An already published app can only be updated in the Google Play store if signed with the same certificate used for the original publish of the app. In order to build an Android app in Icenium in Release mode, you create a certificate if none available or import an existing one. In either case, this certificate should be used for any future builds once you publish to the Play Store. I reviewed your account and noticed that there aren't any certificates in it, so you've either used a different account or you have deleted it despite the disturbing warning message
we show when you try to delete it.
In short, we cannot restore your certificate and Google Play Store does not have a fail safe for such case. You would have to create a new one and change the app's package name. Then create a new listing on Google Play, this time signed with the new keystore, unpublish the old listing and notify users that they will need to re-install the app via the new Google Play listing.
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