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Version: 3.1


iOS: (Enable Swift) library not found for -lswiftCoreAudio for architecture x86_64

Because the iOS module uses Swift, if the user is using a standard react-native application they'll need to add support for Swift in the project. This can easily be done by adding a swift file to the Xcode project -- could be called dummy.swift and saying yes when prompted if you'd like to generate a bridging header.

Importing Swift

Android: CIRCULAR Default interface methods are only supported starting with Android N (--min-api 24)

Since version 1.0.0, we began using a few Java 8 features in the project to reduce the code size.

To fix the issue, add the following options to your android/app/build.gradle file:

android {
+ compileOptions {
+ sourceCompatibility JavaVersion.VERSION_1_8
+ targetCompatibility JavaVersion.VERSION_1_8
+ }

Android: com.facebook.react.common.JavascriptException: No task registered for key TrackPlayer

The playback service requires a headless task to be registered. You have to register it with registerPlaybackService.

Android: Error: Attribute XXX from [androidx.core:core:XXX] is also present at []

This error occurs when you're mixing both AndroidX and the Support Library in the same project.

You have to either upgrade everything to AndroidX or downgrade everything to the support library.

  • For react-native-track-player, the last version to run the support library is 1.1.4 and the first version to run AndroidX is 1.2.0.
  • For react-native, the last version to run the support library is 0.59 and the first version to run AndroidX is 0.60.

You can also use jetifier to convert all of the native code to use only one of them.

Android: Cleartext HTTP traffic not permitted

Since API 28, Android disables traffic without TLS. To fix the issue you have to use https or enable clear text traffic.