@Bleeksie Regarding the format of the version number, there is no single number format for neither iOS nor Android. Based on Android’s official documentation, Android app’s version number consists of two numbers seperated by a dot (ex: 1.1). Based on iOS’s official documentation, iOS app’s version number consists of three numbers seperated by two dots (ex: 1.1.1).
In Monaca, the version of both iOS and Android are configured to be the same by default. In other words, if you change the version number of iOS, the version number of Android will also be changed.
I solved it by readding the plugin with variable and the cordova-platform to the project.
Removing the plugin and the cordova-android platform from the project
Add the plugin with GOOGLE_PLAY_SERVICES_VERSION variable:
cordova plugin add email@example.com --variable GOOGLE_PLAY_SERVICES_VERSION="11.0.1"
Add the cordova-android platform
@Matt-Harbaugh I assume this is the same project you sent a support ticket with.
The reason why the Start Build button is disable is because your project is not configured properly. In your case, the issue is with your plugin files. Please follow the instruction I sent with the reply to your support ticket.
@dwaxman Android 6.3 is not available within Cordova 6.5 which is the latest supported Cordova version in Monaca. Therefore, it’s impossible to force Monaca Build server to use Android 6.3. We are planning to release the Cordova 7 support early next year.