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Edge App Distribution After Using Edge Simulator

After you complete development of your Edge app that has been modified to run in the Edge Simulator, you must change your Edge app to make it ready for normal operations on your users' mobile devices after they download your Edge app from an app store, such as the Galaxy Apps store.

To distribute your Edge app after Edge Simulator development:

  1. In Android Studio (File > Project Structure > app > Dependencies), update your Edge app dependencies.
  • Ensure that the Slook_[version].jar file is listed.
  • Ensure that the edge_simulator_[version].jar file is not listed.
  1. Remove the code related to Edge Simulator operations that you inserted into your Edge app code (for details, see Use the Edge Simulator). 
  2. In Android Studio, replace the Edge Simulator signing key with your signing key that you use for your production Edge apps.
  3. Build the release version Edge app binary file.

    Note: For production Edge binary files, all Edge apps in each binary file are offered as one commercial or free product in the Galaxy Apps store.
  4. Register your Edge app with Samsung Seller Office.
    For details, see App Registration through Seller Office.
  5. Submit your Edge app to be certified for distribution.
    For details, see App Validation through Seller Office.
  6. After being certified, managing your Edge app distribution in the Samsung Galaxy Apps store.
    For distribution management details, see App Management through Seller Office.
    For Edge app promotion details, see Promote Edge Apps.
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