In order to submit your apps to the App stores, they need to be signed. This process varies across platforms. The Android app must be signed for distribution.
Rules to follow to create a package name are:
- All the characters must be alphanumeric or separated by an underscore [a-z, A-Z, 0-9].
- The characters must have at least two segments separated by one or more dots.
- Each segment must start with a letter.
Perform the steps listed to set the build essentials:
1. Navigate to the Applications > Android App Settings > Essentials pane.
2. Enter the Package name for the package name validation.
A package name in Android is the unique identifier for all Android apps. It needs to be unique as when you upload it to Google Play store, it identifies, validates and publishes your app using the Package name as the unique app identification.
3. Upload the Keystore file.
Read more here: Keystore file.
4. Upload the Keystore password.
5. Enter the Key alias which is the same alias used when you generate your key.
6. Enter the Certificate password which was provided to generate the certificate.
7. Click on Save.
8. Navigate to the Applications list view or Applications edit view.
9. Click on the Build application to generate the Android app.