I assume all one would need to distribute free apps on Huawei is upload the b4a generated .apk
I have a free app in testing and awaiting approval, but a paid one was rejected for not including the huaweidrm library.
Maybe somebody with experience from adding non standard libraries and creating .xml files could help.
Would be good if this library could be included in standard b4a to enable sales to the Chinese market, which is unavailable through Google Play.
This thread made me aware of this app store so I thought I would give it a try. However I am stuck at the stage where I submit my apk. However, I keep getting the message "The APK package name must be zedone1.11.apk. Please modify and submit again". zedone1.11 is the name of my app. Any idea what I'm doing wrong?
Is the Hauawei DRM a form of localization of the b4a Licensing library for Google PLay DRM. As I understand that was abandoned since Google have gone on to adding DRM at .apk upload stage just as Amazon does.
Anyway the Huawei DRM packgage don't seem to come with any source code, just the compiled .jar file and language support files,
so using the Simple Library Compiler tool for creating a .xml file don't work.
if you mean the Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) SDK, yes, they have a tutorial of how to integrate it to B4A, currently for Analytics and Push kit, i dont know who you need to contact, they contacted me from my Facebook