Enable Android App Links Support

Enable Android App Links Support

Android App Links allow an application to designate itself as the default handler of a given type of link. For example, clicking a URL in an email would open the link in the designated application. This guide will show you how to enable Android App links support for your Auth0-registered application using Auth0's Dashboard.

Provide Your App's Package Name and Certificate Fingerprint

  1. Navigate to the Applications page in the Auth0 Dashboard, and click the name of the Application to view.

View Applications

  1. Scroll to the bottom of the Settings page, and click Show Advanced Settings.

Show Advanced Settings

  1. Select the Device Settings tab, provide the App Package Name and the SHA256 fingerprints of your app’s signing certificate for your Android application, and click Save Changes.

You can use the following command to generate the fingerprint using the Java keytool in your terminal:

keytool -list -v -keystore my-release-key.keystore

For more info about signing certificates, see Android's Sign Your App developer doc.

Add Device Settings

  1. Navigate to the following URL in your browser:


If the link is successful, you will return the following JSON (formatted for readability):

  "relation": ["delegate_permission/common.handle_all_urls"],
  "target": {
    "namespace": "android_app",
    "package_name": "com.mycompany.app1",

For more info about testing your app link, see Android's Verify Android App Links developer doc.