How to check your internet connectivity in Android Application

One of the simple and best utility i found when i was doing a research. Hope it will help you guys as well.

 

import android.content.Context;

import android.net.ConnectivityManager;
import android.net.NetworkInfo;
import android.telephony.TelephonyManager;

/**
* Check device's network connectivity and speed
*
*/
public class Connectivity {

/**
* Get the network info
* @param context
* @return
*/
public static NetworkInfo getNetworkInfo(Context context){
ConnectivityManager cm = (ConnectivityManager) context.getSystemService(Context.CONNECTIVITY_SERVICE);
return cm.getActiveNetworkInfo();
}

/**
* Check if there is any connectivity
* @param context
* @return
*/
public static boolean isConnected(Context context){
NetworkInfo info = Connectivity.getNetworkInfo(context);
return (info != null && info.isConnected());
}

/**
* Check if there is any connectivity to a Wifi network
* @param context
* @param type
* @return
*/
public static boolean isConnectedWifi(Context context){
NetworkInfo info = Connectivity.getNetworkInfo(context);
return (info != null && info.isConnected() && info.getType() == ConnectivityManager.TYPE_WIFI);
}

/**
* Check if there is any connectivity to a mobile network
* @param context
* @param type
* @return
*/
public static boolean isConnectedMobile(Context context){
NetworkInfo info = Connectivity.getNetworkInfo(context);
return (info != null && info.isConnected() && info.getType() == ConnectivityManager.TYPE_MOBILE);
}

/**
* Check if there is fast connectivity
* @param context
* @return
*/
public static boolean isConnectedFast(Context context){
NetworkInfo info = Connectivity.getNetworkInfo(context);
return (info != null && info.isConnected() && Connectivity.isConnectionFast(info.getType(),info.getSubtype()));
}

/**
* Check if the connection is fast
* @param type
* @param subType
* @return
*/
public static boolean isConnectionFast(int type, int subType){
if(type==ConnectivityManager.TYPE_WIFI){
return true;
}else if(type==ConnectivityManager.TYPE_MOBILE){
switch(subType){
case TelephonyManager.NETWORK_TYPE_1xRTT:
return false; // ~ 50-100 kbps
case TelephonyManager.NETWORK_TYPE_CDMA:
return false; // ~ 14-64 kbps
case TelephonyManager.NETWORK_TYPE_EDGE:
return false; // ~ 50-100 kbps
case TelephonyManager.NETWORK_TYPE_EVDO_0:
return true; // ~ 400-1000 kbps
case TelephonyManager.NETWORK_TYPE_EVDO_A:
return true; // ~ 600-1400 kbps
case TelephonyManager.NETWORK_TYPE_GPRS:
return false; // ~ 100 kbps
case TelephonyManager.NETWORK_TYPE_HSDPA:
return true; // ~ 2-14 Mbps
case TelephonyManager.NETWORK_TYPE_HSPA:
return true; // ~ 700-1700 kbps
case TelephonyManager.NETWORK_TYPE_HSUPA:
return true; // ~ 1-23 Mbps
case TelephonyManager.NETWORK_TYPE_UMTS:
return true; // ~ 400-7000 kbps
/*
* Above API level 7, make sure to set android:targetSdkVersion
* to appropriate level to use these
*/
case TelephonyManager.NETWORK_TYPE_EHRPD: // API level 11
return true; // ~ 1-2 Mbps
case TelephonyManager.NETWORK_TYPE_EVDO_B: // API level 9
return true; // ~ 5 Mbps
case TelephonyManager.NETWORK_TYPE_HSPAP: // API level 13
return true; // ~ 10-20 Mbps
case TelephonyManager.NETWORK_TYPE_IDEN: // API level 8
return false; // ~25 kbps
case TelephonyManager.NETWORK_TYPE_LTE: // API level 11
return true; // ~ 10+ Mbps
// Unknown
case TelephonyManager.NETWORK_TYPE_UNKNOWN:
default:
return false;
}
}else{
return false;
}
}

}

 

This piece of code is really worth for your projects as well.

 

Reference

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Zumry Mohamed

Self Taught iOS & Android Mobile Application Developer.

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Self Taught iOS & Android Mobile Application Developer.

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