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 * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
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package com.android.phone;
import android.content.Context;
import android.net.Uri;
import android.os.AsyncTask;
import android.os.Looper;
import android.provider.CallLog.Calls;
import android.util.Log;
import com.android.internal.telephony.CallerInfo;

 * Class to access the call logs database asynchronously since
 * database ops can take a long time depending on the system's load.
 * It uses AsyncTask which has its own thread pool.
 * <pre class="prettyprint">
 * Typical usage:
 * ==============
 *  // From an activity...
 *  String mLastNumber = "";
 *  CallLogAsync log = new CallLogAsync();
 *  CallLogAsync.AddCallArgs addCallArgs = new CallLogAsync.AddCallArgs(
 *      this, ci, number, presentation, type, timestamp, duration);
 *  log.addCall(addCallArgs);
 *  CallLogAsync.GetLastOutgoingCallArgs lastCallArgs = new CallLogAsync.GetLastOutgoingCallArgs(
 *      this, new CallLogAsync.OnLastOutgoingCallComplete() {
 *               public void lastOutgoingCall(String number) { mLastNumber = number; }
 *            });
 *  log.getLastOutgoingCall(lastCallArgs);
 * </pre>

public class CallLogAsync {
    private static final String TAG = "CallLogAsync";

     * Parameter object to hold the args to add a call in the call log DB.
    public static class AddCallArgs {
         * @param ci               CallerInfo.
         * @param number           To be logged.
         * @param presentation     Of the number.
         * @param callType         The type of call (e.g INCOMING_TYPE). @see
         *                         android.provider.CallLog for the list of values.
         * @param timestamp        Of the call (millisecond since epoch).
         * @param durationInMillis Of the call (millisecond).
        public AddCallArgs(Context context,
                           CallerInfo ci,
                           String number,
                           int presentation,
                           int callType,
                           long timestamp,
                           long durationInMillis) {
            // Note that the context is passed each time. We could
            // have stored it in a member but we've run into a bunch
            // of memory leaks in the past that resulted from storing
            // references to contexts in places that were long lived
            // when the contexts were expected to be short lived. For
            // example, if you initialize this class with an Activity
            // instead of an Application the Activity can't be GCed
            // until this class can, and Activities tend to hold
            // references to large amounts of RAM for things like the
            // bitmaps in their views.
            // Having hit more than a few of those bugs in the past
            // we've grown cautious of storing references to Contexts
            // when it's not very clear that the thing holding the
            // references is tightly tied to the Context, for example
            // Views the Activity is displaying.

            this.context = context;
            this.ci = ci;
            this.number = number;
            this.presentation = presentation;
            this.callType = callType;
            this.timestamp = timestamp;
            this.durationInSec = (int)(durationInMillis / 1000);
        // Since the members are accessed directly, we don't use the
        // mXxxx notation.
        public final Context context;
        public final CallerInfo ci;
        public final String number;
        public final int presentation;
        public final int callType;
        public final long timestamp;
        public final int durationInSec;

     * Parameter object to hold the args to get the last outgoing call
     * from the call log DB.
    public static class GetLastOutgoingCallArgs {
        public GetLastOutgoingCallArgs(Context context,
                                       OnLastOutgoingCallComplete callback) {
            this.context = context;
            this.callback = callback;
        public final Context context;
        public final OnLastOutgoingCallComplete callback;

     * Non blocking version of CallLog.addCall(...)
    public AsyncTask addCall(AddCallArgs args) {
        return new AddCallTask().execute(args);

    /** Interface to retrieve the last dialed number asynchronously. */
    public interface OnLastOutgoingCallComplete {
        /** @param number The last dialed number or an empty string if
         *                none exists yet. */
        void lastOutgoingCall(String number);

     * CallLog.getLastOutgoingCall(...)
    public AsyncTask getLastOutgoingCall(GetLastOutgoingCallArgs args) {
        return new GetLastOutgoingCallTask(args.callback).execute(args);

     * AsyncTask to save calls in the DB.
    private class AddCallTask extends AsyncTask<AddCallArgs, Void, Uri[]> {
        protected Uri[] doInBackground(AddCallArgs... callList) {
            int count = callList.length;
            Uri[] result = new Uri[count];
            for (int i = 0; i < count; i++) {
                AddCallArgs c = callList[i];

                // May block.
                result[i] = Calls.addCall(
                    c.ci, c.context, c.number, c.presentation,
                    c.callType, c.timestamp, c.durationInSec);
            return result;

        // Perform a simple sanity check to make sure the call was
        // written in the database. Typically there is only one result
        // per call so it is easy to identify which one failed.
        protected void onPostExecute(Uri[] result) {
            for (Uri uri : result) {
                if (uri == null) {
                    Log.e(TAG, "Failed to write call to the log.");

     * AsyncTask to get the last outgoing call from the DB.
    private class GetLastOutgoingCallTask extends AsyncTask<GetLastOutgoingCallArgs, Void, String> {
        private final OnLastOutgoingCallComplete mCallback;
        private String mNumber;
        public GetLastOutgoingCallTask(OnLastOutgoingCallComplete callback) {
            mCallback = callback;

        // Happens on a background thread. We cannot run the callback
        // here because only the UI thread can modify the view
        // hierarchy (e.g enable/disable the dial button). The
        // callback is ran rom the post execute method.
        protected String doInBackground(GetLastOutgoingCallArgs... list) {
            int count = list.length;
            String number = "";
            for (GetLastOutgoingCallArgs args : list) {
                // May block. Select only the last one.
                number = Calls.getLastOutgoingCall(args.context);
            return number;  // passed to the onPostExecute method.

        // Happens on the UI thread, it is safe to run the callback
        // that may do some work on the views.
        protected void onPostExecute(String number) {

    private void assertUiThread() {
        if (!Looper.getMainLooper().equals(Looper.myLooper())) {
            throw new RuntimeException("Not on the UI thread!");