Published on August 2, 2017 by Google

In this video, Laurence Moroney (@lmoroney) takes you through the process of using the SMS Retriever API on Android. This API lets your app automatically receive verification codes without requesting full SMS reading permissions, and providing a great user experience where the codes are automatically handled without user intervention.

Check out the SMS Retriever Documentation: goo.gl/VFJdHL

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16 Comments on "SMS Verification Codes made Easy on Android!"

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stephanie smith
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stephanie smith
10 days 22 hours ago

Shame on Google they do not allow freedom of thought or freedom of speech, or freedom of opinions

ڤـكـتـور [Fm]
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ڤـكـتـور [Fm]
14 days 18 hours ago

من طرف ميم العوتيبي😳💖.

sebastian cipolat
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sebastian cipolat
16 days 15 hours ago

Great! but how I send an sms from a server??

ZEUS MYLIFE_2.0
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ZEUS MYLIFE_2.0
16 days 7 hours ago

sebastian cipolat Firebase

The Tree Team
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The Tree Team
17 days 1 hour ago

Trẻ trâu thế

DrMasud Sarwar
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DrMasud Sarwar
17 days 1 hour ago

This is good job

ksb2311
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ksb2311
17 days 10 hours ago

That dab tho

X-perto
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X-perto
17 days 8 hours ago

ksb2311 😂 aha 😎 dab 😀 on 😤 them 💯 haters 👌💪

Pierre Boulianne
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Pierre Boulianne
17 days 11 hours ago

Well.👍 g+

Abdul Ghani
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Abdul Ghani
17 days 13 hours ago

the question is. do we trust google after all? they're so invasive over anything. they essentially who knows what they have access to/for. yet they're always keep silent of anything (at least for those who dont understand using them)

Kim Erling Boesgaard Lauritsen
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Kim Erling Boesgaard Lauritsen
17 days 16 hours ago

Cool episode.

Pedro Varela
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Pedro Varela
17 days 16 hours ago

Hi. I have been using this new API since Google IO. Why the hint picker doesn't show the country number? When the result arrives the country code is there. It would be nice to be consistent.

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