If you delete eas.json and run eas build for the first time, it will create a default eas.json for you. Yours looks like the one that would be created by default. Are you having problems building or submitting your app?
I don’t know what you mean “for my app to export”?
Could you run npx expo-env-info from the terminal while you are in the root of your project and paste the results here?
Is this a newly created app or one you upgraded? Did you build it successfully in the past? If so, how did you build it before?
What do you get if you run expo-cli doctor?
Also, as a test, what happens if you create a new app (obviously do not run this inside your existing project ) and then build it. Use the blank@sdk-44 template, since your real app is using SDK 44:
npx create-expo-app new-app -- --template blank@sdk-44
eas build -p android --profile preview
Do you get the same error? If so, at what point do you get the error and where do you see it?
Is that the whole error message or is there more info displayed as well?
If there’s more than just what’s in the title of this thread, please paste the whole message here.
Unrelated to your build problems, do you have your project committed to a local Git repository on your machine? If not, it would be a good idea
Are you saying that the response to running npx create-expo-app new-app is the error message you quoted?
Also, the way you said it was a bit confusing to me. I’m not sure what you mean by “my expo app”. Where exactly do you see the error? In the terminal window where you ran the npx create-expo-app new-app command?
Perhaps you can write out step by step what you are doing and what happens as a result and where you see the result?