Wrok constraints in android work manager

Wrok constraints in android work manager

In this post we will see different constraint which we can set when requesting work manager to do work.


Available options for network type is listed below, we can use any of constraint based on our requirement like  call api only when connected to network, or download large data when network unmetered.

  • CONNECTED : Connected to any network


when we set this parameter to true, work will not work if battery is low. 


This parameter checks device charging state and only execute work if it is in charging.


This ensures that device is not in use by user. This helps to ensure our resources are not used by other apps when we are executing work. 


This parameter checks storage availability in device and if it is set to true then it will only execute when device not running on low space.

here is simple demo to use constraint:

val constraints = Constraints.Builder()

val myWorkRequest: WorkRequest =

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