Flutter plugin for reading incoming-and-expected SMS only
Currently developed for Android: reading message without requesting SMS permission.
Generate acceptable message format
AppSignatureHelper. Store hash as constant inside your app before building app package.
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onSmsReceived(String message) handler.
Start listening with
Once sms received or receiver timed out, use
startListening again. See example
Demonstrates how to use the sms_receiver plugin.
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dependencies: sms_receiver: ^0.1.0+2
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|0.1.0+2||Feb 1, 2019|
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