Save and export a clean, unsigned copy of your .APK. Important note: Upon saving the .APK file, a message is displayed informing you that the unsigned package is stored at the location you specified in the previous step. The message also reminds you to sign the application and to run the ZipAlign utility on your signed app package. The Symantec Sealed Wrap Kit takes care of these tasks for you. You may close the message and proceed with the following steps.
Upload your Android app and download the Symantec Sealed Library and Test Assertion
Log into your Symantec Sealed Program Partner Portal ("portal") and in the left pane, select Apps.
At the top of the center pane, click Add App... and then click Browse...
Select your unsigned .APK file. (Alternatively, you can drag and drop the file onto the App Upload icon.)
In your Symantec Sealed Program Partner Portal, with your app selected in the middle pane, in the right pane, click the download icon for the Symantec Sealed Libraries. The WrapSDK file downloads to your default download location and the Download a Test Assertion panel appears.
Download the Test Assertion. The file,
downloads to your default download location.
Apply the Symantec Sealed Library and the Test Assertion to your Android app
Open a terminal session and change the terminal context to the directory containing the
files. For the purposes of illustration, we'll assume the files are in a directory named
Note: On Windows 7 and Windows 8, you must run CMD.EXE as Administrator or the sealing process will fail.
Create a new directory- we'll call it
for this walk through- and change your terminal context to the new directory:
Copy the files,
, and your app's .APK file to the new directory
Extract the contents of the WrapSDK archive to the directory you created in Step1.
.jar file with the following options and parameters (assuming the same directory name as above):