// Update a Text View views.setTextViewText(R.id.widget_text_view, "Updated Text"); views.setTextColor(R.id.widget_text_view, Color.BLUE); // Update an Image View views.setImageViewBitmap(R.id.widget_image_view, myBitmap); // Update a Progress Bar views.setProgressBar(R.id.widget_progressbar, 100, 50, false); // Update a Chronometer views.setChronometer(.id.widget_chronometer, SystemClock.elapsedRealtime(), null, true);
You can also set the visibility of any View hosted within Remote Views by calling setViewVisibility, as shown here:
As described in the previous section, once you've made changes to a Remote Views object you must use the App Widget Manager to apply those changes to a particular widget, as shown here:
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