Monday, 27 November 2017

Error26, 13 Failed to resolve com android supportappcompat v727

How you setup the Android Support Libraries in your development project depends on what features you want to use and what range of Android platform versions you want to support with your application.
This document guides you through downloading the Support Library package and adding libraries  
 to your development environment.
The support libraries are now available through Google's Maven repository. We no longer support downloading the libraries through the SDK Manager, and that functionality will be removed soon.Choosing Support Libraries

Before adding a Support Library to your application, decide what features you want to include and the lowest Android versions you want to support. For more information on the features provided by the different libraries, see Support Library Features.

Adding Support Libraries In order to use a Support Library, you must modify your application's project's classpath dependencies within your development environment. You must perform this procedure for each Support Library you want to use.






  • Add the support library to the dependencies section. For example, to add the v4 core-utils library, add the following lines:
    dependencies {
        ...
        compile "com.android.support:support-core-utils:27.0.0"
    }
  • Caution: Using dynamic dependencies (for example, palette-v7:23.0.+) can cause unexpected version updates and regression incompatibilities. We recommend that you explicitly specify a library version (for example, palette-v7:27.0.0)

    Google switch to using their own Maven repository instead of downloading them through the Android SDK which is why Android Studio could not find the 26.0.0 version. See the instructions below to add this as a repository to your build.gradle to start using this new repo. https://developer.android.com/topic/l... If you are not ready to update your project yet and are still starting 25 or lower with targetSdkVersion you can add the following decencies to override the ones included by the SDK. compile 'com.android.support:support-v4:25.+' compile 'com.android.support:customtabs:25.+' Update: I have also added this to our troubleshooting section. https://documentation.onesignal.com/d... The Code Is Here:

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