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Version: 0.61

🚧 TimePickerAndroid

Deprecated. Use @react-native-community/datetimepicker instead.

Opens the standard Android time picker dialog.

TimePickerAndroid has been merged with DatePickerIOS and DatePickerAndroid into a single component called DateTimePicker and will be removed in a future release.


try {
const {action, hour, minute} = await{
hour: 14,
minute: 0,
is24Hour: false, // Will display '2 PM'
if (action !== TimePickerAndroid.dismissedAction) {
// Selected hour (0-23), minute (0-59)
} catch ({code, message}) {
console.warn('Cannot open time picker', message);




static open(options)

Opens the standard Android time picker dialog.

The available keys for the options object are:

  • hour (0-23) - the hour to show, defaults to the current time
  • minute (0-59) - the minute to show, defaults to the current time
  • is24Hour (boolean) - If true, the picker uses the 24-hour format. If false, the picker shows an AM/PM chooser. If undefined, the default for the current locale is used.
  • mode (enum('clock', 'spinner', 'default')) - set the time picker mode
    • 'clock': Show a time picker in clock mode.
    • 'spinner': Show a time picker in spinner mode.
    • 'default': Show a default time picker based on Android versions.

Returns a Promise which will be invoked an object containing action, hour (0-23), minute (0-59) if the user picked a time. If the user dismissed the dialog, the Promise will still be resolved with action being TimePickerAndroid.dismissedAction and all the other keys being undefined. Always check whether the action before reading the values.


static timeSetAction()

A time has been selected.


static dismissedAction()

The dialog has been dismissed.