You can specify the code signing configuration for your project in Android Studio. You will need a keystore file, a key alias and a key password - have these ready before you start the procedure!
- Go to Project navigator.
- Select your project and open Module Settings.
- From Modules, select your module.
- On the Signing tab, fill out the signing information. In our example, we used the following values:
- name: release
- key alias: MyAndroidKey
- key password: ***
- store file: /path/to/my/keystore.jks
- store password: ***
Once you filled out the signing information, the
signingConfigs block will be created in your module’s
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