1. bounce007's Avatar
    So I know debug tokens are supposed to be for developers who want to test their applications, but hey many people use them to sideload apps. I have a few questions I'm hoping someone can help me with:
    Why when I create a debug token and sideload an android bar that someone else has signed, it doesn't work?

    If I create a debug token, to get a sideloaded app to work on a locked Android Runtime, do I need to sign that android bar using the debug token I created? When you use xsacha's method, you can convert apks to bars and sign them (I'm supposing with a debug token), and everything works fine.

    However with JMDxRIM's method how do you sign a bar file with a debug token created using this method?

    Thanks
    Bounce
    10-29-13 07:30 AM
  2. conite's Avatar
    When you convert an Android app (apk file) using a debug token, it remains unsigned. The debug token itself, and the newly converted app (now a bar file) are now bound to the pin of your device, and can only be used by you.

    You must convert directly from the apk file yourself using the xsasha/debug token method.




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    10-29-13 07:37 AM
  3. bounce007's Avatar
    When you convert an Android app (apk file) using a debug token, it remains unsigned. The debug token itself, and the newly converted app (now a bar file) are now bound to the pin of your device, and can only be used by you.

    You must convert directly from the apk file yourself using the xsasha/debug token method.




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    Ok. Are there any methods for converting apks to bars and signing without using xsacha's method. The reason I ask is that, sometimes I want to convert and sign without installing to my device immediately but xsacha's method installs the bars immediately.
    10-29-13 10:31 AM
  4. thurask's Avatar
    Ok. Are there any methods for converting apks to bars and signing without using xsacha's method. The reason I ask is that, sometimes I want to convert and sign without installing to my device immediately but xsacha's method installs the bars immediately.
    Rename the InstallAndroidApp.bat file (or whatever it was called) to something else.

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    10-29-13 10:33 AM
  5. bounce007's Avatar
    Rename the InstallAndroidApp.bat file (or whatever it was called) to something else.

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    Ok thanks so much. I will try it out.
    10-29-13 10:42 AM

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