1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 4, 2017 9:33 AM by David Marston Branched from an earlier discussion.

    Re: Android app rejected because of old OpenSSL

    David Marston Level 1

      Hi,

       

      I've just tried to publish my first app and got the same message:

       

      "for violating our Malicious Behavior or User Data policy."

      I'm going through the steps explained above but I just want to clarify it's nothing I'm doing wrong.

       

      Within the app, I have several links to social media platforms, a link to my website, a couple of buttons which open up the email or sms client on the users phone.

       

      I just want to make sure none of those things are causing this rejection?

       

      Thanks.

        • 1. Re: Android app rejected because of old OpenSSL
          David Marston Level 1

          So it's been rejected again: "

          for violating our Malicious Behavior or User Data policy. "

           

           

           

          I've downloaded and unzipped the latest air.sdk. Linked to that folder via Help-Manage Adobe Air SDK

           

          Created a new licence which is now set at 20-48-RSA by default - it can't be changed from within Animate.

           

          Re-reading the previous thread to see what else I may be missing.

           

          Is this right though. Was I being naive expecting an .apk produced by Animate would work seamlessly with the Android store?

           

          Here's hoping third time lucky . . .