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Signing keys for NDK different from Android bar signing keys?

I already have dev environment set up and I've signed and sold games and apps ported from Android.

 

Just downloaded NDK and was wondering do I have to request another singing key to sign NDK apps or the same keys will work?

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Re: Signing keys for NDK different from Android bar signing keys?

No, you don't need new keys.  The same code signing keys can be used across all PlayBook and BlackBerry 10 SDKs.

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Re: Signing keys for NDK different from Android bar signing keys?

Thanks

 

I was actually trying titanium, just realized it's just too fragile and incomplete yet, that's why it was not signing my app etc.

 

 

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