B3 Cleaning up for distribution

Getting an Android application cleaned up to go to distribution is straightforward. You generally need to remove any extraneous code, such as log statements, and anything else debug-specific, such as the android:debuggable="true" attribute, if present, in the manifest. You should also use common sense and do things like making sure that any local data stores are cleaned up and cleaned out before packaging (don't include your test data). Along with that, you need to provide a few required manifest elements, you should test on an actual device, and you may want to add data import and export support or provide an End User License Agreement (EULA).

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