Incoming SDK 30 hotfix

yes, google play accept it but still not really target API 30, this means all bugs are still existing.

No update is already released.
Just check, apps are now targeting to api 30.

Where is api30 only show api29

Its showing Minimum Api Level not Maximum Target Api Level.
Please read the description carefully.

You can check your apps target api level by using any apk info tools app.
Like this
After exporting your app from kodular.

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From there you set minimun SDK not targeting SDK.

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minSdkVersion = 19 (Android 4.4 - 4.4.4 / KitCat)
compileSdkVersion = 30
targetSdkVersion = 30

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I can’t see any update in google play for Companion 1.5.2 since for 2 days since the release.

You can download directly, check pinned posts

Yeah, I even published it successfully. Moreover, my app is working flawlessly.

Maybe you don’t use components that makes bugs because Kodular itself said there are bugs.

This is boring and desperate. There are many bugs and their causes are difficult to find. Apps that worked very well, now have many fails. Better to wait for to Kodular release a more stable version similar to the last update. I hope that it will be as soon as possible.

Push notification component not working

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New major update coming soon which targets API 30 (Android 11). And in later updates, we will target API 32.

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I’m not sure if I understand that correctly. Kodular is already using targetSdkVersion = 30 (ie targeting Android 11).

Don’t you mean targetSdkVersion = 31 (Android 12) or Android 12L (SDK/API = 32)?

Yes, but that Target SDK does not really support Android 10 (file system issues). We are finally fully implementing Target SDK 30 with its full support for the new file system in Android apps.

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It’s 31, but effectively 32 :sweat_smile::grin:

Ok I understand. This means that then the File component in particular will be adapted to the new file system (Scoped / Shared storage). And also all other components that can store something. Is that correct?

If so, then I really hope that the same bugs will not be present as with AI2, which I have reported countless times over the past few months.

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Obviously not. In addition, the bugs with the File component were not fixed. Among other things, it is not possible to copy or move files.

This hotfix is no longer in effect since Fenix 1.5.5. Full SDK 30 support has been added.
SDK 31 will arrive in a few weeks, to comply with Google Play Store deadlines.

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