We have tried packaging the application for iOS and Android, iOS works just fine, but on Android it prompts this error message:
"cert.p12: Failed to load a certificate".
At first, I wasn't sure about which type of certificate we had because it was created 5 years ago, so I looked up how to find out the certificate type with openssl and got this information:
MAC Iteration 1024
MAC verified OK
We tried setting up the module's keystore type as PKCS7 but no luck either, the error reads: "cert.p12: Keystore type is not available: PKCS7". Also, we tried editing the jvm.config's JAVA_HOME path to point to the local user's JAVA_HOME but no luck either.
I understand that indeed our .p12 is too old for this fix. Now our question is, has anyone here faced the same issue and solved it some other way? It honestly sounds weird to have to downgrade the Java version to an older one. In any case, we read here (https://intellij-support.jetbrains.com/hc/en-us/articles/206544879) that Java 8 is required to run Intellij Idea so, I don't think downgrading is going to fix this for us.