Android SDK Downloads

The Salesforce DMP Android SDK is a framework that an app developer can add to their app to send and receive data from the Salesforce DMP Platform.

The current version is 4.4.0

v4.4.0 (11/19/2018)

  • Added support for Android 8.x

v4.3.2 (05/24/2018)

  • Fixed minor bugs

v4.3.0 (03/07/2018)

  • Added two new methods to support consumer remove and portability
  • Fixed minor bugs

v4.2.0 (02/20/2018)

  • Added two methods to set and get consent settings
  • Added an option to initialize the SDK with consent callback
  • Added worker thread to fetch consent settings every 30 minutes
  • Added In-memory consent management to decide on data collection
  • Added a warning message to inform if consent settings are never set through device

Release Notes: v4.1.1 (10/16/2017)

  • Re-shadowed 3rd party libs to avoid duplicate entries
  • Removed unused icons

Release Notes: v4.1.0 (07/12/2017) 

  • updated minSDKVersion to 16 and targetSDKVersion to 25
  • added SDK version number in the beacon requests
  • added OkHttp3 library to send requests
  • updated play-services-ads to 10.2.4
  • removed geo data collection
  • fixed minor bugs

For apps upgrading from versions 1.7 and lower: 

  • Simplified initialization of SDK to a single call in the app's Application classes onCreate method.
  • Removed dependency on Volley for making network requests.  Use a single .jar for all apps.
  • Improved debug logs so success or failure of calls made to the SDK can be tracked more easily.
  • Other improvements for improving the reliability of the SDK.

 

Download Salesforce DMP test app

This test app project is available to view code samples.  

Latest Files are attached at the bottom of this article

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