Get info about your Device Integrity through the Play Integrity API
If you want to implement the Play Integrity API in your app you shouldn't do it this way. The API server should not send the whole JSON to the app, only a yes/no. Also ideally you should pair the integrity request with another one (for example login). That way your API won't let the user proceed without a valid Integrity token that passes integrity checks (even if your app is reverse engineered).
In order to run this yourself you'll need:
1) The Play Integrity Checker Server
2) Your server url specified in
local.properties like this:
3) The app to be on Play Store (otherwise you won't have access to
4) Play Integrity linked to a Google Cloud project through the Play Console with
To set up your Google Cloud project see here
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