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    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    but app center sdk isnt working with me on this,
    Jonathan Peppers
    @jonathanpeppers
    did you see if mono-symbolicate could give you a line number?
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    not yet
    Jonathan Peppers
    @jonathanpeppers
    you would have to keep the mSym directory from the build you submitted
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    this gives a LinkAssemblies task failed unexpectedly now...
    failed to resolve Crashes.TrackError();
    Jonathan Peppers
    @jonathanpeppers
    needs a using?
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    all the way on top of the file
    Jonathan Peppers
    @jonathanpeppers
    what is the error? Is there two?
    I would think you would get a C#/Csc error
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    its during build not in the code
    Jonathan Peppers
    @jonathanpeppers
    Try Rebuild is this a Debug build?
    The linker is set to None or something else?
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    Release build,
    Linker to SDK only,
    Multidex on (cuz of the size),
    Target API 28
    trying a rebuild with linker to none
    Linker to none no errors
    apps going to be huge without linking :))
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
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    How can I create an interactive notification in Xamarin Android? For example, the Microsoft Authenticator app sends a notification and the user can Deny or Approve the authentication process. Tapping Approve probably calls some method in the Authenticator app, which then communicates to their back-end.
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    Do you already use a push service for notifications?
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    Yes
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    which one
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    Azure Notifications Hub
    Jonathan Peppers
    @jonathanpeppers
    @Gekidoku I wouldn't set it to None for a Release build. What NuGet package is that method from?
    Maybe we need to file a bug
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    Microsoft.AppCenter.Crashes
    Jonathan Peppers
    @jonathanpeppers
    Version?
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    im using 2.6.2
    cant find a changelog
    heh i may know why its not working....
    the ol classic
    forgot to update the package in the android project
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    @Gekidoku In the app, I'm using FCM
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    I use https://github.com/CrossGeeks/FirebasePushNotificationPlugin since mine is a Forms app.
    and they have a way to have your own User notification categories
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    The docs have details about how to enhance the appearance of a notification, but nothing about how to make it interactive
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    OK, I'll check that out, but my notifications work. The doc shows how to create categories, but nothing for interactive. Are your notifications interactive?
    The Xamarin iOS docs have interactive notificatoins...
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    Mine arent, certain types of notifications do trigger functions automagically but i dont use interactive ones
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    Clearly it is possible since MS is doing it with their Authenticator app. I would like the user to respond to a question, yes/no, as a convenience.
    dont know about regular xam
    @jonathanpeppers me updating the package in the android problem "solved" the linker error
    Jonathan Peppers
    @jonathanpeppers
    :thumbsup: sounds good
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    I'd rather not use FIrebase for iOS.
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    I dont use azure myself, i just use fcm
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    The Azure part works well for me. I'll dig more into interactive notifications for Android. Perhaps the links you provided will help.
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    Or you could at least look how they do it in the android source and copy the parts you could use
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    Exactly! Thanks.
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    @Gekidoku Looks like there is a Notification.Action.Builder for Android notification buttons.
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    @jonathanpeppers Update,
    Its not the license its crashing on.
    It crashes on the line thats Line 21 in the pastebin https://pastebin.com/TkRkavGd