Problem: This is for a method within a java class in Android Studio that doesn’t contain an XML with it. When I type a new method, it says that the method is never used.
Follow the below solution steps to resolve the method “is never used” warning in Android Studio.
This warning message in Android Studio used to remind the developer that maybe the method implementation is missing but that does not affect the execution of the program. It’s actually not a problem or issue, just a reminder from IDE that you have not to use the mentioned method. You can perform the below steps to fix this warning:
Solution 1: Remove that method from the code so that the warning will not show again.
Solution 2: Use that method somewhere if you need it. Below is an example of how to use the method: when you create a method you must make a reference to the method in another method that will invoke the method.
Solution 3: Leave it as it is and use it in the future if you need to.
Solution 4: Comment that method.
Solution 5: Go to the File menu and click on Invalidate Caches / Restart option then restart the Android Studio automatically.