APK's manifest conflicts with targeted Amazon Fire devices(Live App Test)
For test purpose, Our project need to use Live App Test. We configured all staff required. All works fine until it requires us to upload binary file and chose all target devices. After I uploaded binary file and chose most Amazon Fire Phones & Tablets devices, I saw the warning below for all Amazon Fire Phones & Tablets devices that I have chosen before: " Your APK manifest requires capabilities not present on this device. Learn more . android:requiresSmallestWidthDp . No Supported supports-gl-textures formats in manifest " See the content that is part of my manifest below: From the manifest, you see I have already defined "android:requiresSmallestWidthDp" and " " attributes. I have no idea why this warning coming out. I have test manifest with content below (Due to I thought we miss some texture format that is surpposed to be there for some target devices), but the same warning came out: Any help would be appreciate.
Hi virtuos, This is a known issue at this time and can be ignored provided you verified they are working on the desired devices. Please note that these show up as warnings and will not affect final device compatibility. Thanks, Justin
Well - it cannot be ignored! I'm stuck with this issue too. I tried to update my app UlangoTV, but I can't get it even into the submission process. I tested it on all 3 Amazon Fire TV devices. But when I try to add these devices I can`t, because the selectors are greyed out just showing a grey "x". I thought the reason were missing declarations. But nothing changed after I included them. Because my App only makes sense for Fire TV - this is really very bad.
Sorry - It was my fault. I tried to enter a new version. But I did this by adding a second binary to an existing Version. And of cause devices that were supported by the other binary were now crossed out.
Glad to see you found the solution Gernot. When you create an upcoming version, your old binary carries over with compatibility for devices. To add a new binary, you can click the black X next to the binary and it will free up those devices and remove the old binary. Please file a contact us if you have any other questions and we'll assist you.