Use Microsoft Graph to access a user’s Microsoft account data from within an Android app. This sample uses the Microsoft Graph Client Library to work with the data, and uses the Azure AD v2.0 endpoint for authentication of users of personal or work or school accounts.
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README.md

Connect Sample for Android Using the Microsoft Graph SDK

Note: We've updated this sample to use the Microsoft Authentication Library (MSAL) for Android apps.

Building apps for enterprise customers? Your app may not work if your enterprise customer turns on enterprise mobility security features like conditional device access. In this case, you may not know and your customers may experience errors.

To support all enterprise customers across all enterprise scenarios, you must use the Azure AD endpoint and manage your apps using the Azure Management Portal. For more information, see Deciding between the Azure AD and Azure AD v2.0 endpoints.

Microsoft Graph Connect sample

Connecting to Microsoft Graph is the first step every Android app must take to start working with Office 365 services and data. This sample shows how to connect and then call one API through the Microsoft Graph SDK.

Device requirements

To run the Connect sample, your device needs to meet the following requirements:

  • A screen size of 800 x 480 or larger.
  • Android API level 16 or higher.

Prerequisites

To use the Connect sample for Android, you need the following:

Register and configure the app

  1. Sign into the App Registration Portal using either your personal or work or school account.

  2. Add a new Converged application by Selecting Add an app.

    Note: The app registration portal also allows you to create Azure AD Only applications. The authentication library used in this sample is not compatible with Azure AD Only applications.

  3. Enter a name for the app, and select Create application.

    The registration page displays, listing the properties of your app.

  4. Under Platforms, select Add platform.

  5. Select Mobile application.

  6. Copy the Application Id, you'll need it in the next section.

  7. Click Save.

To learn about authenticating with MSAL for Android to make calls to Microsoft Graph, see Call the Microsoft Graph API from an Android app.

Open the sample using Android Studio

  1. Install Android Studio and add the Android SDK packages according to the instructions on developer.android.com.

  2. Download or clone this sample.

  3. Start Android Studio.

    1. Close any projects that you might have open, and then choose Open an existing Android Studio project.
    2. Browse to your local repository and choose the Android-Connect project. Click OK.

    Note: Android Studio shows a Frameworks detected notification if you don't have the Android Support Repository installed. Open the SDK manager and add the Android Support Repository to avoid the Frameworks detected notification.

  4. Open AndroidManifest.xml

    • Replace ENTER_YOUR_CLIENT_ID in two places with the application id from the previous section.
  5. Build the app and install the .APK on your device or emulator.

  6. Enable the Storage permission for the installed sample app on your device or emulator

  7. Download the test.jpg image located in: android-java-connect-sample/app/src/main/res/drawable/test.jpg to your device's external storage root folder.

Once you've built the Connect sample, you can run it on an emulator or device. Pick a device with API level 16 or higher from the Choose device dialog.

To learn more about the sample, see Call Microsoft Graph in an Android app.

Contributing

If you'd like to contribute to this sample, see CONTRIBUTING.MD.

This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact opencode@microsoft.com with any additional questions or comments.

Questions and comments

We'd love to get your feedback about the Connect sample. You can send your questions and suggestions to us in the Issues section of this repository.

Questions about Microsoft Graph development in general should be posted to Stack Overflow. Make sure that your questions or comments are tagged with [MicrosoftGraph] and [API].

Next steps

This sample just shows the essentials that your apps need to work with Microsoft Graph. There is so much more that your apps can do using the Office 365 APIs, like helping your users to manage their work day with calendar, find just the information they need in all the files they store in OneDrive, or find the exact person they need from their list of contacts. We have more to share with you in the Snippets sample for Android.

Additional resources

Copyright

Copyright (c) 2016 Microsoft. All rights reserved.