When distributing your application through Google’s Play Store, which devices it runs on is a key consideration, especially in Enterprise. The way the Play Store manages an application's supported devices is through the Device catalogue although that catalogue (at the time of writing) contains nearly 18,000 entries.
We are having two issues. We have an Android based route delivery software that links to the ZQ520 through Bluetooth.
According to my developer, the Zebra SDK requires location permission to connect via bluetooth. Google recently updated their policy and now when I try to release a new APK, it is being rejected by Google because we ask for location permission. I tried to make the changes necessary to comply with Google, but it is still being rejected. Does anyone have any experience with this? Is there a way to link using bluetooth without location permission?