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Link Google Play with Firebase

You must link to Google Play in order to see in_app_purchase events for your Android app. When you link your Firebase project to Google Play, you allow

  • Google Play data (for example, crash and revenue data) and features (for example, Crash reporting) to be accessible in Firebase
  • Firebase data (for example, your Google Analytics for Firebase audiences) and features (for example, Crash reporting) to be accessible in the Google Play Developer Console
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To link your Firebase project to Google Play:

  1. Sign in to Firebase.
  2. Click the Settings icon and select Project Settings.
  3. On the Project Settings page, click the Account Linking tab.
  4. On the Google Play card, click Link to Google Play.
    If your project is already linked, you'll see Manage linking instead.
    If you do not have a Google Play Developer account, you can click create an account to create a new one.
Upon linking, each of your Android apps that exists within Google Play will have its production signing certificate SHA1 imported. You will see this within your Project Settings.
To unlink your Firebase project from Google Play:
  1. Sign in to Firebase.
  2. Click the Settings icon and select Project Settings.
  3. On the Project Settings page, click the Account Linking tab.
  4. On the Google Play card, click Manage linking.
  5. Under Google Play details, click Unlink accounts.
  6. Click Confirm unlink.

Unlinking the account(s) from the project halts data sharing.

  • All data that was shared before the link was severed remains accessible to both Google Play and Firebase.
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