Choice of API Level

by Kevin » Fri, 13 Nov 2009 07:22:45 GMT


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 The developer guide recommends choosing the lowest API level your
application can support.  However, the current SDK only includes
images down to level 2.  What about level 1?  Aren't there devices "in
the wild" that will use the 1.0 Platform?  If you want to target level
1, do you need to use an old SDK?

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