So for the past 2 days I’ve been using IntelliJ IDEA 10 community edition for evaluation and am Already too comfortable with it to go back to Eclipse. However, there’s a problem that’s a deal breaker for my small team: We use Facebook integration and in order to use the APIs we need to sign with the same debug key as what’s registered on Facebook.
Using the same key also makes swapping devices easier as you don’t have to uninstall the project every time you swap.
And now … my ‘question’ … Can I use a custom Android debug key with Intellij IDEA?
IDEA is using debug keys from the standard location:
The default storage location for AVDs
is in ~/.android/ on OS X and Linux,
in C:\Documents and
Settings\.android\ on Windows
XP, and in C:\Users\.android\
on Windows Vista and Windows 7.
The file you need is located there and is called debug.keystore. So just replace it with another one with the required debug keys.
FYI: It seems that this was not in IntelliJ IDEA, but CazyCoder filed a support issue (thanks) and it was marked as “Fix Version: XI” earlier today.
So the next release (IDEA 11) should have this fix.