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Report progress from IntentService: Android App Development: RESTful Web Services
Report progress from IntentService: Android App Development: RESTful Web Services

To communicate from an IntentService back to the user interface, you can use broadcast messages. There are a couple of kinds of broadcast messages. The ones you want to use are called local messages, since they stay within a single app’s process and aren’t available to other apps on the device. You’ll use a class named LocalBroadcastManager that’s included in the support repository to send messages, and a BroadcastReceiver to receive and handle messages.

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