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Creating the Google Maps Android API v2 Key for existing Android Application.Edit
Create an API project in the Google APIs Console Edit
Follow these steps to create or modify a project for your application in the Google APIs Console and register for the Maps API.
- In a browser, navigate to the Google APIs Console.
- If you haven't used the Google APIs Console before, you're prompted to create a project that you use to track your usage of the Google Maps Android API. Click Create Project; the Console creates a new project called API Project. On the next page, this name appears in the upper left hand corner. To rename or otherwise manage the project, click on its name.
- If you're already using the Google APIs Console, you will immediately see a list of your existing projects and the available services. It's still a good idea to use a new project for Google Maps Android API, so select the project name in the upper left hand corner and then click Create.
- You should see a list of APIs and services in the main window. If you don't, select Services from the left navigation bar.
- In the list of services displayed in the center of the page, scroll down until you see Google Maps Android API v2. To the right of the entry, click the switch indicator so that it is on.
- This displays the Google Maps Android API Terms of Service.If you agree to the terms of service, click the checkbox below the terms of service, then click Accept. This returns you to the list of APIs and services.
Obtain a Google Maps API key Edit
If your application is registered with the Google Maps Android API v2 service,then you can request an API key. It's possible to register more than one key per project.
- Navigate to your project in the Google APIs Console.
- In the Services page, verify that the "Google Maps Android API v2" is enabled.
- In the left navigation bar, click API Access.
- In the resulting page, click Create New Android Key....
- In the resulting dialog, enter the SHA-1 fingerprint, then a semicolon, then your application's package name...
How to find own signature for the default keystore. In Eclipse,(SHA-1 fingerprint as i mentioned above) Edit
In eclipse IDE go window in menu bar and select preferences.Then select Build under the Android category. Easilly can find default key.
6. The Google APIs Console responds by displaying Key for Android apps (with certificates) followed by a forty-character API key,