Published on May 10, 2018 by Android Developers

Google Play will require app updates to target Android Oreo or above starting this year. This is a how-to guide for migrating an established app, looking at the important changes you need to consider targeting Android Jellybean onward.

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5 Comments on "Migrate your existing app to target Android Oreo and above (Google I/O ’18)"

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Mark King
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Mark King
17 days 9 hours ago

Wow, i had no idea about these issues with JobScheduler. It explains a lot. I took it for granted that it would just work, since developers were being urged to use it since its inception.

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Sieński Witold
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Sieński Witold
28 days 23 hours ago

Needed presentation 🙂

Kris B
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Kris B
1 month 13 days ago

Goddammit, I just upgraded to JobScheduler, now I have to upgrade again to WorkManager.Thanks Obama!

Lew Lansdon
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Lew Lansdon
1 month 9 days ago

Kris B lol obumar you mean

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