I created a custom mobile app in 7.2. We need to publish this app, Google Play and Apple Store. When i try to add the apk to production release i get this error...
You uploaded an APK with an invalid signature (learn more about signing). Error from apksigner: ERROR (Jar signer CERT.RSA): Failed to verify JAR signature META-INF/CERT.RSA against META-INF/CERT.SF: java.security.SignatureException: Signing certificate has unsupported critical extensions
Does anyone know what this means?
I am able to get a review from Apple, but they responded with "We noticed that your app or its metadata includes irrelevant third-party platform information. " One of the screenshot is the Pega login screen. Should I just explain to them that I am using Pega to create this app?
Thanks for posting queries in PSC.
This looks like issue with the code signing certificate.
Can you check the bundle identifier used in the app is same as bundle identifier given in the app store while creating the certificate?
I found the problem. It was a signing cert issue. I am new to mobile development so when I was provided a cert, I thought it was for both iOS and Android. The cert was for iOS. I had to create a new cert for Android.