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Phantom android.permission.INTERNET
Started by capellf Nov 14 2019 10:52 PM

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Just built my app with 2019.3550, attempt to upload it to Google Play and I get 

 

Warning:

Users that have the APK with version code 10 may need to accept the android.permission.INTERNET permission, which may result in them not upgrading to this version of the app.

 

(version code 10 is the previous version of my app).

 

My app doesn't require internet permission, and uses no internet. In fact it doesn't require any permissions. Indeed they are correct, if my app asks for internet it would be highly suspicious.

 

In the build.settings, the Android permissions part looks like this:

 

androidPermissions =
{
},
 
I didn't have this issue before; previous versions have never asked for internet permissions.
 
Why is it asking for it now, and how can I prevent that?
 


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What plugins are you using?

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I am not using any plugins.



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Anyone else having this problem? Or any comment on it?

 

At this point I'm stranded, the only thing I can think of is to hack to apk and see if I can remove that permission...




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