Upload failure to Google Play - signing certificate expires to soon. How do I resolve this?

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Hi all. This might be a stupid question - anyway I don't know how to resolve it... When uploading my .apk file to Google Play I get this message: "Upload failed You uploaded an APK signed with a certificate that expires too soon. You need to sign your APK with ac ertificate that expires farther into the future." How do I prolong my certificate in Titanium? It is not the keystore file - that is supposed to be valid for 5 years... Please help anyone! Thanks so much! All the best and a merry christmas, Louise

— asked 3 years ago by Louise Petersen Matjeka
  • Hi All. I solved it by generating a new keystore file from the titanium distribute dialog and setting the validity to 100 years. Previously I had only been setting it to between 2 and 5 years. I don't know where the limit is but 100 years solves it ;-) thanks for your time anyway!! Maybe this question can help others.

    — commented 3 years ago by Louise Petersen Matjeka

  • Thanks for sharing your findings.

    — commented 3 years ago by Ashish Nigam

  • thanks mate. the message had me baffled a bit.

    — commented 2 years ago by Pawel Olas

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I have allready an apk, and when i want to upload it on play store i just cant. i get same error. Any idea how to add a certificate?

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