Getting Android WiFi state in Kotlin

In Kotlin you can request if the WiFi adapter is on or off with the following code
This changes the text on a textbox, replace with your textbox.

wifiManager = this.applicationContext.getSystemService(Context.WIFI_SERVICE) as WifiManager
textBox.text = "WiFi State = ${wifiManager.wifiState}"

The important part is

wifiManager.wifiState

It will return a number from 0-4 which indicates if it is on or off.

0 = WiFi is being disabled
1 = WiFi Disabled
2 = WiFi is being enabled
3 = WiFi is Enabled
4 = Error

https://developer.android.com/reference/kotlin/android/net/wifi/WifiManager#WIFI_STATE_DISABLED:kotlin.Int

Kotlin, Launching Settings Activity is Showing Main Activity

The problem is that the code in SettingsActivity is not tied to the settings_activity.xml file. So it is using the activity_main.xml instead. It does in fact switch activities, the header at the top shows that it is in the Settings, but it shows the same information on the Main Activity. Problem showed up after copying and pasting code.

Check the following line under the initial onCreate function

override fun onCreate(savedInstanceState: Bundle?) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState)
        setContentView(R.layout.activity_main)  // <-- Should be R.layout.settings_activity

The setContentView line should reflect the Layout XML file under res -> layout -> settings_activity.xml

You need to use a Theme.AppCompat theme (or descendant) with this activity.

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/21814825/you-need-to-use-a-theme-appcompat-theme-or-descendant-with-this-activity

You need to use a Theme.AppCompat theme (or descendant) with this activity.

Looks like if you get the above error resolved by adding the following to the Android Manifest file.

android:theme="@style/Theme.AppCompat.Light

Kotlin – Buttons and TextViews

Set Text for text view

val textBoxVar: TextView = findViewById(R.id.textBoxID)
textBoxVar.text = "Hello World!"

Button clicked – do something

val buttonVar: Button = findViewById(R.id.buttonID)
buttonVar.setOnClickListener {
    buttonVar.text = "Button Pushed..."  //Change text on button

}

Toast notification

val text = "Hello World! This is a toast message!"
val duration = Toast.LENGTH_SHORT
val toast = Toast.makeText(applicationContext, text, duration)
toast.show()