Changing the Android API Target to 28, renders only a blank screen ie no map.
NOTE : Im targeting Android 9
Do you have any suggestions?
Assuming you are using Delphi 10.3 Tokyo:
Have you tried running the application with Android API target set to the default value (26)?
Im running Delphi Rio, and yes it works fine with API 26.
However, please see :-
Android TargetVersion in Manifest file
Because Im targeting Android Pie devices, I need to set the API = 28.
We'll have to further investigate this issue and will report back as soon as possible.
Im just checking if you have made any progress?
Also, using API 28 on Android 7 seems to fail sometimes
Due to the heavy workload caused by other ongoing projects we haven't been able to further investigate this issue yet.
We'll continue investigating as soon as we have been able to allocate sufficient development time.
Can you please elaborate on what exactly is going wrong on Android 7?
I'll add my experience to this ... Android 9 shows a white screen only (so no map, no controls, completely empty) A beta user reported this and I then purchased a cheap Android 9 phone to test and I get the same. I've not seen any issues on any other versions of Android (I've tried 5.1.1, 6.0, 7.1.2, 8.1).
The app is set to target API 28, but I get the same result with a simple test app using the map component and nothing else and without changing the target API. I'm using Delphi 10.3.1.
I have TMS All Access so for now at least I'm going to replace the map with the OSM one, but a fix would be great.
Can you try following the instructions to enable Android support as mentioned on this page?
Yes, I'd already done that to my app.
I was wrong when I said that my app is targeting API 28; it's API 26 as default in Delphi 10.3.1.
We have not been able to reproduce an issue with TTMSFMXWebGMaps on Android 9.
Can you make sure the device has access to the Google Maps Servers and you are using a valid API Key?
I'll check again this weekend. Sorry for the slow delay I didn't get a notification you'd replied.
This might be a clue: I enabled ShowDebugConsole for the map, and that (on Android 9) gives me ""access to restricted url denied" in the script window.
Does the error message state the url in question?
Do you have access to the Google Maps API URLs from your device?
I checked just now. I've misled you ... it actually says "Access to restricted URI denied", not URL. Sorry about that. There's no other information provided.
Can you also check if the URLs mentioned above are accessible from your Android 9.0 device?
Yes, both URLS open; first to a page of code second to Google Maps Platform page.
I'm not sure what is causing this issue as I haven't been able to reproduce this issue.
We also haven't received any similar reports from other users.
- The API key you are using
- Screenshots of the settings in the Google Developers Console for the API Key are you using
- A screenshot of the app with the error message
Sure, I'll sort those out later today.
Ive found further info, that may help (this relates to Android 9).
Checking the Android Logcat I see the error :-
INFO:CONSOLE(25) "Uncaught ReferenceError: google is not defined", source: about:blank (25)
Please have a look at :-
I hope this helps.
I have had exactly the same issue - no maps on Android 9.0 - only blank white space
Fortunately I also saw that Exoplayer started to have the same issue which was that it was unable to connect and send a simple http request to its usual URL
I found the solution was to add the usesCleartextTraffic='true" to my manifest and now this has solved the problem