So I have a little test version of an android application ready, just for showing the basics of how it will work for the people who requested it, and I can run the test on my own android phone just fine with the “ionic run android” command in Git Bash. Problem is, I have to send the APK to other people, and they of course can’t install the unsigned version.
So I looked up how to sign my apk through the ionic website, but problem is that I got stumped on the “keytool” command: it’s simply not found. The tutorial says that I should consult the Installation Guide about this, but I’m not sure on what part I messed up? The JDK is working/has worked when I installed the basics needed to develop Ionic, now it just straight up doesn’t have a clue about this “keytool” command, even though I found it in the Java folder.
Here are pictures to show what I’m talking about:
So there it is. I’m at a loss as to what I’ve got wrong, could somebody help with a solution or perhaps recommend an alternative way of signing my APK?