I'm trying to generate a SHA-1 for a Flutter app, for Android studio to support Google Sign in, but I don't know how to do that, I saw some posts that indicate to run a command, but there I need a jks file I guess, and flutter doesn't create that.

Could someone help me?

Solution 1

TERMINAL

Go to the project folder in the terminal.

Mac keytool -list -v -keystore ~/.android/debug.keystore -alias androiddebugkey -storepass android -keypass android

Windows keytool -list -v -keystore "\.android\debug.keystore" -alias androiddebugkey -storepass android -keypass android

Linux keytool -list -v -keystore ~/.android/debug.keystore -alias androiddebugkey -storepass android -keypass android

GUI Android Studio.

  1. Select android/app/build.gradle file and on the right top corner click "Open for Editing in Android Studio"

  1. Open Gradle panel and double click on "SigninReport",

see Android studio Gradle Tab

  1. That's it! If you use Firebase - add these 2 keys there. You should add both keys, otherwise, without the release key, Google login will not work on the devices.

Solution 2

This is the easiest way-

  1. Open Android Studio

  2. Open Project

  3. Reveal android folder

  4. Right click "gradlew" file and select Open in Terminal -

  1. Go to the terminal view and paste: gradlew signingReport

(edit based on Venkat D. suggestion below: on unix-based systems like mac, you need to specify the current directory like this- ./gradlew signingReport)

  1. Press enter and scroll to "Variant: debug" to get the SHA1 key

  1. Copy and use wherever you need it, Good Luck!

Solution 3

You won't find a gradle window view in flutter project, so here is a solution for that.. In command prompt navigate to bin folder of jdk and run this command

keytool -list -v -keystore "C:\Users\yourusernamehere\.android\debug.keystore" -alias androiddebugkey -storepass android -keypass android

change user name in path

Solution 4

I partially agree with Rishab answer, but what we can do is

and this approach works with all flutter/React-native/Android ....

Navigate to Android folder inside project, there is gradlew file. so we can use this like :

gradlew signingReport 

in Mac

./gradlew signingReport

in my case i use it like :

D:\flutter\flutter_app\android>gradlew signingReport

Project Architecture is :

Solution 5

so if you are using an android studio or VS code it's work both of them

=> Open Terminal

=> cd android

=> signingReport

and the final output like this as given in the image below choice your SSH key in at the place of here is your SSH key

in the above output, image is shown in dummy data I change some of the fields just because of security purpose

Edit: for mac

./gradlew signingReport

Solution 6

run this commend it work any where

in android folder

./gradlew signingReport

for example

PS E:\flutterProject\flutter_app\android> ./gradlew signingReport

some time you not need add ./ just

gradlew signingReport

this work for android studio and cmd and commond prome

Solution 7

Simple and easy:

cd android && gradlew signinReport

Solution 8

For Android Studio 4.2 and Flutter 2.2

Windows:

Open your project open android > gradlew > right click on it and click open in terminal

Like below:

My Project Directory: D:\AndroidStudioProjects\WowTalentNew\android>gradlew

open this in terminal.

After build finished execute this

D:\AndroidStudioProjects\YourProjectDirectory\android>gradlew signinReport

After that you will see the SHA keys

Here's my full CMD screen

Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.19043.985]
(c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

D:\AndroidStudioProjects\WowTalentNew\android>gradlew

> Configure project :app
WARNING: The option setting 'android.enableR8=true' is deprecated.
It will be removed in version 5.0 of the Android Gradle plugin.
You will no longer be able to disable R8

> Task :help

Welcome to Gradle 6.3.

To run a build, run gradlew <task> ...

To see a list of available tasks, run gradlew tasks

To see a list of command-line options, run gradlew --help

To see more detail about a task, run gradlew help --task <task>

For troubleshooting, visit https://help.gradle.org

Deprecated Gradle features were used in this build, making it incompatible with Gradle 
7.0.
Use '--warning-mode all' to show the individual deprecation warnings.
See 

BUILD SUCCESSFUL in 6s
1 actionable task: 1 executed
D:\AndroidStudioProjects\WowTalentNew\android>gradlew signinReport

> Configure project :app
WARNING: The option setting 'android.enableR8=true' is deprecated.
It will be removed in version 5.0 of the Android Gradle plugin.
You will no longer be able to disable R8

> Task :app:signingReport
Variant: debugAndroidTest
Config: debug
Store: C:\Users\apoor\.android\debug.keystore
Alias: AndroidDebugKey
MD5: 2A:97:87:DF:E1:58:D4:9D:E6:65:18:********
SHA1: 4E:0E:D0:F7:68:51:80:47:3E:D1:**************************
SHA-256: 
17:83:42:F4:0E:59:C5:5B:1E********************************************************
BC:79
Valid until: Saturday, November 26, 2050

in Linux instead of just type gradlew we write ./gradlew to build. and to get SHA-1 we write: Terminal> ./gradlew signinReport and we could just build and get SHA-1 key with just one command: Terminal> ./gradlew signinReport

I hope it clears everything, happy coding!

Solution 9

you can do the same on VSCode, open the folder that contain gradlew for linux and gradlew.bat for windows and run ./gradlew signingReport for Window and run gradlew signingReport for Linux

Solution 10

1-write those two commands in android studio's or vscode terminal:

cd android
gradlew signingReport

2-wait a bit then scroll up.

