Did you convert your "legacy" certificate and use that to build your app? If you created a new certificate and built with that new certificate you'll get this message. You have to continue to use the same certificate with each new update of your app to the store.
I be honest I don't even remember downloading or creating a certificate and signing the app in the old version of XDK?
And yes I created a new one because that was the only option , even if I had the cert there is no way to load it into XDK? (unless I missed something)
I took a old version I had backup and open it in the new software 3240 and it never prompted me for a cert for android.
The older versions managed the Android certs behind the scenes, which was convenient but was also a significant problem when things went awry. If you pull down the little man icon there is a cert management panel where you can manage certs and convert the "legacy" cert associated with your account. If you did this then it should be in your account. If not, we can reset the flag that says you converted it so you can convert it again. Check that cert management panel to see if it is there. Watch this video (no audio) for a little help > https://software.intel.com/en-us/videos/upgrading-an-existing-intel-xdk-project-to-version-3088
You can add as many certs as you wish. There is an import function in that cert management tool.
First thank you. I was able to convert the cert legacy cert over. ( I have no idea how I missed that) . The movie help a lot.
okay the bad news the below message is now what I get .
I see in the log that the package was on unsigned wondering if I missed something? Full log attached
BUILD SUCCESSFUL Total time: 1 mins 6.593 secs Built the following apk(s): .../FamilyReunion/platforms/android/build/outputs/apk/android-release-unsigned.apk