Android Firebase Setup

Modified on Fri, 28 Oct 2022 at 01:22 PM

The White-label Mobile Apps you will receive support Push notifications and we use Firebase for the same. 

Here's how you can create your own Firebase project (In case you have not created one previously) 

To Configure Firebase for push notifications follow the steps below:

  • Log into your Firebase account at

  • Select "Add Project", enter the name of the project as per your app name and click on "create project".

  • On the project overview screen, click on the Android icon to add an Android project. As highlighted in the image below.

  • Under the Register app, enter your android package name (generally your domain name is used in reverse with your app name eg: com.atomchat.atomchat ) and select "Register app"

 Note : The same package name has to be entered in the “PACKAGE NAME” field inside the whitelable request form.

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  • In the "Download config file" section, download the google-services.json file and select next. Make sure to keep google-services.json file with you. As you will need to use this file every time you request a whitelabel application.

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Existing setup

To Download google-services.json file from previously created project:

  • Log into your Firebase account at
  • Select your project. 
  • Once inside the project window, you will find an Android project listed below the project overview. 
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  • Click on the title of your project and select the settings icon on the popup menu. 
  • Your apps” displays details of your Android project. Click on the “google-services.json” to download the json file. 

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