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I have two build flavors in gradle but for some reason whenever i change the following flag to false i get the titled error message:

ext.enableCrashlytics = false

the error itself complete is below:

Process: com.mobile.myapp.staging, PID: 5439
java.lang.RuntimeException: Unable to create application com.mobile.myapp.UI.myappApplication: io.fabric.sdk.android.services.concurrency.UnmetDependencyException: This app relies on Crashlytics. Please sign up for access at https://fabric.io/sign_up,
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at android.app.ActivityThread.handleBindApplication(ActivityThread.java:4710)
at android.app.ActivityThread.-wrap1(ActivityThread.java)
at android.app.ActivityThread$H.handleMessage(ActivityThread.java:1405)
at android.os.Handler.dispatchMessage(Handler.java:102)
at android.os.Looper.loop(Looper.java:148)
at android.app.ActivityThread.main(ActivityThread.java:5417)
at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Native Method)
at com.android.internal.os.ZygoteInit$MethodAndArgsCaller.run(ZygoteInit.java:726)
at com.android.internal.os.ZygoteInit.main(ZygoteInit.java:616)
Caused by: io.fabric.sdk.android.services.concurrency.UnmetDependencyException: This app relies on Crashlytics. Please sign up for access at https://fabric.io/sign_up,
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at com.crashlytics.android.core.CrashlyticsCore.onPreExecute(CrashlyticsCore.java:234)
at com.crashlytics.android.core.CrashlyticsCore.onPreExecute(CrashlyticsCore.java:207)
at io.fabric.sdk.android.InitializationTask.onPreExecute(InitializationTask.java:44)
at io.fabric.sdk.android.services.concurrency.AsyncTask.executeOnExecutor(AsyncTask.java:611)
at io.fabric.sdk.android.services.concurrency.PriorityAsyncTask.executeOnExecutor(PriorityAsyncTask.java:43)
at io.fabric.sdk.android.Kit.initialize(Kit.java:69)
at io.fabric.sdk.android.Fabric.initializeKits(Fabric.java:440)
at io.fabric.sdk.android.Fabric.init(Fabric.java:384)
at io.fabric.sdk.android.Fabric.setFabric(Fabric.java:342)
at io.fabric.sdk.android.Fabric.with(Fabric.java:313)
at com.mobile.myapp.UI.base.BaseApplication.setupExceptionHandling(BaseApplication.java:51)
at com.mobile.myapp.UI.myappApplication.onCreate(myappApplication.java:45)
at android.app.Instrumentation.callApplicationOnCreate(Instrumentation.java:1013)
at android.app.ActivityThread.handleBindApplication(ActivityThread.java:4707)

And this is how I initialize crashlytics in my Application subclass:

Fabric.with(this, new Crashlytics());

what i am trying to do is have control over whether or not a crashlytics can run or not per flavor. lets say i want flavor1 not to run crashlytics i thought i could use that gradle flag and set it to false. am i missing something ?

Addition to answer of Todd Burner

Be carefull with BuildConfig.DEBUG. IDE can auto-import it from

com.crashlytics.android.BuildConfig (= false)

instead of your app config

${app_package}.BuildConfig

UPDATE

Providing an example on the request of j2emanue

    ...
    import com.fiot.ot.BuildConfig             <- should be
    import com.crashlytics.android.BuildConfig <- my IDE automatically imported 

    fun initFabric(context: Context) {
        val core = CrashlyticsCore.Builder().disabled(BuildConfig.DEBUG).build()
        val kit = Crashlytics.Builder().core(core).build()
        Fabric.with(context, kit)
    }

Where com.fiot.ot package name of my app

UnmetDependencyException: This app relies on Crashlytics · Issue , Describe the bug Sorry for the poor formatting. UnmetDependencyException: This app relies on Crashlytics #848 Please sign up for access at https://fabric.io​/sign_up, install an Android build tool and ask a team member  Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. This app relies on Crashlytics. Please sign up for

Maybe missing apply plugin fabric

I added this line on top of file app/build.gradle resolved my issues!

apply plugin: 'io.fabric'

Crashlytics error – This app relies on Crashlytics. Please sign up for , Addition to answer of Todd Burner. Be carefull with BuildConfig.DEBUG . IDE can auto-import it from com.crashlytics.android.BuildConfig  Please sign up for access at https: //fabric.io/sign_up` You can disable the kit at runtime for debug builds only with the following code: // Set up Crashlytics, disabled for debug builds Crashlytics crashlyticsKit = new Crashlytics .

Whenever I set

ext.enableCrashlytics = false

my app crashes with

io.fabric.sdk.android.services.concurrency.UnmetDependencyException

This app relies on Crashlytics. Please sign up for access at https://fabric.io/sign_up, install an Android build tool and ask a team member to invite you to this app's organization.

