EnableX Video Calling Android app with UIKit

This is a sample video calling app that uses EnableX infrastructure, APIs and Toolkit. It allows developers to try out real-time video and audio features on Android.

This sample apps allows you to easily:

  • Create a Virtual Room with REST video API
  • Gain the Room Credentials (i.e. Room ID)
  • Join Virtual Room either as moderator or partipicant securely

You will also enjoy the following features:

For Participants and Moderators

  • Mute Self-Audio
  • Mute Self-Video
  • Switch Camera
  • Switch Audio Device
  • Group and Private Chat

Participant List

  • Switch Layout
  • Disconnect Call
  • Raise Hand to Join the Floor (only for webinar mode)

For Moderators only

  • Record Session
  • Mute Room
  • Mute Participant-Audio
  • Mute Participant-Video
  • Drop Participant from room
  • Allow/deny Participant’s Raised Hand Request (only for webinar mode)
  • Revoke Allowed Raised Hand Request (only for webinar mode)

For more information, pls visit our Developer Center https://www.enablex.io/developer/video/solutions/video-ui-kit/ios-video-ui-kit/

1. Get started

1.1 Prerequisites

1.1.1 App ID and App Key

You would need API Credentials to access EnableX platform. To do that, simply create an account with us. It’s absolutely free!

1.1.2 Requirement

  • Android Studio
  • Language: Either Kotlin or java

1.1.3 Sample Android Client

1.1.4 Application Server

An Application Server is required for your Android App to communicate with EnableX. We have different variants of Application Server Sample Code. Pick the one in your preferred language and follow instructions given in README.md file of respective Repository.

Note the following: • You need to use App ID and App Key to run this Service. • Your Android Client EndPoint needs to connect to this Service to create Virtual Room and Create Token to join the session. • Application Server is created using EnableX Server API while Rest API Service helps in provisioning, session access and post-session reporting.

If you would like to test the quality of EnableX video call before setting up your own application server, you can run the test on our pre-configured environment. Refer to point 2 for more details on this.

1.2 Configure Android Client

  • Open the App
  • Go to VCXConstant.swift, it’s reads:

 /* To try the App with Enablex Hosted Service you need to set the kTry = true
    When you setup your own Application Service, set kTry = false */
    let kTry = true

 /* Your Web Service Host URL. Keet the defined host when kTry = true */
    let kBasedURL = "https://demo.enablex.io/"
 /* Your Application Credential required to try with EnableX Hosted Service
    When you setup your own Application Service, remove these */
    let kAppId    = ""
    let kAppkey   = ""

1.3 Test

1.3.1 Open the App

  • Open the App in your Device. You get a form to enter Name, Room ID and Role (Moderator or Participant).
  • If you don’t have a Room ID, create a Room by clicking the “Create Room” button.
  • Enter the Room ID in the Form to connect to the Virtual Room to carry out an RTC Session either as a Moderator or a Participant.
  • Share Room ID with others to join the Virtual Room with you.


  • This Sample Application created a Virtual Room with limited Participant and 1 Moderator only.
  • In case of emulator/simulator your local stream will not create. It will create only on real device.

2. Testing Environment

If you would like to test the quality of EnableX video call before setting up your own Application server, you can run the test on our pre-configured environment. In this environment, you will only be able to:

  • Conduct a single session with a total durations of not more than 15 minutes
  • Host a multiparty call with no more than 6 participants

More information on Testing Environment: https://developer.enablex.io/video/sample-code/

Once you have tested it, it is important that you set up your own Application Server to continue building a one to one or multiparty Android video calling app. Refer to section 1.1.4 on how to set up the Application Server.

3. Android UIKit

This Sample Application uses EnableX Android UIKit to communicate with EnableX Servers to initiate, manage Real-Time Communications and create a beautify & customized Audio/Video call UI. Please update your Application with latest version of EnableX Android UIKit as and when a new release is available.


    Only one user join


    Two users join


    Multiple users join



    Chat page


    lis of avaliable Participants in session

Here to beautify & customized the UI as follow

Customize Bottom Bar

val setting = EnxSetting.getInstance(this) 

// Enumerated values to use for BottomOption are // AUDIO, VIDEO, SWITCH_CAMERA, SWITCH_AUDIO, GROUP_CHAT, DISCONNECT

val audioButton = EnxButton(this,EnxSetting.BottomOption.AUDIO.tag) audioButton.setImage(R.drawable.audio_on,R.drawable.audio_off)

setting.configureBottomOptionList(listOf( audioButton, disconnectButton))

Customize Top Bar

val setting = EnxSetting.getInstance(this)

// Enumerated values to use for TopOption are // USER_LIST, MENU, REQUEST_FLOOR

val userList = EnxButton(this,EnxSetting.TopOption.USER_LIST.tag) userList.setImage(R.drawable.participant_icon)


For more check this below document

4. Support

EnableX provides a library of Documentations, How-to Guides and Sample Codes to help software developers get started.

Go to https://developer.enablex.io/.

You may also write to us for additional support at [email protected].


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