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App Bundle Error While Uploading APK in google play store

Problem Statement :
You uploaded an APK or Android App Bundle that is signed with a key that is also used to sign APKs that are delivered to users. Because you are enrolled in App Signing by Google Play, you should sign your APK or Android App Bundle with a new key before you upload it.






Solution :
If your mobile application is developed by you then you can import your apk into google Android studio and goto build option for signing build package.


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