Tutorial by Examples: apk



You can define the signing configuration to sign the apk in the build.gradle file using these properties: storeFile : the keystore file storePassword: the keystore password keyAlias: a key alias name keyPassword: A key alias password In many case you may need to avoid this kind of info in ...
Add a keystore using: keytool -genkey -v -keystore example.keystore -alias example -keyalg RSA -keysize 2048 -validity 10000 Note: This should be at root of project. Though not a hard requirement, it eases the file referencing Add a build.json with release/dev configuration for key...
This is the code for changing output application file name (.apk). The name can be configured by assigning a different value to newName android { applicationVariants.all { variant -> def newName = "ApkName"; variant.outputs.each { output -> def ...
If you are optimizing all images manually, disable APT Cruncher for a smaller APK file size. android { aaptOptions { cruncherEnabled = false } }
Windows : for %f in (C:\your_app_path\*.apk) do adb install "%f" Linux : for f in *.apk ; do adb install "$f" ; done
The following example remaps the key Z to Y and vice versa, e.g. if you want to work with the QWERTY layout on a QWERTZ keyboard. z::y y::z
If you don't need automatically generated apk files with unaligned suffix (which you probably don't), you may add the following code to build.gradle file: // delete unaligned files android.applicationVariants.all { variant -> variant.assemble.doLast { variant.outputs.each { output ->...
You can use the archivesBaseName to set the name of apk. For example: defaultConfig { .... project.ext.set("archivesBaseName", "MyName-" + defaultConfig.versionName); } You will obtain this output. MyName-X.X.X-release.apk
keytool -genkey -v -keystore my-app-key.keystore -alias my-app-alias -keyalg RSA -keysize 2048 -validity 10000 Use a password when prompted
Upload the APK to your phone. The -r flag will replace the existing app (if it exists) adb install -r ./app/build/outputs/apk/app-release-unsigned.apk The shareable signed APK is located at: ./app/build/outputs/apk/app-release.apk
Install cordova using the following command npm install -g cordova. Use cordova -version to check the cordova version. Set path variables ANDROID_HOME and JAVA_HOME. Example: export ANDROID_HOME = /home/geethu/android-sdk-linux export PATH = $PATH:$ANDROID_HOME/tools:$ANDROID_H...
You finished your app, tested on debug mode and it is working perfect. Now, you want to prepare it to publish in the Google Play Store. Xamarin documentation provides good informations in here: https://developer.xamarin.com/guides/android/deployment,_testing,_and_metrics/publishing_an_application/...
MultiDex is a library in the Android APK that allows the app to have more than 65,536 methods. The Android APKs have Dalvik Executable files (.dex) that contain the generated bytecodes compiled from your Java code. Each .dex file can contain up to 65,536 methods (2^16). Android OS versions before ...
ProGuard is a tool used in the building process to optimize and obfuscate the Java code of your APK, and also remove unused classes. The resulting APK when using ProGuard will have a smaller size and will be harder to reverse-engineer (decompilation). ProGuard can be used too in Xamarin.Android app...

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