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The key difference here is that keytool is importing the certificate which is what we're all trying to do. Active 11 months ago. It depends on your situation. Since the goal is to sign an APK and successfully upload it to Google:. Important point to note here is that in step 6 , the keytool import updates the original certificate with the one downloaded from Google Play. Therefore, the upload certificate cannot be used to sign an APK , no matter what steps you take. I was using map API and now its not showing. Active Oldest Votes. Asked 3 years, 1 month ago. Here is what I did: Created an app Used keytool. By updates the original certificate , do you mean it contains 2 entries by adding the old certificate or just over writes it?? Something like this: keytool. Maybe it is just working if you do the first upload with the self-generated certificate? The assumption that it is possible to sign an APK with the upload certificate in the Google Play Console is based on an incorrect understanding of how the keys and certificates are supposed to work. Let me know if you need more information on this. Certificate : A certificate contains a public key as well as some extra identifying information about who owns the key. Upload failed You uploaded an APK that is not signed with the upload certificate. Ayaz Aslam Ayaz Aslam 7 7 silver badges 6 6 bronze badges. If neither of the above are options, you can follow the instructions in the "Create a new upload key" section of the Manage your app signing keys article to generate a new upload key and have Google swap it in. This is the critical part to get this to work. Ok, but how is this related to the process described in the question? When I'm trying to import them it seem that the certificate is already exists in my first alias. The public key can be visible to everyone. Is this something I can fix? The only difference is that I tried to use the deployment. I'm searching for how to sign apk with the upload key from Play Store Console, and I find the solution from your question, by importing the certificate to my keystore. Still not sure. Select "Choose existing" and browse to your keystore path Enter "key store password" In key alias tap on " Patrick R Patrick R 4, 1 1 gold badge 14 14 silver badges 23 23 bronze badges. Rahim Dastar 1, 1 1 gold badge 8 8 silver badges 15 15 bronze badges. Ronald Ronald 1 1 gold badge 5 5 silver badges 6 6 bronze badges. Something like this:. So I just try build the apk using the same keystore but using my first alias and it work. For the next upload I will use the same keystore. Since the goal is to sign an APK and successfully upload it to Google: At some point during setup of "app signing by Google Play", someone generated an upload key and registered it with Google. Luckily I created a backup of the old keystore, so I can look at the two versions of this file. I was able to successfully generate the keystore with this. Shubham Kajaria Shubham Kajaria 11 4 4 bronze badges.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Try to see the properties of both the entries of a keystore. So further signed APK will not be same as uploaded. So what can you do instead? In fact, when they think they are importing the private key needed to sign APKs, they are actually merely importing the public key and overwriting the public half of the key-pair -- with the same public key that was exported in the certificate in the first place. As long as you specify the same name as your existing keystone file, the information is added to the keystore. It overwrites the existing certificate with the one downloaded from Google Play. The Google Play support article Manage your app signing keys has the information needed to understand this. Learn more. I find out how to put the certificated posted on my Google Play console in my keystore. Viewed 47k times. The upload certificate has fingerprint: [ SHA1: 0C After searching for a while. Based on the definitions above, we can conclude that: the upload key is a private key , since the upload key is used to sign APKs. Hopefully this answer will prevent others from wasting as much time as I did trying to find a solution that doesn't exist. Then, note that in Google Play Console, you can only download an upload certificate as opposed to an upload key. Although these keys both have the same fingerprint? Hi Zacronos. Use this command: Keytool -list -keystore WeatherForecast. It seems that you area generating new keystore for updated APK, if that keystore is different than that you used while uploading app to the store before, than it won't work. So maybe you should just use your first alias myappfull when building your apk. It worked for me and I think surely it will work for you. This looks like an important part of the puzzle. It was the very first APK upload and keystore. Although some people report it IS possible to sign your APK with your upload certificate downloaded from Google Play, I believe they are misunderstanding what has happened. But, when I sign my APK with the keystore, the fingerprint is still wrong and I get the same issue mentioned above. The problem occurs on signing the APK using the generated keystore. Well, I ended up to disable Google Play App Signing for the moment and did it the "old" way with generating a keystore file and certificate locally for the first upload from here: developer. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. The import changed nothing for them. The Long Answer: The Google Play support article Manage your app signing keys has the information needed to understand this. VivekPratapSingh That part is just an explanation of why it is impossible to do what the OP is trying to do. Now, where I'm blocked Vadim Kotov 6, 8 8 gold badges 42 42 silver badges 53 53 bronze badges. Based on the definitions above, we can conclude that:. Yes as already mentioned, if you follow all steps, it will cover that scenario as well, see 4, where it is clearly stated that if Keystore is wrong, then key alias will be different. Here are the steps I followed for a new app: Create a keystore and add a signing key using Android Studio Sign the app using the key created in 1 Upload the APK to Google Play Download "Upload certificate" from Google Play Console Add downloaded certificate to the keystore created in step 1 using command keytool. In key alias tap on " Sometimes what happen is: A single keystore has two certificates and they are differentiated by alias name or password. This is why the import only seems to work when used with the original keystore, not with a new keystore. It just doesn't contain the necessary information. Claims to the Contrary Although some people report it IS possible to sign your APK with your upload certificate downloaded from Google Play, I believe they are misunderstanding what has happened. If you want to skip ahead to steps to follow, you can go to the "So what can you do instead? JamesWestgate The information the upload certificate isn't really being added to the keystore though -- importing the certificate with the same alias just overwrites the public key in the keystore with the public key from the certificate, but since the certificate was created from the keystore in the first place, it's actually the exact same value, and the import changes nothing. The private key must be kept secret. To be precise, this process has added an entry of the type 'Trusted Certificate Entry' So what gives? 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I had to contact google and followed below instructions to generate new key and upload certificate. The new one has two keys, the old one one. I get exactly the same error message. Use this command:.