I've been searching for a solution for 2 days but can't be able to find it. It starts with the build larger than 100MB so I enable the Split Application Binary (SAB) option. Then I try uploading it to the Play Store and get the error :
"The minimum version code of the ARCore dependency com.google.ar.core.min_apk_version is not in the AndroidManifest.xml file, but the com.google.ar.core metadata tag has been specified" (although I'm not using ARCore and ARCore Supported is NOT checked)
So I search and find that I can override the AndroidManifest to add the missing line, so I build, copy the AndroidManifest from "Temp/StagingArea/" folder to my "Plugins/Android/" folder, add the line and build again. Now I can upload the build to the Play Store (wait for it to be online) then when I launch the app it looks like the .obb can't be accessed. (I tried using the Apk without the .obb directly on my phone and I had the same issue)
I tried multiple things and think the problem is related to AndroidManifest override and SAB because if I don't split my app or if I don't override AndroidManifest the app is working fine. But then I can't upload it to Play Store, either it's too big, either I got the ARCore error and now I'm stuck.
I think there are multiple ways to fix this but it used to work without overriding AndroidManifest so I guess its just the google.ar.core line being added when it should not or the min_apk_version line not being added when it should.
Hope I explained myself clearly and that we can find a quick solution together,