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Dropbox API v2 Java Android - 64-bit library

Dropbox API v2 Java Android - 64-bit library

clcto
Explorer | Level 3

We need to update our app to comply with Google's new 64-bit requirement.

Is a 64-bit dropbox java library available? 

Has anyone seen any announcement on whether it will become available by August 1?  Otherwise we have to remove dropbox support from our App.

https://android-developers.googleblog.com/2019/01/get-your-apps-ready-for-64-bit.html

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Re: Dropbox API v2 Java Android - 64-bit library

Greg-DB
Dropboxer

The Dropbox Java library should already be ready for this. Note from the guide:

If your app uses only code written in the Java programming language or Kotlin, including any libraries or SDKs, your app is already ready for 64-bit devices.

The Dropbox Java library is written in Java.

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Re: Dropbox API v2 Java Android - 64-bit library

Greg-DB
Dropboxer

The Dropbox Java library should already be ready for this. Note from the guide:

If your app uses only code written in the Java programming language or Kotlin, including any libraries or SDKs, your app is already ready for 64-bit devices.

The Dropbox Java library is written in Java.

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Re: Dropbox API v2 Java Android - 64-bit library

clcto
Explorer | Level 3

Ah, thanks.

This is an inherited project.  It must be using a 32-bit compiled library.

We'll look at compiling a 64-bit version.

Re: Dropbox API v2 Java Android - 64-bit library

clcto
Explorer | Level 3

This turned out to be silly.  Although we switched over to the Java API a few months ago, we were still including the old 32-bit library as well, and this is what threw to the Google Developer Console error.  When we removed the 32-bit library our functions all work, and we can conform to the new Android Apk 64-bit requirement. 

Thanks for the key hint to get us going.

Re: Dropbox API v2 Java Android - 64-bit library

nancy1011
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