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“Error running app: Gradle project sync failed. Please fix your project and try again.”


1.File -> Invalidate caches / Restart
2.Shutdown Android Studio
3.Rename/remove .gradle folder in the user home directory
4.Restart Android Studio let it download all the Gradle stuff it needs
5.Gradle build success !
6.Rebuild project…. success !

I see the Google User Data policy warning message, what is the problem?

This is not a code error. This is the sensitive element for the google: “android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE”, but the app is use it, because this permission can detect the incoming call in the phone when you use the radio. (I mute the radio when you talk in your phone.)

While updating an app to Google Play, you need to provide a Privacy Policy for your application. That is always not mandatory but since your app is using personal information of a user, you have to provide a privacy policy.

Just search for some examples of policies and create your own. It is just a word document containing information. You will also get sites online that develop a privacy policy document for you.

One your document is ready, just upload it on your Google Drive with only ‘view’ permission and then paste the link of that document in your app’s console.

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