If you use an old deployment code will it still update to the latest version?

If you use an old deployment code will it still update to the latest
version or will it statically stay at the version associated with that
deployment code?

Hi,

Your question depends a bit on what you mean in particular by deployment,
as there are a few moving parts in a commcare deployment (the Android
Software, your App config, etc).

If you are referring to your app on HQ, if you install a specific
release/build of your app onto a phone and have the app set to
automatically update from the Application Settings page, the app will
attempt to update once every day or once every week (depending on the
setting) to any version which has a larger version number and has been
"starred" on the releases page.

-Clayton

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If you use an old deployment code will it still update to the latest
version or will it statically stay at the version associated with that
deployment code?


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Ok great.

Thanks for the thorough answer,

Jared

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Hi,

Your question depends a bit on what you mean in particular by deployment, as there are a few moving parts in a commcare deployment (the Android Software, your App config, etc).

If you are referring to your app on HQ, if you install a specific release/build of your app onto a phone and have the app set to automatically update from the Application Settings page, the app will attempt to update once every day or once every week (depending on the setting) to any version which has a larger version number and has been “starred” on the releases page.

-Clayton

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