To build an APK (Android Package) for your Flutter app, you can follow these steps:
Step 1: Open a terminal or command prompt.
Step 2: Navigate to the root directory of your Flutter project using the
Step 3: Run the following command to switch to the release mode:
flutter build apk --release
This command generates a release version of the APK for your app.
Step 4: Wait for the build process to complete. It may take some time depending on the size of your project and the resources it uses.
Step 5: Once the build process finishes, you can find the generated APK file in the
directory of your Flutter project.
Step 6: Copy the APK file to your Android device or distribute it as needed. You can use a USB cable to transfer the APK to your device, or you can upload it to a cloud storage service for distribution.
That’s it! You have successfully built an APK for your Flutter app in release mode. The generated APK file can be installed on Android devices.
Note: Before building the release APK, make sure you have configured the necessary signing configurations, such as a keystore, for your app. This ensures that the APK can be properly signed for distribution. If you haven’t set up signing yet, you can refer to the official Flutter documentation for more information on signing and releasing apps.
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