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IdeasVacuum
 
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Android Apps: Google setting API 26 as minimum requirement

by IdeasVacuum Mon Jul 23, 2018 5:46 pm

From August 2018, only apps that support Android API 26 will be accepted on Goggle Play Store.
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Re: Android Apps: Google setting API 26 as minimum requireme

by tj1010 Thu Jul 26, 2018 5:18 pm

I haven't looked how SB handles API levels. I'm sure they use a minimum or single version that's why 5.0+ support only. I hope Google isn't doing it for security alone, because there are public exploits for root all the way up to Oreo, and it's Linux so every time there is a kernel or subsystem exploit exposed to every UID made public that gets root exec Android becomes vulnerable..
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Re: Android Apps: Google setting API 26 as minimum requireme

by Gduc Fri Nov 30, 2018 10:19 pm

I have the same problem.
I cannot get my apk into the Google play store

aapt dump badging my_app.apk
...
sdkVersion:'16'
targetSdkVersion:'25
...

Is there a fix for that?

Is there another way to load my apk into an android phone?

I can only run my app in debug mode.

I tried downloading from my web site to my phone, and the android os refuse to run it
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Re: Android Apps: Google setting API 26 as minimum requireme

by Peter Fri Nov 30, 2018 11:42 pm

Gduc
 
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Re: Android Apps: Google setting API 26 as minimum requireme

by Gduc Sat Dec 01, 2018 2:56 pm

Thanks a lot.

Using the Beta version fix the problem.

I really like using Spider Basic for my android apps.

In a few days I restructured my window pc window program, to use events instead of a loop,

and it worked right away on my android phone. It is so neat :). I never though I would ever get any programs of mine on a phone.

Thank you to Fred and his team, this is really a god product. Good job guys.
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