive incoming calls.
boolean that indicates whether the device can make outgoing calls.
long that represents the time the device's capability token expires (number of seconds relative to the UNIX epoch).
String representing the account SID.
String representing the application SID used when making an outgoing call. Only present if OUTGOING is also present with a
Map<String, String> of parameters that are sent to the Twilio Application with each outgoing connection.
String representing the client name that should be used for incoming calls.