Developer Console

Step 4: Verify - Test Your App

1. Explore - Know your options 2. Choose - Find a solution 3. Fit - Update your code 4. Verify - Test your app 5. Push - Submit your app

If you have implemented Amazon Device Messaging (ADM) in your app, you can confirm that your app is set up with ADM by sending a test notification to a device.

To set up a test notification:

  1. Log in to the Developer Console.
  2. Hover over the Apps & Services tab and select Device messaging.
  3. In the Test your message screen, select the Target app.
  4. Enter the Client ID and secret and Device registration ID.
  5. Choose the duration of the message in the Message expires after section.
  6. Choose the message type.
  7. Select Send test message to complete your notification.

Check for the message on your device.

Testing notes

When testing your app's use of ADM, note the following:

  • First-generation Kindle Fire tablets do not support ADM.
  • Second-generation Kindle Fire tablets must be running the following system versions to support ADM. To see the system version, go to Settings > Device > About.
    • Kindle Fire HD 8.9" - System Version 8.3.0 or later
    • Kindle Fire HD 7" - System Version 7.3.0 or later
    • Kindle Fire (2nd Generation) - System Version 10.3.0 or later. On second-generation tablets, your corporate firewall may block network access for ADM. Your app must be able to communicate with servers outside your corporate network using UDP on one of the following ports: 49317, 33434, 40317
  • Other system versions of Fire tablets and Fire TV devices all support ADM.
Step 5. Push

Push - Submit your app

When you've updated and tested your app, you're ready to submit. For more details, see Submitting Apps to the Amazon Appstore.

Last updated: Mar 24, 2022