Now that's a really tough question. Frankly speaking we cannot do anything, there is only 1 step i.e. appeal to google (yeah..if that really works).
Google never replies to our appeals. If it does, there is no positive response.
So, the only solution left is to update your app package and republish. But what about the thousands of users from our previous app. Well they are gone and we have to start from zero again(that really sucks ).
We all devs will agree that more the number of active users more is the revenue, but starting over is like going back to the stone age and is like a hard blow over our faces coz many of us work full time on apps and pay our bills from the revenue .
The solution that I am going to present won't protect your app from the Google ban hammer(No one can) coz of constantly changing google policies and not so compliant Ad networks(We all know that..right?). The solution will help you get back your 80% - 90% of active users from your previously banned app to your new more compliant app in just 8-10 days(that's awesome..agree??).
Introducing GetBackOnTrack SDK
GetBackOnTrack SDK (still working on the name) was developed as a result of the frustration I got from google when it banned 2 of my apps with over 100k downloads .
Simply add the SDK to your project which literally takes no more than 5 min(may be less, tried to keep it as simple as possible).
Just add the SDK to your libs folder and add 2 lines of code in your MainActivity and 2 activity declaration in AndroidManifest, that's it.
Using this SDK you can control your app to show a custom pop over if your app got suspended and redirect the user to your new app in google play .
If your app is not suspended and there is no pop over to display, the SDK will show a custom House ad(simple interstitial) only 3 ads per week (previously it was 1 ad per day ) you can consider it as a donation to me which can help me get back on track and besides 3 ads per week wont even cost you a cent.
This SDK is like an insurance for your App in which you invested so much time and energy.
(Releasing the tutorial in the next post)
Demo app popup screen