1. SDK Target Version Change to API28
Google Play requirements for 2019
In order to provide users with the best Android experience possible, the Google Play Console will continue to require that apps target a recent API level:
- August 2019: New apps are required to target API level 28 (Android 9) or higher.
- November 2019: Updates to existing apps are required to target API level 28 or higher.
Existing apps that are not receiving updates are unaffected and can continue to be downloaded from the Play Store. Apps can still use any
minSdkVersion, so there is no change to your ability to build apps for older Android versions.
For a list of changes introduced in Android 9 Pie, check out our page on behavior changes for apps targeting API level 28+.
CBA Live Assist powered by CafeX release Android SDK, that target API Level is 28.
2. Multiple Camera switch
CBA Live Assist powered by CafeX new Android SDK supports devices which has multiple camera and Android SDK can switch accordingly.
3. Android SDK supports Galaxy Note10+
Because of limitation of WebRTC library, Android SDK failed to use high resolution video on Samsung Note 10 plus. Android SDK will support this device.
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