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https://stackoverflow.com/questions/29294015/how-to-check-if-user-is-logged-in-with-fb-sdk-4-0-for-android

How to check if user is logged in with FB SDK 4.0 for Android? Ask Question Asked 4 years, ... so I was able to check if the user is logged in by using the following: ... This will return an access token for the app if a user is logged into the Facebook for Android app on the same device and that user had previously logged into the app. If an ...

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https://developers.facebook.com/docs/android/getting-started/

Getting Started Android SDK. The Facebook SDK for Android is the easiest way to integrate your Android app with Facebook. It enables: Facebook Analytics - Understand how people are using your product. Facebook Login - Authenticate people with their Facebook credentials. Account Kit - Log people in with just their phone number or email address.

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https://developers.facebook.com/docs/app-events/getting-started-app-events-android/?translation

It is strongly recommended that you upgrade to the latest SDK version. In the Facebook Android SDK v4.18 and earlier, the SDK must be initialized and app activation events logged explicitly. The SDK provides a helper method to log the app activation event. To do this, invoke the SDK's app activation helper once when the application is created.

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http://developers.facebook.com/docs/android/

Related SDKs. Download and integrate the Audience Network SDK for Android to monetize your app with Facebook ads. Monetize your Android apps with Facebook ads using Ad Banners, Full-Screen Ads, and the Native Ad API.

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https://developers.facebook.com/docs/facebook-login/android?sdk=maven

The Facebook Login SDK for Android is a component of the Facebook SDK for Android. To use the Facebook Login SDK in your project, make it a dependency in Maven, or download it. Choose the method you prefer with the following button.

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https://stackoverflow.com/questions/30302733/facebook-sdk-4-0-how-to-check-if-logged-in-just-after-sdkinitialize

At the beginning of my first Activity I want to check if the user is already logged into facebook. The development site and another post on here say you have to check it with getcurrentaccesstoken(). Although this is valid, it seems that it is not accurate if you do this check just after you initialize facebooksdk. Like this:

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https://stackoverflow.com/questions/29378578/android-facebook-sdk-4-0-login-error-when-user-is-logged-in-facebook-app

I´ve been trying to implement Facebook login in my Android App without success. Due to design reasons, I want to implement Facebook login without using the LoginButton that the SDK provides. I have...

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https://developers.facebook.com/docs/android/componentsdks

If you don't need the functionality of the full Android SDK, you can save space by using only the SDK(s) you need to support the Facebook products you want to use in your app. Note that when you use one of the Facebook SDKs, events in your app are automatically logged and collected for Facebook Analytics unless you disable automatic event logging.

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https://www.facebook.com/android

Mar 17, 2020 · Download the Facebook APK for Android here. Create an account or log into Facebook. Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos...

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https://www.facebook.com/help/analytics/299019647415242

You can confirm that events are logging correctly in Activity > Event Debugging in Facebook Analytics. In Event Debugging, you can see the last 20 events logged within 24 hours.. To check event logging in Facebook Analytics: Select Activity from the menu on the left, then select Event Debugging.; Trigger an event, or use the drop-down menus at the top right to filter events and specific contexts.

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