I am creating an app in a flutter in which I need to display an alert dialog. And this is not a dismissible dialog. But when I press the back button on android it is getting dismissed. I have tried using WillPopScope widget to detect back press events. I am able to detect back button press using WillPopScope but this is not working while the dialog is open. Any suggestion and guide will be really helpful. Thanks.

Dialog creation snippet:

void buildMaterialDialog(
  String dialogTitle,
  String dialogContent,
  String negativeBtnText,
  String positiveBtnText,
  String positiveTextUri) {

showDialog(
    context: context,
    barrierDismissible: false,
    builder: (BuildContext context) {
      return new AlertDialog(
        title: new Text(dialogTitle),
        content: new Text(dialogContent),
        actions: <Widget>[
          new FlatButton(
            onPressed: () {
              //Function called
              _updateDialogNegBtnClicked(isCancelable);
            },
            child: new Text(negativeBtnText),
          ),
          new FlatButton(
            onPressed: () => launch(positiveTextUri),
            child: new Text(positiveBtnText),
          ),
        ],
      );
    });}


Solution 1: anmol.majhail

Back button won't close the dialog.

showDialog(
  context: context,
  barrierDismissible: false,
  builder: (BuildContext context) {
    return WillPopScope(
      onWillPop: () async => false,
      child: AlertDialog(
        title: Text('Title'),
        content: Text('This is Demo'),
        actions: <Widget>[
          FlatButton(
            onPressed: () => Navigator.pop(context),
            child: Text('Go Back'),
          ),
        ],
      ),
    );
  },
);


Solution 2: Jitesh Mohite

Three ways to stop dialog getting closed by Android Back Button

Option one:

           onWillPop: () {
                          return Future.value(false);
                        },

Option Two:

    onWillPop: () async {
                          return false;
                        },

Option Three:

 onWillPop: () {}, // This will give surpress warning, try to avoid this one.


Solution 3: Adib Zaini

Because my reputation not enough to comment on the accepted answer, I want to give other alternative for onPressed: () {}. You can use onPressed: () => null. No warning will pop up.


Solution 4: HandyPawan

 @override
Widget build(BuildContext context) {
return WillPopScope(
onWillPop: _onBackPressed,
child: Scaffold(

      ),
    );
  }

  Future&lt;bool&gt; _onBackPressed() async {
    return await showDialog(
        context: context, builder: (context) =&gt; ExitAppDialogBox());
  }