Re: Adobe AIR on Google Devices
I'm not an official answer-person for AIR questions, but:
Disabling Packaging of Shared Android Applications
Starting with AIR 26, packaging of shared applications for Android is
disabled. With this change, published applications will always have
a captive copy of the runtime included in their installation package
irrespective of the target selected (that is, apk or apk-captive-runtime).
This change allows us to focus our testing and engineering on
captive installation - by far, the most popular option."
On 9/28/18, 11:26 AM, "Diogo Vieira" <diogovsflex@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm looking for Adobe AIR on my Google Play and I'm not finding it. Did
something happen? I received a message from Google that only apps with API
26 or above will continue to be accepted. However I installed it on my
smartphone and I'm not getting it. And when I try to run my application,
there is a message saying that my device does not have AIR 29. Can someone