I'm following the instructions for an Android Publish here:
In short, I've:
1. created the self-signed, cryptographic identity for Google Play! - making sure the expiration date is somewhere in 2034
2. configured the previously created cryptographic identity as Code Signing Identity in the project properties for Android
3. On the Publish option I keep getting the error: "You don't have a certificate suitable for Google Play! Create new Self-signed identity or import existing certificate."
Also, I've made sure the app is built with 'RELEASE' configuration.
No doubt that I'm missing the obvious here. But what am I doing wrong? Basically, I want to download the APK and upload the result myself. But in the Google Play! Developer Console I also get a related error which, roughly translated, states something like: "You've uploaded an APK that is signed for debug mode."
Any suggestions as to what I'm doing wrong?
UPDATE: Instructions are followed exactly like the visual guide that Dhananjay has written here: http://telerikhelper.net/2012/12/24/create-apk-package-for-google-play-using-icenium-graphite/