Programming language: Kotlin
License: MIT License
Tags: Media Picker    
Latest version: v2.4.1
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Android Image Picker No config yet highly configurable image picker for Android


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Add this to your project's build.gradle

allprojects {
    repositories {
        maven { url "https://jitpack.io" }

And add this to your module's build.gradle

dependencies {
  implementation 'com.github.esafirm:android-image-picker:x.y.z'

change x.y.z to version in the release page


For full example, please refer to the sample app.

Also you can browse the issue labeled as question here

Start image picker activity

The simplest way to start

val launcher = registerImagePicker {
  // handle result here


Complete features of what you can do with ImagePicker

val config = ImagePickerConfig {
  mode = ImagePickerMode.SINGLE // default is multi image mode
  language = "in" // Set image picker language
  theme = R.style.ImagePickerTheme

  // set whether pick action or camera action should return immediate result or not. Only works in single mode for image picker
  returnMode = if (returnAfterCapture) ReturnMode.ALL else ReturnMode.NONE

  isFolderMode = folderMode // set folder mode (false by default)
  isIncludeVideo = includeVideo // include video (false by default)
  isOnlyVideo = onlyVideo // include video (false by default)
  arrowColor = Color.RED // set toolbar arrow up color
  folderTitle = "Folder" // folder selection title
  imageTitle = "Tap to select" // image selection title
  doneButtonText = "DONE" // done button text
  limit = 10 // max images can be selected (99 by default)
  isShowCamera = true // show camera or not (true by default)
  savePath = ImagePickerSavePath("Camera") // captured image directory name ("Camera" folder by default)
  savePath = ImagePickerSavePath(Environment.getExternalStorageDirectory().path, isRelative = false) // can be a full path

  excludedImages = images.toFiles() // don't show anything on this selected images
  selectedImages = images  // original selected images, used in multi mode

If you want to call it outside Activity or Fragment, you can get the Intent with createImagePickerIntent

Please note: handling in onActivityResult is not recommended since it's already deprecated in favor of the new result API

val intent = createImagePickerIntent(context, ImagePickerConfig())
startActivityForResult(intent, RC_IMAGE_PICKER)

Receive result

when you're done picking images, result will be returned on launcher callback with type List<Image>. This list cannot be null but can be empty

val launcher = registerImagePicker { result: List<Image> ->
  result.forEach { image ->

Camera Only

Use CameraOnlyConfig instead of ImagePickerConfig

val launcher = registerImagePicker { }

You also still can use the DefaultCameraModule but discouraged to do it.


Version 2.x.x

If you still use the previous version, you can check 2.x branch in here

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*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Android Image Picker README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.