Notices

Title
[Update] [Notice] Support for 64-bit architectures
Date
2020-02-26 02:24:42
Attached File

Dear Seller,


This is the Seller Portal Team.

Thank you for your continued support of the Galaxy Store Seller Portal.



■ Major changes


- To deliver faster and richer experiences for users on the latest devices supporting 64bit CPUs, we would highly recommend to provide an application supporting 64bit architectures.



Binary No. 1

Binary No. 2

Binary No. 3

Registration

 Case 1

32 bit (version 1.0)

64bit (version 1.0)

64bit (version 2.0)

Allowed

 Case 2

32bit (version 1.0)

32&64bit (version 1.0)

64bit (version 1.0)

Allowed

 Case 3

32&64bit (version 1.0)

-

-

Allowed

 Case 4

32bit (version 2.0)

32&64bit (version 1.0)

-

Allowed
(not recommended)


※ In Case 4, although the registration is allowed, if the same devices that support 64-bit are mapped to both of no.1 and no.2 binaries, the apk with higher version code (32 bit, version 2.0) will be serviced for devices supporting 64-bit.

Therefore, it is recommended that you provide apks with higher version codes in 64-bit or both in 32 and 64-bit versions.


- You can provide your application to device groups that support both 32 and 64-bit architectures by registering a 32-bit version along with an apk that supports both the 32 and 64-bit architectures.


- Your application will be provided to device groups that support only 64-bit architectures if you register the apk that supports 64-bit architectures only.


- All applications registered before March 12, 2020 will be regarded as 32-bit apks. Delete the existing apks and upload them again if the native platforms information (32 bit / 32 bit & 64 bit / 64 bit) is incorrect.


■ Applicable platform : Android



If you have questions, Seller Portal > Support > Contact us for inquiries.




Thank you.

Seller Portal Team

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