In addition to making sure you don't have any dependencies that require a higher SDK version, you need to make sure your target SDK is 6.0.
Using a "Reference Project"
One of the quickest and easiest ways to compare your project against one that has all of its configurations set properly is to just do use the Telerik Project wizard and save it as a "reference solution".
Here are the 3 simple steps:
1 - Open a new instance of Visual Studio
2 - Select File > New > Telerik Xamarin UI Application
3 - Choose all the platforms
you want to implement and click Finish
(we add all the required dependencies and configure the appropriate settings)
Once you create that solution, do a full solution Rebuild
to restore packages and compile each project. I have attached the application I created in those screenshots above.
Compare your project's settings against the reference project. Once you align them, it should no longer present that error.
Android SDK Manager
If you still cannot build after changing your Android project target and min SDKs, then there might be a problem with your Android SDK installations. Here's a screenshot of my current setup:
If you have any further trouble, please open a support ticket here
so that we can investigate further.
Lance | Tech Support Engineer, Sr.
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