What is ‘SHA1 Certificate Release’ and where can I find it?
When you first add an Android app to Qnock, you’ll be asked to input an ‘SHA1 Certificate Release’. SHA is a popular hashing algorithm used by the majority of SSL certificates and is commonly used in cryptographic applications and environments where the need for data integrity is high.
Your app’s SHA1 certificate release can be found in the Android Studio or the command prompt. Ask your Android developer for more details.
Example: 6F: 1E: CA: 83: E6: 9D: 83: 42: 0F: 1D: 81: E9: 14: 4E: F9