What seems to work for me is that I have to disable automatic initialization of Crashlytics by adding this line to AndroidManifest.xml

<meta-data android:name="firebase_crashlytics_collection_enabled" android:value="false" />

Then I manually initialize Crashlytics in the onCreate() method of my Application subclass, use BuildConfig.DEBUG to decide whether to disable CrashlyticsCore, and call Fabric.with(). In fact, I no longer set

ext.enableCrashlytics = false

at all. It all seems to work to me.

Build Tools, New apps should use Crashlytics in Firebase to get access to the latest updates and features. Fabric Otherwise, the Crashlytics kit will throw the following error: com.crashlytics.android.core.CrashlyticsMissingDependencyException: This app relies on Crashlytics. Please sign up for access at https://fabric.io/sign_up`. Describe the bug Sorry for the poor formatting. I get the exception below when running my app for Android. Everything is working well for iOS. Using version 2.0.1 of the plugin.

Todd from Fabric. You will get this error unless you also disable Fabric at run time.

    // Set up Crashlytics, disabled for debug builds
Crashlytics crashlyticsKit = new Crashlytics.Builder()
    .core(new CrashlyticsCore.Builder().disabled(BuildConfig.DEBUG).build())
    .build();

// Initialize Fabric with the debug-disabled crashlytics.
Fabric.with(this, crashlyticsKit);

Check out this link for more details: https://docs.fabric.io/android/crashlytics/build-tools.html#disable-crashlytics-for-debug-builds

Crash Reporting with Crashlytics, Crashlytics is a part of Fabric.io and gives mobile app developers insight into their apps' performance, Register on Fabric.io; Download Android Studio plugin Fabric for Android; After restart CrashlyticsMissingDependencyException: This app relies on Crashlytics. Please sign up for access at https://fabric.io/sign_up`. Problem with fabric crash report #10. This app relies on Crashlytics. Please sign up for This app relies on Crashlytics. Please sign up for access at

Make sure you add in

app.gradle

apply plugin: 'io.fabric'

I also have

classpath 'io.fabric.tools:gradle:1.26.1'

in the

project gradle dependencies

and add the Crashlytics api in the strings, signup in the Crashlytics Site

Get started with Firebase Crashlytics, This quickstart describes how to set up Firebase Crashlytics in your app with the Firebase Crashlytics SDK, so you can get comprehensive crash reports in the  Please sign up for access at https://fabric.io/sign_up ` You can disable the kit at runtime for debug builds only with the following code: // Set up Crashlytics, disabled for debug builds Crashlytics crashlyticsKit = new Crashlytics .

java.lang.RuntimeException: Unable to get provider com.crashlytics , UnmetDependencyException: This app relies on Crashlytics. Please sign up for access at https://fabric.io/sign_up, install an Android build tool and ask a team  Enable Crashlytics in Firebase Console. Goto Firebase Console - Crashlytics and select your project. To link Crashlytics to Firebase, you shall be asked Is this app new to Crashlytics?. Strangely, for our case it is recommended to pick No, it already has Crashlytics.

Crashlytics on Xamarin.Forms, UnmetDependencyException: This app relies on Crashlytics. Please sign up for access at https://fabric.io/sign_up, I've tried the solution stated in this answer on StackOverflow but still doesn't and I get the same error. Please sign up for access at https://fabric.io/sign_up` You can disable the kit at runtime for debug builds only with the following code: // Set up Crashlytics, disabled for debug builds Crashlytics crashlyticsKit = new Crashlytics .

Can't integrate Fabric and Firebase, UnmetDependencyException: This app relies on Crashlytics. Please sign up for access at https://fabric.io/sign_up, install an Android build tool and ask a team member to invite you to this Updating Firebase SKDs caused error: java.lang. Crashlytics; Digits; For Xamarin.Forms, Xamarin.Android and Xamarin.iOS. For iOS, you need to create a application with the same bundle id on XCode as the one on your Xamarin app. Then, use the Fabric Mac app to add your app and complete the Kits on-boarding process.

Comments
  • Can you give an example
  • anwyay to disable crashlytics per flavor yet ?
  • I guess below approach should work (didn't check by myself) CrashlyticsCore.Builder().disabled(BuildConfig.FLAVOR.equals("myFlavor")).build()
  • You got it. This is the answer i wanted if you want to post 1. Thanks
  • Where to put this? I set ext.enableCrashlytics = false for debug build and use your code in the app onCreate() method but the app crash before onCreate() was called. Thanks!
  • This is correct! This is for app-level build.gradle.
  • you sir, saved my day !
  • After writing this line, getting WARNING : WARNING: API 'variant.getExternalNativeBuildTasks()' is obsolete and has been replaced with 'variant.getExternalNativeBuildProviders()'. It will be removed at the end of 2019.
  • @DaoLQ when I add that option everything works well when I build the debug version but on the CI the build fails because it can't find the io.Fabric plugin
  • We must add this line apply plugin: 'io.fabric'