Android / Amazon Setup Guide

The HyprMX SDK is designed to present rewarded, interstitial, and banner/MREC ads in your application. To integrate the SDK, follow the steps below.

SDK Integration

You can integrate the HyprMX SDK through Gradle dependencies. Follow the steps below to set up the SDK.

This guide assumes you already have your Gradle-based project up and running in Android Studio.

If your app is integrated with HyprMX SDK 6.x and you need help with migrating to 6.4+, please follow the steps in the migration guide.

1. Open your existing application in Android Studio.

2. Add the HyprMX SDK to your app's build.gradle file dependencies block:

dependencies {
    implementation ''

3. Adding Google Play Services Ads Identifier is optional. If the dependency below is included, it is the app developer's responsibility to ensure compliance with all Google Play policies, including, but not limited to, the Families Program.

dependencies {
    implementation ''

4. If you are using Kotlin in your application, add the following to your build.gradle inside the android block:

kotlinOptions {
  jvmTarget = "1.8"
  freeCompilerArgs = [

Initializing HyprMX

After you have integrated the SDK, proceed to initialize the HyprMX SDK. To initialize, follow the steps below.

1. Add the following imports to your activity, or auto-import them as you move forward with your integration:


2. Initialize the HyprMX SDK in your main Activity inside the onCreate method as shown below. As a best practice, initialize HyprMX as soon as possible (i.e. when your application is loading) so we can begin preloading ads.

Review the details of initialization parameters, context and distributorID.

private HyprMXIf.HyprMXInitializationListener initializationListener = this;
HyprMX.INSTANCE.initialize(this, DISTRIBUTOR_ID, initializationListener);

// or
HyprMX.INSTANCE.initialize(this, DISTRIBUTOR_ID, initResult -> {
   // do something

context (required)

Your current context instance.

distributorID (required)

The value for distributorID is assigned to your app by HyprMX. If you have not received this ID and your placements information, please reach out to your HyprMX account manager.

If you need to call HyprMx initializer inside a suspending function you can do as below:

val (initSuccess, _) = HyprMX.initialize(this@MainActivity, DISTRIBUTOR_ID)

Initialization Callbacks

initializationListener is the listener for the Initialization Status of the SDK. It will callback to onInitialized as below:

private HyprMXIf.HyprMXInitializationListener initializationListener = new HyprMXIf.HyprMXInitializationListener() {
  public void onInitialized(@NonNull InitResult initResult) {
    if(initResult.isSuccess()) {
      // do something

    if(initResult.getMessage() != null) {
       // an error was thrown, i.e., isSuccess() == false

After receiving the onInitialized callback, you are now ready to load and display ads in your application. See our Rewarded Ads, Interstitial Ads, and Banner/MREC Ads guides to add these ad types to your app.

You can convert these callbacks to lambda (Java) or use a high-order function on Kotlin, as shown above in the initialization section.

Privacy Compliance

Please refer to our Privacy page to learn more about your privacy compliance responsibilities and to implement the relevant privacy methods.


By integrating the HyprMX SDK, you are agreeing to the End User License Agreement.

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