commit 7950cac801da772c59261e7ffd0b0324b9e04709
Author: Nathan Freitas <>
Date:   Sun Sep 25 18:53:30 2016 -0400

    remove dated information in the BUILD file
 BUILD | 34 ++--------------------------------
 1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 32 deletions(-)

diff --git a/BUILD b/BUILD
index 196dc63..b122a9f 100644
--- a/BUILD
+++ b/BUILD
@@ -47,45 +47,15 @@ that will handle basic Tor controlling features.
        android update project --name Orbot --target android-15 --path .
-Now you need to split and copy the tor binary into external/bin. We split it
-into < 1M chunks because some Android devices don't like resources larger than
-    split --bytes=1m ./external/tor/src/or/tor ./external/bin/tor
 Now build the Android app
-    ./setup-ant
-       ant release
+(gradle / android studio instructions here)
-This will produce an unsigned Tor package in ./bin/Orbot-unsigned.apk!
+This will produce an unsigned Tor package APK.
 To produce a usable package, you'll need to sign the .apk. The basics on
 signing can be found on the Android developer site:

-The three steps are quite simple. First, you'll generate a key. Secondly,
-you'll sign the application. Thirdly, you'll verify the the apk.
-Generating a signing key:
-       keytool -genkey -v -keystore my-release-key.keystore \
-               -alias orbots_key -keyalg RSA -validity 10000
-Sign the apk:
-       jarsigner -verbose -keystore my-release-key.keystore \
-               bin/Orbot-unsigned.apk orbots_key
-Verify the signature for the apk:
-       jarsigner -verify bin/Orbot-unsigned.apk
-       mv bin/Orbot-unsigned.apk bin/Orbot-signed-alpha.apk
-You can also GPG sign the apk and generate an .asc:
-       gpg -ab Orbot-signed-alpha.apk
-Now you should have a fully signed and production ready alpha release of Orbot!
-Give bin/Orbot-signed-alpha.apk an install and send us bug reports!

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