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iOS Documentation

SDLOnDriverDistraction Class Reference

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Notifies the application of the current driver distraction state (whether driver distraction rules are in effect, or not).

HMI Status Requirements:

HMILevel: Can be sent with FULL, LIMITED or BACKGROUND

AudioStreamingState: Any

SystemContext: Any

@since SDL 1.0


The driver distraction state (i.e. whether driver distraction rules are in effect, or not)


@property (nonatomic, strong) SDLDriverDistractionState _Nonnull state;


var state: SDLDriverDistractionState { get set }


If enabled, the lock screen will be able to be dismissed while connected to SDL, allowing users the ability to interact with the app.

Optional, Boolean


@property (nonatomic, strong, nullable) NSNumber<SDLBool> *lockScreenDismissalEnabled;


var lockScreenDismissalEnabled: (NSNumber & SDLBool)? { get set }


Warning message to be displayed on the lock screen when dismissal is enabled. This warning should be used to ensure that the user is not the driver of the vehicle, ex. Swipe up to dismiss, acknowledging that you are not the driver.. This parameter must be present if “lockScreenDismissalEnabled” is set to true.

Optional, String


@property (nonatomic, strong, nullable) NSString *lockScreenDismissalWarning;


var lockScreenDismissalWarning: String? { get set }
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