I'm a Windows 7 n00b... trying desperately to publish my first Construct game on GooglePlay.
I first tried QuickAppv1 - and this created "file-Quick_App.signed.apk" file... but when I tried to upload to my Developers Console, I got the following error:
"Upload failed: You uploaded an APK that is not zip aligned. You will need to run a zip align tool on your APK and upload it again"
I have tried following tutorials from Scirra without success. I fear they may be out of date
so I found article: "How to Sign and Align your Android App (.apk)" https://www.scirra.com/tutorials/861/how-to-sign-and-align-your-android-app-apk but was getting: error in my cmd: 'keytool' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
Any help would be sooooooo appreciated - Thanks,
I don't really know what a QuickAppv1 is, but if you use IntelXDK it will create a keystore for you and sign your app automatically. Also if you use CocoonIO it will sign your app automatically once you upload your keystore to their webapp.
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About that command prompt error, add your JDK (Java SE Dev Kit) 'bin' path (eg. C:/Program Files/Java/jdk1.x.x_xx/bin) in the PATH environment variable.
Or just find the 'keytool' in your JDK location (inside the 'bin' folder), right-click it while pressing Shift, select 'Copy as Path', paste it into the command prompt and add the desired parameters.
Or just use Cocoon.IO or Intel XDK like what — said.
Wow that's awesome - thanks Guys... I've just installed & signed up for IntelXDK... will play.