How do I change my API settings on Android?

Enable an API

  1. Go to the API Console.
  2. From the projects list, select a project or create a new one.
  3. If the APIs & services page isn’t already open, open the console left side menu and select APIs & services, and then select Library.
  4. Click the API you want to enable.
  5. Click ENABLE.

Can we change API level in Android Studio?

Step 1: Open your Android Studio, and go to Menu. File >Project Structure. Step 2: In project Structure window, select app module in the list given on left side. Step 3: Select the Flavors tab and under this you will have an option for setting “Min Sdk Version” and for setting “Target Sdk Version”.

What is minimum SDK version Android?

The min sdk version is the earliest release of the Android SDK that your application can run on. Usually this is because of a problem with the earlier APIs, lacking functionality, or some other behavioural issue. The target sdk version is the version your application was targeted to run on.

Where can I find API configuration in Android?

Follow these steps to enable the API:

  1. In the Google Cloud Console, go to the Projects page.
  2. Enable the Android Performance Parameters API on the project you selected.
  3. Select the Credentials tab on the left.
  4. If the project does not have an existing API key, click CREATE CREDENTIALS and select API Key.
  5. Copy the API key.

What is API configuration setting?

The configuration API provides a central place for modules to store configuration data. This data can be simple configuration like your site name, or more complex information managed with configuration entities, such as views and content types.

Which Android API level should I use?

When you upload an APK, it must meet Google Play’s target API level requirements. New apps and app updates must target Android 11 (API level 30) or higher; except for Wear OS apps, which must target API level 28 or higher.

How do I find my API version?

The best way to test new versions of the API is by setting the version in a HTTP header (see above). That way you can check what has changed and see whether it is compatible with your code, or whether you need to make a change before adopting the new version.