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Filter devices based on Native code required armeabi-v7a (armv7)

My app requires an armv7 based processor but several users have been able to download the app from the Amazon AppStore even though they have an armv6 device. As far as I've gathered there is no manifest filtering option to indicate this requirement but Google Play automatically filters non armv7 devices by looking at the .apk file (in the list of apk's lists: Native platforms: armeabi-v7a) Is there a way to add this filtering to the Amazon AppStore manually? Or any other solution?
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The Mobile App Distribution Portal allows developers to target binaries in 4 device classes: Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire 2, Kindle Fire HD, and general Android. The only filtering we do is based on these device classes. While we don't filter by Android device feature, you can upload a different binary for each device class, or use the same one. Hope this helps
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