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Android Library to help you with your date & time pickers while retaining the instance of the pickers on orientation change.



compile 'com.github.k0shk0sh:RetainedDateTimePickers:1.0.2'


<type>aar</type> </dependency>


Your Activity or Fragment must implement DatePickerCallback and or TimePickerCallback to receive the selected date & selected time if applicable.

RetainedDateTimePickers should be treated as any normal DialogFragment:

  • DatePickerDialog Only
DatePickerFragmentDialog.newInstance().show(getSupportFragmentManager(), "DatePickerFragmentDialog");
  • TimePickerDialog Only
//default  12 hours format TimePickerFragmentDialog.newInstance().show(getSupportFragmentManager(), "TimePickerFragmentDialog");
 //24 hours format TimePickerFragmentDialog.newInstance(true).show(getSupportFragmentManager(), "TimePickerFragmentDialog");
  • DateTimePickerDialog
DatePickerFragmentDialog.newInstance(true).show(getSupportFragmentManager(), "DatePickerFragmentDialog");
  • Date & Time PickerDialog Customization










.show(getSupportFragmentManager(), "DatePickerFragmentDialog");

To understand more how the library works, please take a look at the sample app.


  • Pickers Portrait Mode

- **Pickers Landscape Mode**

- **Pickers Custom Themes via Styles**

Why this library?

  • DatePickerDialog & TimePickerDialog are not retained on orientation change, you'd do a lot of work to retain them, this library simplify that.
  • It uses DatePickerDialog & TimePickerDialog internally.
  • Its simple to use.
  • Its Customizable (Support Custom Themes).
  • Minimum API is 16, but it'll probably work in API 9 and above, just make sure you test it out (we use Support Fragment).


Android Support Fragment Library v24.2.1

Pull requests are welcomed.

Copyright Notice

Copyright (C) 2016 Kosh. Licensed under the Apache 2.0 license (see the LICENSE file).


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