If you’re a developer, you’ve probably wondered how to enable Huawei app signing on your Android app. Luckily, it’s easier than ever. Fortunately, Huawei has a handy app signing system built into their developer console. This process helps developers identify and approve apps on Android before they can appear on the Huawei store. Here’s how it works:
To enable Huawei App Signing, you must first sign your apps in the Play Store. This process will require you to add a certificate fingerprint. Huawei AppGallery Connect hosts this key, and will distribute your APK file to users. After you sign your app, you must add a store password in order to keep it signed. Huawei App Signing also requires developers to add a certificate fingerprint to their app.
The app is available for Android and iOS devices. It works offline, and will reconnect when your internet connection is back up. You can use signNow to add your signature and upload attachments, and test the functionality of your app. SignNow protects your documents by adding dual-factor authentication. Whether your app is on iOS or Android, it’s always safe with signNow. It’s easy to use, and it’s free!