java.lang.AssertionError: com.google.android.apps.assistant does not have android.permission.RECORD_AUDIO granted.
com.google.android.apps.assistant does not have android.permission.READ_SMS granted.
com.google.android.apps.assistant does not have android.permission.SEND_SMS granted.
The anouncemnt from Google AGO team
Hi Go partners, adding to this note to answer some of your questions:
* O-Go devices will also benefit from this change. You should make this change for all devices.
* Q-Go config guide will recommend CONFIG_DM_VERITY_FEC=y when the guide is released in the near future.
Starting August 6, 2019, there will be an optional MADA addendum that provides new alternatives for devices distributed in Turkey. You can continue to do business as usual in Turkey under your existing MADA if you do not want to adopt the choices offered in the addendum.
Under the optional MADA addendum, you can adopt any of the following changes on a device-by-device basis:
Google Assistant supports the capability to trigger Device Actions, which partners can integrate with their camera apps. If you wish to take advantage of this feature, you should follow the detailed implementation instructions described in Extended Camera Actions.
Avoid speechservices version 1.07 in your builds
We have recently discovered a bug in com.google.android.apps.speechservices version 1.07. This core app was included in our most recent GMS bundle.
We are in the process of rolling back com.google.android.apps.speechservices to the previous version 1.06. It will be available soon as we update the GMS bundle.
Please review and act upon the following announcements:
PAI Campaign Attribution parameter
Play Auto Installs (PAI) now supports a new attribution parameter (utmCampaign). This attribution parameter can be read by an installed app using the Play Install Referrer API. For details, see Config APK XML files.
|Test suites releases and required-use date; List of CTS waiver patches for next releases|
This month, we have updated releases for the test suites listed below, as well as the GMS package.
Gallery Go product launch and GMS requirements
Recently we launched Gallery Go - a smart, offline-first, gallery app designed to address the key pain points users have on entry-level devices and in connectivity challenged environments.
Starting Nov 4th, 2019, Gallery Go will become a mandatory app for Android Go devices. We will update the GMS requirements accordingly.
In line with your feedback, Gallery Go is fast, light, and works offline using on-device machine learning to deliver modern gallery functionality to more users on Android Go. You can learn more in our blog post.