Android APK upload failed in Play Store - Architect Bug workaround
we are trying to deploy a Android APK packaged with the Sencha Architect and CMD. After uploading the APK in the Google Play developer console, the following error appears:
You uploaded an APK that was signed in debug mode. You need to sign your APK in release mode.
You uploaded an APK signed with a certificate that expires too soon. You need to sign your APK with a certificate that expires farther into the future.
We are using a valid certificate and set the package configuration to "production".
Sencha Architect 2.1.0 Build 678.
Sencha Cmd 188.8.131.52
Is it possible to create a valid APK file for the Play Store? Any ideas how to fix this problem?
Thanks in advance,
After a lot of testing we finally found the problem. The package property configuration: "production" is incorrect. We manually changed the value in the package.json to "Release" and than it worked. The problem ist that in Sencha Architect you can only choose between "debug" and "production".
I hope it helps other Android developers using Sencha Architect.
Oh no! You're right. This is fixed in the 2.2 release (out soon). I should have pushed this in the 678 patch release.
I'm going to sticky this thread.
when I build native with "debug" config it produces an APK file, however, when I build with "release" config, there is no APK file. any ideas? I get no errors from Sencha CMD
sorry I just saw this one...
try running the sencha build command with --debug
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