I enrolled my apps in ‘Google Play Signing’. Now I see in the console the following message: I thought that it is due the fact that all my apps were initially signed with the same release key (that I uploaded to Google Play Console during the enrolling procedure to Google Play Signing). So I thought that Google Play sees that
So I been trying to get my first Wear Os watch face published But when I submit I keep it keeps getting rejected. I only lightly changed the Sample Android studio provides nothing much changed but the background and the way the hands move. I keep getting this. I really do not know why it keeps getting rejected. I make
I have an app that uses Depth API. As mentioned here: https://developers.google.com/ar/discover/supported-devices Depth API is not supported by all devices that support ARCore. How can I specify in my Manifest (or elsewhere) that my app requires a device compatible with Depth API ? Indeed, I don’t want to see my app to be downloaded by users who can’t use it!
When I try to upload an application to google play, I get a message. “Unsafe implementation of the interface x509trustmanager”. In a message from Google Play it says: To avoid problems when validating the SSL certificate, change the code of the checkServerTrusted method in the X509TrustManager interface so that a CertificateException or IllegalArgumentException is thrown when it detects suspicious certificates.
I can’t figure out where to upload mapping.txt in the new Google Play Console. Answer To upload a deobfuscation: Open the Play Console. Select an app. On the left menu, select Release > App bundle explorer. Select the Downloads tab, and scroll down to the ‘Assets’ section. Click the upload arrow for the mapping file or the debug symbols as
Is it possible to check if the user has rated the app using In-App Review API? (pressed the Submit button)
Is it possible in any way to update the Whats’s New section in the Google Play Store, without making an update for the app? The thing is that I released an update with 2 languages in the Google Play Store Listing, and then I found out that I made a mistake in the second language. Answer On your app’s Console
I’m building some statistics and would like to have the statistics from google play (the app store) as well. Information like most popular, downloads, price, etc. Does anyone know if there is an API for this or do I have to scrape it myself? Answer There’s a project called android-market-api http://code.google.com/p/android-market-api. Start from there. http://code.google.com/p/android-market-api/source/browse/trunk/AndroidMarketApi/proto/market.proto. Look at App definition there