Please help, I tried mostly everything I could find.
I somehow managed to make the the automated build uploaded a app version with 6 digits to the play store a while ago. I didn’t realize it the version code was
6 digits and approved it.
However, seems the default code length is
5 digits. The old version is now too large and I can not top it with my builds. They always end up to be
5 digits and hence too small numbers.
The main problem is that one can’t delete an uploaded & released version from the store.
Feeling that if I do not find a reasonable solution I would have to create a new App and move users to it…
I can not find a way how to set / force the version code manually beforeor after building the APK.
Based on this I went through the build.gradle file and disabled ll 158 for instance
versionCode versionCodeOverride ?: Integer.parseInt("" + privateHelpers.extractIntFromManifest("versionCode") + "0")
but to no avail. I could not update my app for a month now. Please help.
This is a more desperate re-post of my previous post