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Android SDK integration with RudderStack

Get more out of RudderStack's Android SDK

The RudderStack Android SDK enables you to set permissions to capture the device's Bluetooth and WiFi status. It also allows you to configure your RudderStack client based on different parameters. These include the number of events in a batch request to the server, the minimum waiting time to flush the events to the server, whether SDK will automatically capture application life cycle events, and so on. 


What you can do with Android SDK

Automatically capture certain event-specific and user-specific information that highlight a customer's unique behavioral traits

Record the name of the screen along with the screen category a user visits whenever the user sees a screen on the mobile app (e.g., Homepage, log in screen, etc.)

Capture DeviceID to track users across the application installation

Set up Android device tokens to enable push notifications to be sent to the destinations

How to set up Android SDK Integration

It's quite simple! Refer to our step-by-step guide and start using the Android SDK in no time!



How can we help you?

What does the RudderStack Android SDK do?

RudderStack Android SDK allows you to track event data from your application. After integrating this SDK, you will also be able to send the event data to your preferred analytics destination/s.

What is the Android version required to set up the RudderStack Android SDK?

RudderStack currently supports API 14: Android 4.0 (IceCreamSandwich) or higher.

How do I debug RudderStack Android SDK if I run into any issues?

If you run into any issues regarding the RudderStack Android SDK, you can turn on the VERBOSE or DEBUG logging to find out the issue.

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