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Publishing Android applications - question

 
Marvin Serrano
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Hello all,

I've followed the procedures to sign my Android apps using my own private key, ensuring the certificates expire after Oct. 2033, etc. I've also given it an appropriate versionName and title and stuff; I've followed all of the procedures to properly prepare and sign my apps. Now I have a compressed .apk file of the application.

My question is this: is that file all I need to successfully upload my application to the Android Market? Or is there another step that's needed?

Thank you in advance,

Marvin
 
Monu Tripathi
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AFAIK, in theory, if you have signed up with Google as Android developer, an .apk file is all you need to publish the application.

That said, I must also mention that I've never published an app directly to the market myself.

If you've done this already, please answer your question here and let us know.
 
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