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Martin

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Did anyone see this email from chartboost today?
Does this mean we all need to update our old games or we won't be able to receive any revenue from chartboost for those games? :s
 
Legacy SDK Deprecation
In an effort to maintain the most secure and consistent experience for all our partners, we’re removing support for all legacy versions of our client SDKS. Starting August 1, 2014, all games using iOS SDK 3.0.6 (or below) and Android SDK 3.0.2 (or below) will no longer be able to serve interstitials or advertise with Chartboost. Stay on top our complete deprecation schedule and the latest SDKs for iOS and Android via our Support Site. 
 
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Yea... I guess soo, luckely I have no game running the lower SDK versions [smile]
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i think we're also on the newer sdks, but not sure exactly. I sent a message to chartboost to find out where i can check. will re-post here when i find out.

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Great, I tried to check it and also didn't find it, but I just assumed my chartboost SDK is higher since I've only downloaded them about 2 weeks ago [smile]
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Ok, I heard back from chartboost about this. And it's no problem for us. If any developers apps are in danger of becoming deprecated then chartboost sent them a 2nd email. Here's the message I  go below. Big praise to the chartboost team for there great support.


Hi Martin!

The e-mail you received was one of two e-mails we sent out to customers. That particular e-mail was only notifying all of our customers that we were deprecating older SDKs. We sent another e-mail to specific users who would be affected by this change and a list of all the apps their account has that would be deprecated.

That being said we always recommend upgrading older SDKs to the newest version to take advantage of a lot of the new features.

I have included in this e-mail and attachment of your apps (app ID) and which SDK they are running. You are not in danger of deprecation, and you can choose to continue to use the SDK versions they are on without fear of losing revenue.

At the moment there is no quick way of determining which app is using which SDK however I will pass on that feedback to our engineering team to maybe consider including that information on our dashboard.

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