Gospel Library 5.1 for Android

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Gospel Library 5.1 for Android

Postby sbradshaw » Fri Feb 08, 2019 8:58 am

Gospel Library 5.1 for Android has been released on the Google Play Store and will be available soon on the Amazon Appstore (for Kindle Fire devices).

NEW:
• Added study plans feature, allowing users to track the completion of their study.
• Added counts for annotations / personal data to the App Details screen.
• Added ability to view a full chapter in the sidebar, for links to a full chapter.

FIXED:
• Issue where drop-down navigation menu didn’t work in Notes.
• Issue where duplicate general conference talks showed under Speakers or Topics.
• Issue where contextual search in a library section didn’t return full results.
• Issue where search results cleared when rotating the device.
• Issue where deep links didn’t always navigate correctly.
Samuel Bradshaw • If you desire to serve God, you are called to the work.

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Re: Gospel Library 5.1 for Android

Postby Gonk » Wed Feb 13, 2019 8:25 am

Gospel Library won't open after last update. I have always stored the app on my sd card with no issues. If I move the app back to internal storage it will open. All my other apps, including all other Lds apps, open from sd storage. Any ideas?

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Re: Gospel Library 5.1 for Android

Postby sbradshaw » Wed Feb 20, 2019 8:28 am

Gospel Library doesn't support SD cards unless they're formatted as internal storage. The issue is that if the SD card isn't formatted as internal storage, then Gospel Library isn't able to establish ownership of files on the SD card, so it can't set up a folder to manage downloaded content and media (Android gives a "permission denied" error). Any workarounds would lead to lower security in content storage, and higher potential for the various failures that are common to SD cards. Many devices allow the SD card to be formatted as internal storage, but not all. It's possible than an update to Google Play Services or the Play Store is enforcing permissions more strictly than in the past.
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