I recently went through the process of signing and uploading my 1st android app to the Google Play Store only to have it rejected. The reason was a supposed security breach because of cordova which it said was resolved with versions of cordova 4.7 and higher. But when I checked the version installed on my machine is 5.0.0.
Now I don’t know what to do or how to resolve. Do I need to go through the whole process again? Any help or suggestions very welcome and much needed.
open your APK file and check the version in cordova.js file
This is the article concerned. https://support.google.com/faqs/answer/6325474
I have to update some apps due to this.
As baviskarmitesh says, just check everything. It’ll be fine
Thanks for the response, but not sure what you mean. How do I open the APK file? Or do you mean the actual ionic folder? Where do I find the cordova.js file?
You can check your APK file by exploring it using winrar utility. Then check the cordova.js file in it