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'''UIHardware''' is a Class for setting and and getting some basic properties of the device. It only contains class methods.
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'''UIHardware''' is an undocumented Class for setting and and getting some basic properties of the device. It only contains class methods.
  
 
== Methods ==
 
== Methods ==
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The method {{ObjcClassCall|UIHardware|ringerState}} can be used to obtain the current ringer state. It returns 1 if the ringer is on, 0 for off. Make sure you call this method from a background thread or the app might freeze (tested in SpringBoard).
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The method {{ObjcCall|UIHardware|ringerState|ClassMethod=1}} can be used to obtain the current ringer state. It returns 1 if the ringer is on, 0 for off. Make sure you call this method from a background thread or the app might freeze (tested in SpringBoard). On the iPad the orientation-lock/mute switch is the ringer
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:24, 10 February 2011

UIHardware is an undocumented Class for setting and and getting some basic properties of the device. It only contains class methods.

Methods

Only methods which have been investigated are in this list. For a complete listing examine the header.

Signature +(int)ringerState;
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The method +[UIHardware ringerState] can be used to obtain the current ringer state. It returns 1 if the ringer is on, 0 for off. Make sure you call this method from a background thread or the app might freeze (tested in SpringBoard). On the iPad the orientation-lock/mute switch is the ringer

References