I’ve added Crosswalk to my app recently and am a bit struggling with submitting this version to the Play Store. I’ve learned that Crosswalk changes the build process, so it creates two .apk files instead of one. In the Meteor guide, there is a section about it:
but unfortunately, it mostly refers to this documentation:
This docs contain a lot of information, e.g. that the version codes have to differ and also the configuration support has to be slightly different. However, this doc won’t tell me which of these prerequisites have already been fulfilled by Meteor’s build process and which not. Is there any detailed instruction on the post-build steps required to upload the apk’s to the Play Store?
I’ve also noticed that the non-Crosswalk build’s apk creates binaries for armeabi, armeabi-v7a, and x86. But the new Crosswalk build exports only two apks, and the Play Store developer console says that one fits to armeabi-v7a and the other to x86. Does the missing armeabi matter, or is this only for very old devices?