The Argyle team regularly updates Link SDKs with various benefits including new features, bug fixes, and performance improvements. This page provides guidance on how to easily upgrade your SDK version to get the best Argyle Link experience for your users.

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The minimum supported Android version is Android 6.0 (API level 23).


Review the changes in the latest version

Before you upgrade to a new version of the Link SDK, you should review the Releases page on GitHub. This will help you to understand any changes that you will need to make in your code as the result of an upgrade.

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Argyle has released Link 4 which enhances the look and feel of Link. Get the benefits of Link 4 quickly and easily by following Argyle Link Migration guide for Android.

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We strongly recommend upgrading the SDK as soon as there is a new version available. Doing so will help you to provide the best Argyle Link experience in your application.


Upgrade to a new SDK version

Follow these instructions to upgrade an existing project to the most recent version of the Argyle Android SDK:

  • In your app module gradle file (typically found at app/build.gradle) locate the Argyle dependency within your dependencies block and increment the version number according to the latest version number displayed on our Releases page.

    implementation 'com.argyle:argyle-plugin-android-source:<insert latest version number>'

  • To verify the change initiate a gradle sync and confirm no errors.

  • If you are using pro-guard, make sure you have the most up-to-date Proguard rules which can be found in our Integration.