Therefore, you need to use asynchronous processing in the service to perform resource intensive tasks in the background.
A commonly used pattern for a service implementation is to create and run a new The Android platform provides and runs predefined system services and every Android application can use them, given the right permissions.
These system services are usually exposed via a specific Manager class.
Access to them can be gained via the An Android application can, in addition to consuming the existing Android platform services, define and use new services.
To learn more general information about Notification Hubs, see our Notification Hubs Guidance.
Services run with a higher priority than inactive or invisible activities and therefore it is less likely that the Android system terminates them.
All registered devices receive the notification sent by any device.
Normally, you would send notifications using a backend server.
The service receives the intent data from the starting Android component and performs its work. For example, in case the service updates a content provider, the activity is notified by the content provider and no extra step in the service is necessary.If you want to test push notifications inside an emulator, make sure that your emulator image supports the Google API level that you chose for your app.If your image doesn't support native Google APIs, you will end up with the SERVICE_NOT_AVAILABLE exception.A foreground service is a service that should have the same priority as an active activity and therefore should not be killed by the Android system, even if the system is low on memory.A foreground service must provide a notification for the status bar, which is placed under the "Ongoing" heading, which means that the notification cannot be dismissed unless the service is either stopped or removed from the foreground.