Android, acceleratedRendering and visual effect
merakosp at gmail.com
Sat Jul 21 23:50:25 CEST 2018
What Jacque said;
Originally you had built the standalone with LC 9.0.1 rc1 (and installed it
in the device), so its manifest had targetSDKversion=26.
Then you built a new one with LC 9.0.0, so it had its targetSDKversion
equal to the minSDKversion, as specified in the standalone settings, and
probably lower than 26.
Android does not allow you to push an "update" of an app to the device,
that has a lower targetSDKversion than the original installed app.
So the problem was resolved once you deleted the old app.
On Sat, Jul 21, 2018 at 9:21 PM, J. Landman Gay via use-livecode <
use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> It could be because 9.0.1 sets the target version in the manifest to 26
> and 9.0 sets it to the same version as the one you select in the dropdown
> menu in standalone settings. If you've truly removed the old app completely
> I wouldn't think it would matter, but apparently Android stores some record
> of previous installations.
> Move the manifest from 9.0.1 into the 9.0 runtime folder temporarily and
> see if that helps.
> On 7/21/18 1:29 PM, Dan Friedman via use-livecode wrote:
>> So, I tried to revert back to 9.0.0 because my client is pretty pissed
>> that we’ve missed our deadline. Unfortunately, when I save as standalone
>> in 9.0.0, and try to install it on a device, the device reports that “the
>> package appears to be corrupt”. I tried changing the build number (as
>> Jacque suggested in a related thread (https://forums.livecode.com/v
>> iewtopic.php?t=29624)), but that did not solve the problem. Is there
>> something I need to do to the stack to revert back to 9.0.0 from 9.0.1?
>> FYI, I did all the obvious things like reset the standalone settings,
>> uninstall the old app on the phone, etc.
>> At this point, I would be grateful for ANY advice.
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