Android twitter widget not updating

APPWIDGET_UPDATE"); int ids[] = App Widget Instance(get Application())App Widget Ids(new Component Name(get Application(), Dpp Widget.class)); Extra(App Widget Manager.EXTRA_APPWIDGET_IDS,ids); send Broadcast(intent); int[] ids = App Widget Instance(get Application())App Widget Ids(new Component Name(get Application(), My Widget.class)); My Widget my Widget = new My Widget(); my Update(this, App Widget Instance(this),ids); Context context = get Application Context(); App Widget Manager app Widget Manager = App Widget Instance(context); Component Name this Widget = new Component Name(context, Stack Widget Provider.class); int[] app Widget Ids = app Widget App Widget Ids(this Widget); app Widget Manager.notify App Widget View Data Changed(app Widget Ids, stack_view); int widget IDs[] = App Widget Instance(get Application())App Widget Ids(new Component Name(get Application(), Widget Provider.class)); for (int id : widget IDs) App Widget Instance(get Application()).notify App Widget View Data Changed(id, widget_view); } val intent = Intent(this, My App Widget Provider::class.java) intent.action = App Widget Manager.I haven't found a single one that updates at the moment.I have several widgets that should update regularly: chats, weather, Google Fit, call logs etc; and none of them is updating.But I also want to be able to send it data from a service I am running that calculates the Quality of Sound over wifi.

I tried the Android N beta some time ago (I can't remember if the widgets updated then though). But I'm guessing the Android N beta has nothing to do with my problem? Are there some settings that I could have executed that froze my widgets?

I noticed a problem with my widgets on my Android device where the app widgets were not showing up.

I had all of the standard widgets like Music, News & Weather, and Power Control, but no option for Facebook, Twitter, or any other apps I installed.

(Avoid polling) UPDATE As per Karan's suggestion I have added the following code in my Service: Remote Views remote Views = new Remote Views(Package Name(), R.layout.widget); Component Name this Widget = new Component Name( context, Wlan Widget.class ); remote Text View Text(widget_QCLevel, " " qc Percentage); App Widget Instance( context ).update App Widget( this Widget, remote Views ); With this, you should be able to put any period you want ?

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