Force to use audio in HTML5

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I made a game for Android and some testers say they have an error "You browser does not support web audio API" 
I discovered that this only happens in versions 4.4 or lower, and It might be because of RAM too... Anyway, some forums says if I try to force to use audio in HTML5 it might fix the problem.


Any idea how to do that?
Thanks all.
 

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I made a game for Android and some testers say they have an error "You browser does not support web audio API" 
I discovered that this only happens in versions 4.4 or lower, and It might be because of RAM too... Anyway, some forums says if I try to force to use audio in HTML5 it might fix the problem.


Any idea how to do that?
Thanks all.
assuming you have built using the XDK cordova+html5 method, its a problem with the default embedded crosswalk change it from 19 to 18, and the audio should work just fine.


I'm building in cordova CLI, and Version 18 works for sound except sound effects. If your app is over 250MB though, you wont be able to compile in XDK any more, and will have to do so locally. Until @Faytless finaly makes that video about how to split up large RMMV projects into .obb files.
 

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