Migrate traditional Xamarin.Android app to support NET6.0 libraries

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I have a "traditional" xamarin.android app that uses a lot of custom external libraries all with .NET standard 2.1 as target framework. I already have migrated my xamarin droid project to use only androidX libraries, and it currently has Android 11 as target and compile framework, so now I just want to migrate all the libraries from .NET standard to NET6.0.

If I simply change the target framework of my libraries I receveing an error telling that:

Project 'xxx.csproj' targets 'net6.0'. It cannot be referenced by a project that targets 'MonoAndroid,Version=v11.0'.

So, I'm trying to understand what are the right steps to support the latest NET framework in my app. What should have I to do? Migrate all my Droid projects to NET6, and if yes, how?

I'm unable to find official neither unofficial documentation about this.

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Hi @Fjacko ,

Thanks for posting your issue here.However this platform is used for how-to discussions and sharing best practices for building any app with .NET.Since your issue is a technical question, welcome to post it in Microsoft Q&A forum, the support team and communities on Microsoft Q&A will help you for any technical questions.
Besides, it will be appreciated if you can share it here once you post this technical question Microsoft Q&A.
Best Regards,
Lan Huang

@LanHuang thank you for your reply, I just created a new question in Microsoft Q&A forum, have a nice day!