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Daily Builds after 3490?
Started by troylyndon Aug 03 2019 08:17 PM

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Best Answer Rob Miracle , 06 August 2019 - 06:41 PM

Builds 3490 and earlier supports API Levels 15 to 27. After the 64 bit builds appeared, such as 3510, Corona supports API Levels 15 - 28.

 

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@CoronaLabs, in view of Google's extension of a year to migrate to 64-bit, is Build 3490 still the last 32-bit version? Or are the most recent builds still defaulting to 32-bit? I saw no references to 64-bit in any of the new daily builds.



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Hey @troylyndon, think of it as adding slices of pie.  3490 and earlier only has the 32-bit slice. Builds after 3490 contain both a 32-bit slide and a 64-bit slice. That way, apps built with 3510 for instance, will run on older 32-bit Android devices yet provide 64-bit support.

 

But 3510 contains Android SDK 28 support, while 3490 only goes up to Android SDK 27. 

 

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Hi @Rob, so when you say that build 3510 contains Android SDK 28 support, while 3490 only goes up to Android SDK 27...does this mean that Android SDK 27 is not supported past build 3510, or that builds from 3510 on support the same as 3490 + Android SDK 28?



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Builds 3490 and earlier supports API Levels 15 to 27. After the 64 bit builds appeared, such as 3510, Corona supports API Levels 15 - 28.

 

Rob




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