Android video call minimization

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Does the Android integration of the SDK provide a suspension window for displaying video calls? Like WeChat to make video calls to narrow the window and then look at other App interface 

Hi Shibiao,

currently we don’t have an API calls to do that for you, but you can try to change the size of Zoom meeting UI. You can take a look at our example2.



What`s the current status, does it support?

Hi jack.zhao,

Thanks for using Zoom SDK. If you are using Zoom default UI, this feature is not supported yet. If you are using Custom UI, we have this feature available and implemented in our demo app:

Hope this helps. Thanks!

Great! Got it, thanks!

Let me know if any other questions. Happy Zooming!

Hello, I could mark which part of the code this is in, I couldn’t find it.

Hi mattheusgetstudio,

You may find the part that implements the mini window here:

Hope this helps. Thanks!

Hi deepajothinathan,

Thanks for using Zoom SDK. If you are using Zoom default UI, you may refer to the implementation of our demo app “example2”:, it shows how to create your own activity and embed the meeting UI into it.

Hope this helps. Thanks!

Hello Carson, I have been trying to review “example2”, but I can’t find all the code. The documentation mentions the use of the customizable view “MobileRTCVideoView”, however, I don’t see it in my_meeting_layout. It could possibly be inside an included layout, but it’s not present in the example app that I have downloaded. I see this code inside “my_meeting_layout”:

        layout="@layout/zm_conf_main_screen" />

I suspect the custom view might be inside zm_conf_main_screen?

In example2 > src > main > res > layout, I have only two layouts: “main” and “my_meeting_layout”.

Additionally, java > us > zoom > sdkexample2 only contains “Constants”, “MainActivity”, and “MyMeetingActivity”. Is the rest of the code within the libraries “commonlib” and “mobilertc”?

Hi Erlend,

Thanks for the reply. It seems like your question is related to your question here:

Please have a look and if you have any further questions, I will provide further assistance in that post.

Thanks! :slight_smile: