Migrating to AndroidX can be a frustrating process, but it is necessary if you want to use the latest plugins and libraries with your Flutter project. Here are a few tips to help you resolve AndroidX migration issues in your Flutter project:
Update your Flutter SDK: Make sure you are using the latest version of Flutter SDK that includes the latest AndroidX support.
Check plugin compatibility: Make sure that all the plugins you are using in your project have been updated to support AndroidX. You can check the plugin documentation or GitHub repository for information on compatibility and migration steps.
Use the Flutter tool to migrate: Flutter provides a tool called "flutter_tools" that can help you migrate your project to AndroidX automatically. To use this tool, run the following command in your project directory:
flutter run --no-sound-null-safety --androidx
Check Gradle configuration: Make sure that the Gradle configuration files in your project have been updated to support AndroidX. Check the "gradle.properties" file and the "build.gradle" files in the "android" directory to ensure that they are updated with the appropriate settings for AndroidX.
Consider using the Jetifier tool: If you are using third-party libraries that have not been updated to support AndroidX, you can use the Jetifier tool to automatically convert the code to AndroidX. To use Jetifier, run the following command in your project directory:
flutter run --no-sound-null-safety --androidx --no-jetifier
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