app_settings

A Flutter plugin for opening iOS and Android phone settings from an app.

Getting Started

Include 'app_settings' from Dart Pub.

dependencies:
  flutter:
    sdk: flutter
  app_settings: 1.0.4

Next, import 'app_settings.dart' into your dart code.

import 'package:app_settings/app_settings.dart';

Platform Specifics

The following setting options available on both iOS and Android: openWIFISettings, openLocationSettings, openSecuritySettings

iOS

All three options open the current 'app' settings section if there are settings defined. If no current settings are defined for the app the iPhone Settings Screen will be displayed.

Android

Each option will open and display the exact corresponding screen: WIFI, Location, or Security.

Example

Example implementation using a raised button 'onPressed' event.

Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return Row(
        children: <Widget>[
            RaisedButton(
                onPressed: AppSettings.openLocationSettings(),
                child: Text('Open Location Settings'),
            ),
        ],
    );
}

Libraries

app_settings

Dart

dart:ui
Built-in types and core primitives for a Flutter application. [...]

Core

dart:async
Support for asynchronous programming, with classes such as Future and Stream. [...]
dart:collection
Classes and utilities that supplement the collection support in dart:core. [...]
dart:convert
Encoders and decoders for converting between different data representations, including JSON and UTF-8. [...]
dart:core
Built-in types, collections, and other core functionality for every Dart program. [...]
dart:developer
Interact with developer tools such as the debugger and inspector. [...]
dart:math
Mathematical constants and functions, plus a random number generator. [...]
dart:typed_data
Lists that efficiently handle fixed sized data (for example, unsigned 8 byte integers) and SIMD numeric types. [...]

VM

dart:io
File, socket, HTTP, and other I/O support for non-web applications. [...]
dart:isolate
Concurrent programming using isolates: independent workers that are similar to threads but don't share memory, communicating only via messages. [...]