Solution 11

Check this Authenticating Your Client  |  Google APIs for Android

To get the debug certificate fingerprint:

for Mac or Linux

keytool -list -v \ -alias androiddebugkey -keystore ~/.android/debug.keystore

for Windows

keytool -list -v \ -alias androiddebugkey -keystore %USERPROFILE%\.android\debug.keystore

The default password for the debug keystore is android.

The keytool then prints the fingerprint to the terminal.

Solution 12

1. First Methord just run the below command

keytool -list -v -keystore ~/.android/debug.keystore -alias androiddebugkey -storepass android -keypass android

2. Second Methord

1. Left side open the android folder not the whole project in android studio.

2. Right Side open the file android/app/Tasks/anroid/signingReport

Final this process will take some time and it might be of 5-10 minutes so be patient

Solution 13

To generate SHA-1 for a Flutter

1. Locate your android directory inside the console

E:\<appname>\android>

2. After locating to the android folder run this command

./gradlew signingReport

If this won't work and opens a daemon terminal

1. Type signingReport in daemon terminal

daemon> signingReport

This would be taking a bit long time to generate your first SHA-1 as it would be checking for all the firebase dependencies and after that over it generate the SHA-1

Solution 14

Method 1

  • Make sure java is installed in your system.

Method 2

  • Using Command-line change your username and run the below command
keytool -list -v -alias androiddebugkey -keystore C:\Users\YOURUSERNAME\.android\debug.keystore
  • the default password is android

Solution 15

go to the android folder in terminal

cd android .\gradlew signingReport

it will generate your SHA1 and SHA256 for you

Solution 16

You can generate it even from terminal. Following is for the release mode:

keytool -list -v -keystore keystore_location -alias alias_name

example :

keytool -list -v -keystore /home/user/key.jks -alias alias_name

Solution 17

First, check which Keystore is being used by your project in

Then use the below command

 keytool -list -v -alias mstoreappsemoAlias -keystore  fluxstorepro/android/app/mstoresemoFile.keystore    

and if you want to generate a hash key for Facebook then use the below command

 keytool -exportcert -alias mstoreappsemoAlias -keystore fluxstorepro/android/app/mstoresemoFile.keystore | openssl sha1 -binary | openssl base64

Solution 18

To get generate a SHA-1 key

in the terminal type cd android and change the path then type ./gradlew signingReport

Solution 19

If you have the keystore file, then run keytool -list -v -keystore fileName.jks -alias upload -storepass password -keypass password at the keystore file location...

Solution 20

This solution work for me in MAC os Monterey and Android studio Bumblebee

open the android folder in terminal

right click on Android folder>Open In>Terminal

it will open new terminal window and run below command

bash ./gradlew signingreport

Solution 21

Flutter Project Using MAC & VS Code

  • Step One
    Go To the Android Gradle Properties and add this line

https://services.gradle.org/distributions/gradle-6.3-all.zip

  • Step Two Open the Terminal at android Folder of your Projects . then in the terminal type

.\gradlew signinReport

you will get the signing report Like this :

Solution 22

try writing this in Terminal - For Windows

cd android

gradlew signingReport

Solution 23

for linux:

  1. if you are using vscode you can right-click on gradlew->copypath (in my case: /home/alif/Documents/project/flutter/fit_app/android/gradlew)
  2. open your terminal and paste it, don't forget to delete /gradlew
  3. type .../android gradlew signinReport and hit enter

good luck!

Solution 24

I found that I needed to check the fingerprint in Google Play Console, since I have Google Play managed app signing.

The ones provided by gradlew did not work for me.

Note that you can put both in Firebase, but you only need one. I just added the SHA1 and Google Sign In began working.

Solution 25

Personally, I went to the terminal then navigated to C:\Program Files\Java\jdk-14.0.2\bin (navigate to your java bin folder).

Next, I ran this command and it worked: keytool -list -v -keystore "%USERPROFILE%.android\debug.keystore" -alias androiddebugkey -storepass android -keypass android

Solution 26

You can use one line in terminal

echo y | keytool -genkeypair -dname "cn=Chris, ou=JavaSoft, o=Sun, c=US" -alias business -keypass kpi135 -keystore /working/android.keystore -storepass ab987c -validity 20000
  • dname is a unique identifier for the application in the .keystore
  • cn the full name of the person or organization that generates the .keystore
  • ou Organizational Unit that creates the project, its a subdivision of the Organization that creates it. Ex. android.google.com
  • o Organization owner of the whole project. Its a higher scope than ou. Ex.: google.com
  • c The country short code. Ex: For United States is "US"
  • alias Identifier of the app as an single entity inside the .keystore (it can have many)
  • keypass Password for protecting that specific alias.
  • keystore Path where the .keystore file shall be created (the standard extension is actually .ks)
  • storepass Password for protecting the whole .keystore content.
  • validity Amout of days the app will be valid with this .keystore

Solution 27

For Mac Users

If after typing ./gralew signingReport inside android folder gives you this error:

The operation couldnt be completed. Unable to locate a Java Runtime.
Please visit http://www.java.com for information on installing Java.

Then follow this process:

  1. Run flutter doctor -v
  2. Now inside the Android toolchain copy the location after Java binary at:. It will be something like this: /Applications/Android Studio.app/Contents/jre/Contents/Home/bin/java
  3. Paste it in the project's root location and Replace the java at the end of the above location with keytool -list -v -keystore ~/.android/debug.keystore -alias androiddebugkey -storepass android -keypass android.

You are done, you will see the keys now.

Solution 28

gradlew signingReport

Use this command on Terminal which you can find in bottom left corner.