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Localization periods on Android with Flutter are empty

Hi! I added Adapty SDK to Flutter project and added some subscriptions to App Store and Play Market. When I run app in iOS, it displays localizedSubscriptionPeriod and other localized strings correctly, but in Android app localized strings are empty. Does this works only for iOS? P.S. iOS app already released, Android by now in review status in Play Market for closed testing

adapty appsflyer integration not working

Greetings, One or more analytical events failed to reach AppsFlyer (iOS). Check that your AppsFlyer (iOS) credentials are valid. extension AppDelegate: AppsFlyerLibDelegate { // Handle Organic/Non-organic installation func onConversionDataSuccess(_ data: [AnyHashable: Any]) { ConversionData = data Adapty.updateAttribution(data, source: .appsflyer, networkUserId: AppsFlyerLib.shared().getAppsFlyerUID()) } func onConversionDataFail(_ error: Error) { } } I don't know what this actually issue.

Analytical events failed to reach Appsflyer and Amplitude

Hello! I have integrated Adapty with AppsFlyer and Amplitude exactly as it is written in the documentation and rechecked everything. But I am still getting errors in Adapty: - One or more analytical events failed to reach AppsFlyer (Android); - One or more analytical events failed to reach Amplitude. Could you please advise me how to cope with this issue?

[Android] App is blank after unsubscribing, uninstalling, reinstalling, and trying to resubscribe.

I am 99% sure this is due to adapty, since nothing else gets called before Adapty in my app, and so I should be seeing a paywall(being unsubscribed), however all I get is a blank white screen.

Crash with 1.17.3

Getting a crash https://github.com/adaptyteam/AdaptySDK-iOS/issues/42 which is reportedly fixed. Also is this the only support channel (discussions/ GitHub issues) or is there something better for Pro customers?

Search profile by "Original transaction ID"

Is it possible to be able to search profiles by the Apple "Original transaction ID". You do have that data and I would love our support staff to be able to search via this method. Thanks!

Testing free trials period in Android with React Native

Subscriptions, such as cancellation and auto-renewal, work perfectly fine. The emails are correct. As mentioned in the Google's documentation. The problem is that we have configured a free trial period. But so far, the free trial period couldn't be tested because it doesn't appear in the playstore's payment modal. All subscriptions and free trials are active. We have detected that when the user, without being a tester and without being added in the license tester, tries to pay the subscription for the first time, the trial period appears only if the credit or debit card has not been added yet. Once the card is added, the free trial period disappears from the modal. Just only the information to make a normal subscription appears. In addition, during the tests, with the test users, the emails indicating that there was a free trial period never arrived. Can anyone help me with this? Does this ever happen to you? Thanks!

How to understand which paywall to show if a/b tests are used?

How to understand which paywall to show if a/b tests are used? Do I have to do random myself and show a random paywall ?

Android introductory base offer not appearing

Hi Adapty team, I have a subscription in the play store, with a base introductory offer but when I fetch the paywalls and products the offer information isn't in the JSON payload - the offer would be valid for the user. The value "introductoryOfferEligibility": true, is set but no further details are delivered. I've had a look on the forums/SDK but couldn't find any information. Apple App Store for iOS devices is working correctly. Any help is appreciated, thanks, Matt

How can i get active subscription period? (iOS)

Hi, Adapty Team! I want to get the period of the current active subscription. To get the user's status i'm currently using didReceiveUpdatedPurchaserInfo function. But i think there is no way to get the subscription period. Perhaps, except for the difference between startAt and expiresAt. But is that really the only way?