This page walks you through the process of submitting two APK binary files to the Google Play Store* after you use the Intel® XDK Build tab to complete a Crosswalk* Android* build.
Be sure to submit both APK files to the Android* store to maximize the number of devices that can install and run your Crosswalk application. Instructions to do this are provided below.
When you perform a Crosswalk Android embedded Crosswalk build, the Intel XDK build system produces two binary APK files:
To simplify downloading these files, the build system combines both into a single zip file. After you download the zip file, extract (unzip) its contents before you continue with the next steps.
These two APK files will have file names in the following format:
This walkthrough makes publishing these two APK files as simple as possible for you. To learn more about this Google Play feature, see http://developer.android.com/google/play/publishing/multiple-apks.html.
On your development system, log into the Google Play Developer Console at https://play.google.com/apps/publish.
1 - Click the Add new application button.
2 - Type a name for your application.
3 - Click Upload APK
4 - Click Upload your first APK to production.
5 - Click Browse files and drag-and-drop or select the x86 APK, such as AppName.android.crosswalk.x86.timestamp.apk.
6 - Click the Switch to advanced mode button. (That button's name will change to Switch to simple mode.)
7 - Click Upload your new APK to Production.
8 - Click Browse files and drag-and-drop or select the ARM APK, such as AppName.android.crosswalk.arm.timestamp.apk.
9 - Click Save draft.
10 - If you successfully completed all of the previous steps, both versions of your app will be listed (as shown above).
You can now complete the store listing and publish your app.
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