Can you copy and paste your entire build summary, including 1) The cordova cli version you're targetting, 2) the complete list of plugins.
It also might be a temporary glitch. Our users usually don't have problems installing the Google Play plugin. Try rebuilding it to see if it resolved itself.
Is there any solution?
Right now it worked for me, but now I'm missing the permissions I had, since I have a button that downloads a pdf, now the permissions are not granted by default, I'm trying to add a plugin (https://github.com/NeoLSN/cordova-plugin-android-permission) and it fails me.
You know another option to grant the permissions with this new version of Cordova. 6.2.0?
I need the permissions of WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE and READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE
How do I separate multiple permissions? I do not see in the documentation how to add permissions in this field.
Is this correct?
Now for API 23 higher versions, the permissions have to be granted at runtime, as you say it does not work, it still does not grant the permissions.
Jesus -- please read the "hint text" in the image I provided. It says "semi-colon separated" which means you use the ';' character. Also, follow the link in the (i) hover test and it will tell you...
To add Android permissions in the Build Settings section of the Projects tab, include only the name of the permission as shown in this Manifest Permission List on the Android Developer site. Add the permission name exactly as shown in that list.
And the link to the Android list of permissions shows the permission as "READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" not "android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE", etc.
Ok, I have already set the permissions as I decided, but it still does not activate those permissions for the user, and saving a file from the app gives me an error because the permissions can not be accepted by the user.
I need that when installing the app the permissions are accepted automatically or when trying to save the file ask permission the user to accept them.
How can I do that?
Right now in the app when installing the permissions are disabled, therefore the user can not use the app correctly giving error.
Try setting your "Target Android API" level to 21, not 23, as shown in the picture in this post > https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-xdk/topic/708911#comment-1896227 < It sounds like you're users are being prompted to allow the permission at app runtime, which is a new feature added in Android 6.0 (API level 23). To make that work your plugins need to include additional code to call some new APIs. If you are setting your target API to 23 it is likely making those calls a requirement. The "target API" represents what your app is tested against, not the maximum Android version your app is allowed to be installed onto.