[SOLVED] Success method isn't called after successful login Twitter Kit for Android



I figured it out

I’m trying to create my own android twitter client and i previously managed to use the Twitter Kit to login and fetch the Home Timeline but after implementing a logout function logging in doesn’t work anymore. I deleted everything related to logging out and left it as it was before and still, not working. I found out that even though the login succeeds but the success method is never called.

Here is my code and the logs:

Main Activity

public class MainActivity extends AppCompatActivity {

TwitterLoginButton loginButton;
String token;
String secret;
TwitterAuthToken authToken;
Long userId;

protected void onActivityResult(int requestCode, int resultCode, Intent data) {
    super.onActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, data);

    // Pass the activity result to the login button
    loginButton.onActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, data);

protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    TwitterConfig config = new TwitterConfig.Builder(this)
            .logger(new DefaultLogger(Log.DEBUG))
            .twitterAuthConfig(new TwitterAuthConfig(CONSUMER_KEY, CONSUMER_SECRET))

    final SharedPreferences loginPrefs = getPreferences(MODE_PRIVATE);

    loginButton = findViewById(R.id.login_button);
    loginButton.setCallback(new Callback() {
        public void success(Result result) {
            // If the login goes well

            TwitterSession session = TwitterCore.getInstance().getSessionManager().getActiveSession();
            authToken = session.getAuthToken();
            token = authToken.token;
            secret = authToken.secret;
            userId = session.getUserId();
            String username = result.data.getUserName();

            loginPrefs.edit().putString("token", token).apply();
            loginPrefs.edit().putString("secret", secret).apply();
            loginPrefs.edit().putLong("userid", userId).apply();
            loginPrefs.edit().putString("username", username).apply();


        private void login(String username) {
            Intent intent = new Intent(getApplicationContext(), Timeline.class);
            intent.putExtra("username", username);

        public void failure(TwitterException exception) {
            // if the login fails
            Toast.makeText(MainActivity.this, "Login failed", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
private void prefLogin() {
    SharedPreferences loginPrefs = getPreferences(MODE_PRIVATE);
    String preftoken = loginPrefs.getString("token", null);
    String prefsecret = loginPrefs.getString("secret", null);
    Long prefuserId = loginPrefs.getLong("userid", 0);
    String prefusername = loginPrefs.getString("username", null);
    if (!(preftoken == null) && !(prefsecret == null) && !(prefuserId == 0) && !(prefusername == null)) {
        TwitterAuthToken twitterAuthToken = new TwitterAuthToken(preftoken, prefsecret);
        TwitterSession twitterSession = new TwitterSession(twitterAuthToken, prefuserId, prefusername);
        SessionManager sessionManager = TwitterCore.getInstance().getSessionManager();

        Intent intent = new Intent(getApplicationContext(), Timeline.class);

protected void onPause() {


11-27 09:58:04.898 2770-2770/com.dinud11.dinudtwitter D/Twitter: Using OAuth
11-27 09:58:05.421 2770-2770/com.dinud11.dinudtwitter D/Twitter: Obtaining 
request token to start the sign in flow
11-27 09:58:05.886 2770-2770/com.dinud11.dinudtwitter D/Twitter: Redirecting 
user to web view to complete authorization flow
11-27 09:58:08.599 2770-2770/com.dinud11.dinudtwitter D/Twitter: OAuth web 
view completed successfully
11-27 09:58:08.599 2770-2770/com.dinud11.dinudtwitter D/Twitter: Converting 
the request token to an access token.

I’m sorry if this has been asked before but I couldn’t find anything.


please post the solution.