Using Multiple Android Install Referrers

If your Android app has multiple receivers for INSTALL_REFERRER for Google Play, then you need to write a custom receiver that calls these receivers.

The following code shows an example of creating a new receiver class.

import com.tune.TuneTracker;
public class MyReceiver extends BroadcastReceiver {
    public void onReceive(Context context, Intent intent) {
        TuneTracker tracker = new TuneTracker();
        tracker.onReceive(context, intent);
        // Initialize and call onReceive for other receivers.
        // These might include Google Analytics and your own handler.

Then place the receiver in your manifest file as shown in the following code example (but change the receiver name to the one you created above).

<receiver android:name="com.mypackage.MyReceiver" android:exported="true">
        <action android:name=""/>

If an Install Referrer is not working/tracking properly, then please visit Testing the Google Play Install Referrer.

For Plugins:

If you’re using one of the supported plugins, you still need to write a custom receiver in Java, but then export it into a .jar file to be included in the manifest file in your plugin of choice. Please refer to that plugin’s documentation as to the location of the manifest file.