When uploading an app to Google Play, you are given an option to sign the app directly on Google Play Console letting Google manage the signing key.
If you enable Google app signing when uploading your Fused app to Google Play, you will have to ensure that you use private signing feature on Appdome before uploading this app to Google Play Console. Otherwise, Google App signing will trigger Appdome's anti-tampering functionality provided by Appdome's OneShield(TM).
To use Appdome's private signing, you will need the SHA-1 fingerprint from the signing certificate used for your account on Google Play.
After logging into Google Play you can obtain the needed SHA-1 certificate fingerprint and copy that into Appdome for private signing.
Here are the steps for gaining the SHA-1 certificate fingerprint from Google Play Console
- Navigate to the Google Play Console and login
- Choose the application you are signing
- Go to Release Management --> App Signing
- Copy /Download the SHA-1 certificate fingerprint from the App signing certificate section
Here is a resource for more information on Private Signing with Appdome.
For more information on Google App signing, visit this resource.
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