Hi, I’m a little confused about how to use OTA updates vs full releases.
As far as I’m aware, OTA should be used for minor updates. But each time I run expo publish, it’ll send an OTA to any device with my app installed?
If I want to create a new APK, I run expo build:android before submitting the APK to the google play store, creating release notes, etc. But simply running “expo build:android” will also trigger publish and subsequently send an OTA update to all devices, potentially before I’m ready. Am I correct about this? what is the standard approach to not send an OTA in this case? If I change my app.json it’s a permanent change and next time I want to send an OTA update, it won’t (because I disabled OTA in my settings)