I guess there are two possible solutions, both of them require to add custom C++ code:
Use the Qt Network C++ components to determine whether internet access is possible.
Or add native code parts to check the connection with Java (for Android) and Objective-C (for iOS) and call them from Qt C++.
The advantage of the first solution is that no platform-specific code is needed, so I would go with that if possible. Using native code might offer more details though, like checking whether WiFi or mobile internet is used for the connection.
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This reply was modified 3 years, 5 months ago by GT.