Version 2021

What's New in the Library Mobile SDK for Android

In each release, changes are made to make the MicroStrategy SDK more powerful and easier to use.

2021 Update 6

  • The Library Mobile SDK for Android is certified to work with Android 12 (API level 31). When you customize MicroStrategy Mobile for Android, you must have Android SDK 31 to develop and compile your application. Android Studio Bumblebee and newer is supported.

  • Configure a specific application URL as an entry point.

2021 Update 4

The Library Mobile SDK for Android is certified to work with Android 12 (API level 31). When you customize Library Mobile for Android, you must have Android SDK 31 to develop and compile your application. Android Studio 4.2 and up is supported.

2021 Update 1

Preconfigure Library Mobile for Android.

2021

  • The Library Mobile SDK for Android is certified to work with Android 11 (API level 30). When you customize Library Mobile for Android, you must have Android SDK 30 to develop and compile your application. Android Studio 3.6 and up is supported.

  • Deep link to Library from other applications.

2020 Update 2

2020

The Library Mobile SDK for Android is certified to work with Android 9 Pie (API level 28).

2019

  • The Library Mobile SDK for Android is certified to work with Android 9 Pie (API level 28).
  • When you customize MicroStrategy Library Mobile for Android, you must have Android SDK 28 to develop and compile your application.

11.0

The Library Mobile SDK for Android was introduced in 11.0. This new SDK was added to the MicroStrategy Developer Library (MSDL) to help users customize the look and feel of MicroStrategy Library Mobile for Android.

  • You can do the following customizations for Library Mobile on Android devices:
  • If you are currently using GCM to get Android push notification, the recommendation is to modify the FCM setting in Android developer and upgrade the client version as soon as possible.

    This ensures seamless use of push notifications without interruption and allows you to take advantage of the new features in FCM right now. In 2016, Google launched Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM), the successor to Google Cloud Messaging (GCM). The GCM server and client APIs are deprecated and will be removed as soon as April 11, 2019.