Permissions

Permissions

This walkthrough explains how to add necessary permissions to use Storyly Moments and their effects when permissions are not allowed. Storyly Moments requires two different permission in order to run properly. These permissions are:

Read External Storage Permission

For your users to create a story, they should allow your application to use photo library. If you want to use Storyly Moments, you must add the following entry to your application manifest file even though your application does not need photo library permission:

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" />

For more information about read external storage permission, please check here.

If your user has not allowed or forbid photo library usage yet, upon opening photo gallery Storyly Moments presents an alert for permission. If users allow, they will be able to see the media in library, if they forbid they will see an information screen instead of media. Using this information screen, they will be able to go to settings and give permission.

Camera Usage Permission

For your users to create a story by capturing media using the camera, they should allow your application to use camera. If you want to use Storyly Moments, you must add the following entry to your application manifest file even though your application does not need camera usage permission:

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.CAMERA" />

For more information about camera usage permission, please check here.

If your user has not allowed or forbid camera usage yet, upon opening camera Storyly Moments presents an alert for permission. If users allow, they will be able to open camera, if they forbid they will see an information screen in capture area. Using this information screen, they will be able to go to settings and give permission.