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Running APIv2 code to upload files to Dropbox app folder assigned to use APIv1

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Hello,

My Dropbox app has been temporarily allowed to use the retired APIv1 code to upload/download files to/from the Android device. 

What will happen when I release the updated Android app with the code prepared for the new APIv2 standard ?

Will this new Android app function properly with Dropbox file transfers while the Dropbox app is still assigned to work with the old APIv1 code ?

The updated Android app will use the APIv2 code, which has been developed using the modified Android example code, with the latest dropbox-core-sdk 3.0.5 and okhttp 3.8.1.

Please advise.

 

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Re: Running APIv2 code to upload files to Dropbox app folder assigned to use APIv1

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Dropboxer

If you've been granted an extension for access to API v1, your app can use both API v1 and API v2 without issue.

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Re: Running APIv2 code to upload files to Dropbox app folder assigned to use APIv1

Dropboxer
Dropboxer

If you've been granted an extension for access to API v1, your app can use both API v1 and API v2 without issue.

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