Redirect your Flutter application to the Native WiFi Settings.
First, you need add wifluttings in the dependencies list:
dependencies: wifluttings: 0.1.3
Then, you will need import the class:
Finally, you could redirect your application to the Native WiFi Settings with:
if you need check if the settings was opened, you could check the wifluttings response like:
bool settingsWasOpened = await Wifluttings.openNativeWifiSettings;
Demonstrates how to use the wifluttings plugin.
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Add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file:
dependencies: wifluttings: ^0.1.3
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$ flutter packages get
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Now in your Dart code, you can use:
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