just some things ive been trying to work out, im no genius. ( refering to notes from gamesalad)
CAN THIS WORK?
ok amazon kindle ie: android. so i would be using Eclipse (Eclipse I dont like).
now i like to use MAC, is it possible not to use eclipse, and use terminal,
install sdk via terminal (make sure you have sdk and java installed on mac)
~/sdk/tools/android update sdk --no-ui
After the update, in the terminal window, type and run
~/sdk/tools/android update adb
to the latest version
- Open Terminal
- Use the following command to generate a private key
keytool -genkey -v -keystore my-release-key.keystore -alias alias_name -keyalg RSA
-sigalg SHA1withRSA -keysize 2048 -validity 10000
In the place of “my-release-key”, you could put in your name or company name for this key
In the place of “alias_name”, you’ll create "8" character alias for the key.
You’ll then be prompted to create a password for the Keystore, answer a series of identification questions
Your Keystore will then be saved to your computer
Connect your android device on your MAC
verify with your phone
(at this point here buildbox needs (or it would be nice)
to implement a actual external device viewer (~/sdk/platform-tools/adb))
and up to this point need to select & generate keystore & android signing tools accordingly
also is it possible to use xcode to convert into apk
just a few things that may be better for MAC
need feedback cheers all.
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