The device settings and systems features introduce how you can set and get information about the system. You can also access information about attached devices, and display the application output on an external device screen.
You can use the following device settings and systems features in your native applications:
You can control any external devices attached to the actual user device, and monitor changes in their state. For example, you can access information about the device battery, display, camera flash LED, and power state.
You can control external output devices, allowing you to display the application screen on a separate device. You can manage the presentation mode, receive information and notifications from the device, and set the attributes for the external output.
You can access information about the application runtime environment. You can retrieve, for example, memory or storage information in your application, such as allocated and available amounts.
You can access information about the device system. You can retrieve, for example, various fixed platform features or device capabilities.
You can access information about the system settings. You can retrieve the system configuration related to user preferences.
You can play a feedback pattern using sound or vibration. You can use specific patterns, or specific type and pattern. You can also check whether a specific pattern is supported.
Battery Monitor in wearable applications only
You can access the battery usage-related information for a particular application, or an available hardware resource over a specific duration of time.