BeyondPod 4.2.1 Beta

BeyondPod 4.2.1 Beta


Package Name: mobi.beyondpod

Version: 4.2.1 (402401)
Uploaded: Monday, 27-Jul-15 12:21:07 UTC
File size: 8.3 MB (8300604 bytes)
Minimum Android version: MNC+ (M Preview, API MNC)
MD5sum: 69a8aa1eb8af136533dc223c9829f76d
SHA1sum: 959b8775c3511d77fba5aa1058d20fbc0c30a598

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Change logs / What's New

If you are brave enough to run the preview version of Android M on your device, you can also try BeyondPod M BETA.

Android M introduced a few restrictions on how apps access various device resources (like Camera, Messaging, Contacts, Storage cards etc.). The one that affects BeyondPod the most is the requirement to obtain explicit user permission to write to the Storage card (internal or external). In order to accommodate this, we had to make a few changes in the way BeyondPod works with Storage Cards:

Rules below apply only if BeyondPod is running on Android M device.

When installed for the first time (fresh install) on Android M device, BeyondPod by default will store its data (downloaded episodes) in an “app private” folder /Android/data/mobi.beyondpod/files/BeyondPod. The new “app private” folder allows us to start and run without asking the user for any permissions. The side effect of this (good or bad – based on who you ask) is that if you uninstall BeyondPod, all downloaded episodes will be deleted.
If you install BeyondPod on device that already has the “old” (/BeyondPod) folder, BeyondPod will use it. In this case upon start, BeyondPod will prompt to request access to the SD card.
You will also see similar “access prompts” when you try to write/delete episodes from a location on the SD card that requires permission. (Generally anything outside /Android/data/mobi.beyondpod/files now requires permission. Good news is that you will be asked only once).
You can still change the download location to a different folder on the internal or external SD card. BeyondPod will prompt to give it access if it detects that the destination needs a write permission.

Android M is changing quite a bit so the rules above are applicable to the latest Android M release (MP…79).

You can get the latest BeyondPod for Android M BETA from HERE.

At this point, BeyondPod M BETA can be installed only on devices running Android M!

If you need the latest BETA that works on any version of Android – it is available on our BETA page

As always, we appreciate your feedback for any issues you find.

All Versions

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