is there a posibility that when i download the release mode, an old version is downloaded ? not the version i modified lately ?
i m still stuck here, can you explain to me the principal that happens when i create the release app ? is there any tutorial ?
that s exactly what i did, see the picture attached. the application compiled with a non store provision profile as you can see
the modifications i made doesn t appear in release mode ! it appears only when building b4i bridge !!!
B4i-Bridge is an application that you install on the device. It has three purposes: 1. Launch the installation process when needed. This step is done with Apple Configurator 2 if using a local builder (https://www.b4x.com/android/forum/threads/installing-apps-with-apple-configurator-2.128397/)...
I am not sure but what I understand is we should not use package name ends with .bridge because when we debug our app using B4i bridge, our app will have package name such as com.sendatrack.trackingapp.bridge so in your case it will ended up something like app.sendatrack.com.bridge.bridge
Okay i see, i`m using `app.sendatrack.com` when building b4i bridge ! but the build failed in release mode cause the app ID is `app.sendatrack.com.bridge`.
so i think your proposal is totaly correct!
the problem i have to update an app with the bundle id `app.sendatrack.com.bridge`, it will not affect anything if i use a provision profile with this ID `app.sendatrack.com` ?