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min sdk(api 26) > device sdk(api 23)

 
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I have create a kotlin app with the follwing gradle :

But, i have a problem, i can't run it in my device android 6.0 api 23
I want to ask you if there's a method or library or some thing the make my app running into my device ?
 
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You have stuff in your app that requires a minimum API of 26.
There's not a great deal you can do to get that to work on pre-26 devices.

I assume this is down to the use of LocalDateTime?
 
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But i want to run my app in my device
yes, when i use LocalDateTime i change min sdk to 26
 
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Then you'll need to find out why your app needs LocalDateTime and see if you can remove it from your dependencies.
It should be possible, as I think you said it was from some generated code?
 
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I'll see that and i'll tell you the result
thank you
 
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