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how get my SHA-1 in xdk with xdk signing cert - android...

 

how get my SHA-1 in xdk with xdk signing cert - android... I want it for Cordova App Google Signin...well ???

Certain Google Play services (such as Google Sign-in and App Invites) require you to provide the SHA-1 of your signing certificate so we can create an OAuth2 client and API key for your app. To get your SHA-1, follow these instructions:

keytool -exportcert -list -v \
-alias androiddebugkey -keystore %USERPROFILE%\.android\debug.keystore

 

https://developers.google.com/android/guides/client-auth

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You can download your keystore from the Intel XDK, then use keytool to obtain the SHA-1:

download-android-keystore.png

See here for more information about managing certificates using Intel XDK.

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Where keytool located, from where run it and where put keystore file?

Is it in jdk or jre?

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https://github.com/EddyVerbruggen/cordova-plugin-googleplus/issues/341

Why getting keystore no exist??  ^^^^ here  

Same getting using forward slash... as separator... is it alias wrong?? Or...? From git bash win 10 pro prompt. ..

Keystore file name can have dashes using it in cmd line ? Eg andoid-key12.keystore

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WELL where is the problem in #4... 

???

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I think problem solved at last ... 

 
success test and in device
 
 
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Victor,

Could you explain or select what helped you solve your problem, so that other users with a similar problem can use your solution?

 

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