Multiple substitutions specified in non-positional format; did you mean to add the formatted="false" attribute?

Integrated into the project(android studio 3.1.2)
an error(Multiple substitutions specified in non-positional format; did you mean to add the formatted=“false” attribute?)

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Hi hechao24,

Thanks for using Zoom SDK. Please upgrade your Android Studio, Gradle to the latest version, the use the Android Q SDK to build, this should solve this issue.


I upgraded to AS 3.5.1,The problem is still


Thanks for the reply. Just want to confirm, have you also upgraded your gradle and Android SDK to Q?

Here is the spec that is working:

Android Studio: 3.5.1
Gradle: 3.3.2
Android SDK: API Level 29

You may refer to the settings in our demo app:

Hope this helps. Thanks!

project must support androidX?
not depend on androidx,Running will give an error “ I get this error when I try to initialize the SDK:

after dependency androidX, there is no problem.
but project cannot be upgraded to androidx

please help me

Hi hechao24,

Our Android SDK has 2 versions, the regular version requires AndroidX(the one you download from the master branch), we also offer a version that does not require AndroidX(Please note that this version’s EOL: 01/01/2020), and it is available on Github. You may find more info in the Github README:


hi chen:
Existing methods have a greater impact on older projects
We need to evaluate other integration methods
web sdk Is integration into engineering(android H5) feasible?
How is performance?
What is the minimum supported android version? webview version?


Hi hechao24,

Thanks for the reply. It is not recommended to use Web SDK on mobile devices at the moment. For the prerequisites of Web SDK, you may refer to the doc at:


Thank you for your reply, then let’s evaluate other integration methods.

Hi hechao,

Thanks for the reply. Please feel free to let me know if you have any other questions.