Go to https://console.firebase.google.com and create a new project
add android application:
According to the system prompts, fill in all the required fields: (do not forget to rename the application package, how to do read here)
Download the google-service.json file and replace it in the application folder according to the instructions
Open project in Android studio, run app and register in Firebase
For correct operation you will need SHA-1 keys.
How to get debug SHA-1 key:
- open android studio project and click Gradle tab -> Taks -> signingReport
Copy SHA-1 key, go to Firebase console and paste it:
How to get release SHA1 key:
- Make you test release apk and keystore
- Open terminal and run command:
keytool -list -v -keystore "your_keystore_path" -alias "key_alias"
Copy SHA1 release key:
And paste it in Firebase console.
In the Firebase console click - Authentication ->Sign-in method -> Phone and enable it
Add test phone number
Parse server setup
Go to https://www.back4app.com
Click on "Build new app" and follow the prompts of the system
Go to "Server settings"
Next click "Core settings" -> "Settings"
You need to copy: "App id" and "Client key"
Open android studio and paste it ( strings.xml file)
- If you use a back4app with a free plan, in no case do not set this value to less than 800!!! (free plan 10 req/ per second !!!)
Run and test application.
Go to https://apps.admob.com/ and add new app
Following the prompts of the system, get App ID and copy it
Open android studio -> strings.xml file and paste:
Next, get Ad unit and copy it:
Open Android studio -> strings.xml file and paste it:
Run and test
Intro page settings
Open android project and find file strings.xml
Edit this line
Open file WelcomeActivity.java and change icons and background image
Add info in the F.A.Q Page
Open strings.xml file an add new title_issue and body_issue line
Open file fragment_faq.xml and copy this text
Change the name and body to the ones you wrote in the strings.xml file
For everything that you do with the application code, you are responsible yourself. You make any changes to the original code at your own risk. We relieve ourselves of any responsibility for the action with the code on your part and the reaction of the approving company (in this case, Google)
Google has the right to review your application and may write additional letters to your address asking for an explanation of why this or that permission is needed in the application. Try to answer them extensively and accurately. It is important!