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January 31, 2011

debug certificate expired android problem

Filed under: android,java — admin @ 2:18 am

I got this error message on my android projects after upgrading eclipse and android sdk manager. But it probably not the thing that makes this problem. So i explored about this problem on google and found the solution, at least this is work for my eclipse.

I am using windows Vista, here are my step to solve debug certificate expired android problem :

  1. Delete debug.keystore on C:\Users\{USER_PROFILE}\.android folder. For others operating system, you could check the path on eclipse. Please open menu Preferences – Android – Build – Default debug keystore.
  2. On eclipse, Clean the projects ( Menu Projects > Clean ). You probably need to restart your eclipse.

I figure out this problem are because the certificate is expired. I wondering if this debug keystore is same as keystore that i create when i installing the Android SDK. I don’t know, but eclipse can generate it. It seem the certificate is expired in 365 days. I hope this article can help to solve this problem.

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