Flutter Headset Detector Plugin

A Flutter plugin to get a headset event.

This is a clone of headset_connection_event, but seperated wired and wireless event.

Current Status

PlatformPhysical HeadsetBluetooth
iOS
Android

Usage

To use this plugin, add flutter_headset_detector as a dependency in your pubspec.yaml file.

Example

    // Import package
    import 'package:flutter_headset_detector/flutter_headset_detector.dart';

    // Instantiate it
    final headsetDetector = HeadsetDetector();
    Map<HeadsetType, HeadsetState> headsetState = {
      HeadsetType.WIRED: HeadsetState.DISCONNECTED,
      HeadsetType.WIRELESS: HeadsetState.DISCONNECTED,
    };

    /// if headset is plugged
    headsetDetector.getCurrentState.then((_val){
      headsetState = _val;
      setState(() {
      });
    });

    /// Detect the moment headset is plugged or unplugged
    headsetDetector.setListener((_val) {
      switch (_val) {
        case HeadsetChangedEvent.WIRED_CONNECTED:
          headsetState[HeadsetType.WIRED] = HeadsetState.CONNECTED;
          break;
        case HeadsetChangedEvent.WIRED_DISCONNECTED:
          headsetState[HeadsetType.WIRED] = HeadsetState.DISCONNECTED;
          break;
        case HeadsetChangedEvent.WIRELESS_CONNECTED:
          headsetState[HeadsetType.WIRELESS] = HeadsetState.CONNECTED;
          break;
        case HeadsetChangedEvent.WIRELESS_DISCONNECTED:
          headsetState[HeadsetType.WIRELESS] = HeadsetState.DISCONNECTED;
          break;
      }
      setState(() {
      });
    });

Screenshot

  • There are no connected headphones:

  • There are wired connected headphones:

  • There are Bluetooth connected headphones:

  • All types are connected:

Libraries

flutter_headset_detector