Thanks for responding Jim. I can see what you mean in the compiler.json file. The screen shot he sent me of his device, though, shows Connect IQ Version 3.2.4 (and Firmware 11.10). How could that be?
Yep, I am using HAS for weather amongst other things.
It doesn't matter what's on the device in this case. Based on the compiler.json, the APAC for Japan version won't be included in the iq file. due to the min being 3.2
BTW, EVERY one of my apps has a min of 1.2, and then I cut off some devices by not including them, and then in many cases, "has" is really handy. That way if there is a FW update, the app just works, and there is no need to upload a new version.
Thanks Jim. Yeah, I want to move away from supporting devices that only have 28K available for datafields and I want to incorporate some of the new features (and retire some legacy stuff), and whilst HAS is good and useful (I use it a lot at startup and settings changes to work out what I can/cannot support) it's not the best user experience when they think they're getting all the you-beaut features only for some of them not to work because their device doesn't support them. I'd rather the app not appear for them to download, hence setting min sdk to 3.2.4. BUT, in this case, I'll change it to 3.1.0.