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What should I use instead of managedQuery?

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managedQuery is recently deprecated. ManagedQuery was used for using Cursor. What should I use since managedQuery was deprecated? Without it, I can't work with Cursor. So there must be alternative of it.

Sample Cursor :

Cursor managedCursor = managedQuery(CallLog.Calls.CONTENT_URI, null,
                null, null, null);
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There's obviously an alternative. But it was available earlier also. It's actually getContentResolver().query(). There's not much more difference. Both classes (not actually class it's something else ~ I forgot the name), contain same code. Here's the query code.

@Nullable
    public final Cursor query(@NonNull Uri uri, @Nullable String[] projection, @Nullable String selection, @Nullable String[] selectionArgs, @Nullable String sortOrder) {
        throw new RuntimeException("Stub!");
    }

Here's the managedQuery code :

 /** @deprecated */
    @Deprecated
    public final Cursor managedQuery(Uri uri, String[] projection, String selection, String[] selectionArgs, String sortOrder) {
        throw new RuntimeException("Stub!");
    }

So use that sample query following way :

getContentResolver().query(CallLog.Calls.CONTENT_URI, null,
                null, null, null);
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