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How to Change/Create Specific Certificate Fingerprints?

Smith__J
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App name: weight-binaural
App ID: weight.hypnosis.headphone

I'm trying to update to Google Play. Getting this error:

You uploaded an APK that is signed with a different certificate to your previous APKs. You must use the same certificate. Your existing APKs are signed with the certificate(s) with fingerprint(s):
[ SHA1: AF:1E:E5:98:D5:0F:94:7F:3B:1A:94:A6:67:D8:D5:3D:4D:E1:6A:67 ]

and the certificate(s) used to sign the APK you uploaded have fingerprint(s):

[ SHA1: E2:D7:15:13:66:98:88:7F:69:E9:1B:8F:08:B8:21:20:65:EE:E1:29 ]

I have 3 keys. From trying all 3 this is what I figured out. None match the key fingerprint Google Play wants. Is there a way to create a new key with the fingerprint Google wants?

My 3 keys
Android:drjanesubliminalselfhypnosiscom
[ SHA1: DF:9E:E2:87:82:ED:0A:D4:B7:E4:F0:E1:F4:7B:1D:A8:40:5F:8F:EC ]

spiritproductions:spiritproductions (no space)

[ SHA1: 1F:8E:40:6D:DA:5C:3D:43:4A:E5:F6:67:83:33:FE:F4:F1:48:1B:95 ]

spirit productions:spiritproductions (space)
[ SHA1: E2:D7:15:13:66:98:88:7F:69:E9:1B:8F:08:B8:21:20:65:EE:E1:29 ]



 

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PaulF_IntelCorp
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There is no way to create a new keystore that matches a previous keystore. All the keys stored under your account in the cert management panel are the only keys that are stored in our database. In other words, we don't have any other keys to provide. If you deleted the original keys we cannot make new ones that will match them.

You may have to search Stack Overflow and other sites for suggestions on how to deal with this situation. It is a common issue that afflicts many Android developers, and is not unique to the XDK. It is likely that the solution will involve complete removal of your app from the store and then resubmitting with a new set of keys.

Sorry, but we only have in the database those keys that you see in the cert management panel and cannot create new keys that match old keys.

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