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I'm filing this separately from Bug #30555 as I believe there are multiple issues at hand. This bug is strictly meant to cover the fact that the aapt path has changed.
This change in paths results in the following build error:
WORKAROUND: Set the $(AaptToolPath) MSBuild property to the new build location in your .csproj:
I removed build-tools 22.0.1 and reinstalled to see if the files have changed, but it still has build-tools/22.0.1/aapt and no build-tools/22.0.1/bin/aapt . Which version is your build-tools?
Nevermind, turned out that I didn't have r23 installed. I see bin/aapt, bin/zipalign etc. there.
Should be fixed in master/c3ff871
We have checked with following steps and able to deploy app on XS/Mac, XS/Windows, and VS/Windows successfully.
Steps we followed:
1. Set up environment having the preview Android Build-tools are installed.
2. Open or create a new Android project in the IDE.
3. Deploy the project to a device or emulator in both Debug and Release.
Hence closing this issue.