Google Play Console App Warnings

Hi all, I receive these warnings each time a new app bundle is uploaded to Google Play Console. I assume that this is nothing to worry about (for now), but wanted to confirm and ensure that this is standard for all AppGyver android builds?

Thanks! :raised_hands: :raised_hands:

Errors, warnings and messages

3 Warnings

3 MESSAGES FOR VERSION CODE 19

Warning

The developer of play-services-safetynet (com.google.android.gms:play-services-safetynet) has reported critical issues with version 17.0.0. Consider upgrading before publishing a new release.

Here’s what the SDK developer told us:
The SafetyNet Attestation API is being discontinued and replaced by the new Play Integrity API. Begin migration as soon as possible to avoid user disruption. The Play Integrity API includes all the integrity signals that SafetyNet Attestation offers and more, like Google Play licensing and better error messaging. Learn more and start migrating at Discontinuing the SafetyNet Attestation API  |  Android Developers

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Warning

There is no deobfuscation file associated with this App Bundle. If you use obfuscated code (R8/proguard), uploading a deobfuscation file will make crashes and ANRs easier to analyze and debug. Using R8/proguard can help reduce app size. Learn More

Warning

This App Bundle contains native code, and you’ve not uploaded debug symbols. We recommend you upload a symbol file to make your crashes and ANRs easier to analyze and debug. Learn More

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My question is, did you compile recently?

Yes, it was Runtime Version: 4.5.7. Thanks for the reply!

It’s good that someone from the AppGyver team observed your comment and what they can say about it, or guide us a little on this topic if we should worry or not. Thank you very much for making us aware of the Google Play warnings.

These warnings are present and maybe a little bit frightening, but they do not stop your app from being verified by Google and launched. The first one is a major warning that most probably will be included in some future updates of the React Native framework that AG is built on and hopefully also incorporated in Composer. The second two are more debugging and crash analysis types of warnings. If such files are included in the final build, it could be awesome, but several developers struggle with these even if they develop with full-code ways like Android Studio.

So to sum up, don’t worry too much about these if You tested your app thoroughly and configured it well. Using the preview app can basically allow for bug-less app development.

Good luck with Your app publishing.
Cheers. :smiley:

Same here:

Your latest production release (1.3.19 Kompro) contains SDK issues

Aug 13, 2022 08:52

Critical issues have been reported with the following SDK versions:

** com.google.android.gms:play-services-safetynet:17.0.0*

What the SDK developer told us:
The SafetyNet Attestation API is being discontinued and replaced by the new Play Integrity API. Begin migration as soon as possible to avoid user disruption. The Play Integrity API includes all the integrity signals that SafetyNet Attestation offers and more, like Google Play licensing and better error messaging. Learn more and start migrating at Discontinuing the SafetyNet Attestation API  |  Android Developers

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