Hi - I have been uploading and publishing apps on Google Play Store (GPS) for about a year now. Many of my apps are older ones that I've updated. By older, I mean "OLDER" - like made with CNC. Anyway, things have been going fine until about a week ago. Now, when I try to publish an app, I get a message about missing debug codes in my "*.so" files in my libraries. Any idea what this is and how to fix it.
A second concern is that GPS says I must upload both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of my apk. I have updated my files (Java and Android) to the latest. So, I can no longer make 32-bit files on my cpu (64-bit Intel, Core i7). I am assuming that my old files come out as 64-bit when I load them in and build the apk. I looked at one with Apk Analyzer in Android Studio and saw both - x86 and ARM libraries listed. How can I tell if my apks are 32-bit or 64-bit or both?