How to remove version code 101 that requests the permission: android.permission.CAMERA

I got the following error when submitting my app to Google Play:
Your app has an apk with version code 101 that requests the permission: android.permission.CAMERA. Apps using this permission in an APK are required to have a privacy policy set.

My app does not require camera access, so I’d like to remove this code instead of going through the process of creating a privacy policy.

What’s the best way to remove this so it doesn’t get flagged by Google?

Hello, well first you have to check if any component uses the camera or requires a camera permission.

Correct, none of my components use any camera functionality.

However, I started with an app template that included profile pics, but deleted that data and associated components. I assume the code is still tucked in the app somewhere, and need to remove it, but I don’t see any way to do so.

I’m on the paid starter plan and would like someone from Adalo to remove it without breaking the app.

In this case you can submit a report ticket here Submit a Support Ticket

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