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SilentDragon Android is an Android frontend for the desktop SilentDragon or SilentDragonLite that lets you send and receive shielded payments from your mobile phone. We are currently working on implementing Lite Wallet and HushChat functionality on Android, so follow us on our Twitter or Mastodon to stay updated. After this functionality is implemented, we are planning on making an F-Droid release.
The minimum supported Android version is 4.4.x KitKat. There are two ways to install:
Install from untrusted sourceson your Android phone in order to install from this source.
In order to let your Android phone connect to your desktop, you need to run the desktop SilentDragon, and sync fully. This is not a full node on your Android (your poor battery!). It's a remote control for your full node.
Thankfully this should only take a short time with a fast internet connection! As the Hush network grows, it will take longer. As of Sept 2019, the blockchain is about 900MB on disk.
After your node is synced, go to
Apps -> Connect Mobile App to view the
connection QR Code, which you can scan from the Android App.
You can file issues in the issues tab.
We appreciate them! Please follow the Github issue template, when reasonable.
You can also compile and run from source.
On OS X:
brew doctor brew install ant brew install maven brew install gradle brew cask install android-sdk brew cask install android-ndk touch ~/.android/repositories.cfg sdkmanager --update sdkmanager "platform-tools" "platforms;android-28" gradle build
On Debian-based systems:
apt-get install -y android-sdk gradle touch ~/.android/repositories.cfg sdkmanager --update sdkmanager "platform-tools" "platforms;android-28" gradle build
Make sure you have Gradle 5.4.x or higher, 5.4.1 is known to work:
./gradlew wrapper --gradle-version=5.4.1
Or you can use Android Studio on Linux, OS X, or Windows:
Make sure to install ndkVersion 21.1.6352462. Clone the repository and open the project in Android Studio. Android Studio will automatically run the initial build process. Click the Run button to launch the app after the build process is complete.
The first time you create a release build you'll need to create a keystore file and prepare a properties file. The release keystore is used for app signing and a properties file is used to store sensitive information about the keystore. These files should not be committed to git. Once you have both of these files you can create a release build for the Google Play Store. For further information, click here.
Contributions to this project are welcome and encouraged.