For Android Apps, not websites
This guide is for developers implementing OneSignal in an Android application for distribution on the Google Play App Store. This guide should not be used for Web Push.
A Google Firebase Server Key is required for all Android mobile apps and Chrome app extensions. It is optional for Amazon apps.
A Firebase Server Key and Firebase Sender ID are required in order to send push notifications to Android mobile app devices.
The goal of this section is to provision your Firebase Server Key and Firebase Sender ID for use in OneSignal.
- An Android mobile app, Chrome app or extension, or an Amazon app.
- A Firebase account
- A OneSignal Account, if you do not already have one.
Push Notifications require a Firebase Project. If you don't have one setup yet, click Add project and follow the directions to setup your project.
If you already have an FCM project, skip to Step 2.
Click the gear icon in the top left and select Project settings.
Select the Cloud Messaging tab.
Save the Server key and Sender ID.
In the OneSignal dashboard, select your app, then go to:
Settings > Platforms > Google Android
Paste your Firebase Server Key and Firebase Sender ID into the fields and click Next all the way to Save.
You now have a key to send push notifications from your app. 🥳
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Yes, you can use the same Sender ID and Firebase Server API key for multiple apps created in OneSignal. If you plan to export this data or sell the app or use Google Analytics for Firebase you should create unique Firebase Projects in these cases.
If possible, never change these keys. If you did change or accidentally deleted your Firebase project, you must contact [email protected] with the OneSignal App ID, new FCM Sender ID and new FCM Server API key for us to update it.
Updated about a month ago
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