Hi, When trying to open a file(dwg in our case) from the drop box app(version 74.2.2) when running on OS version 7 and up we are getting the following URI: content://com.dropbox.android.FileCache/filecache/5c0a5a5c-4f92-4105-b243-8091211a1eb0 which is a content URI and can be handled appropriately in terms of permissions(No runtime permissions required). On the other hand, when running on OS versions 6 and down we are getting the following URI: file:///storage/emulated/0/Android/data/com.dropbox.android/files/u24222443/scratch/fidelity%20tests/Fidelity%20-%20Set_for_Automation/bungalow.dwg which is a file URI requires declaring READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permissions and asking for a user permission at run-time in order to access the file. So the question is whether this is the intended behavior and if there is a chance it will be changed in the future releases of the dropbox app?
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