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Welcome to the Basic Android Key Store sample!\n\n This sample demonstrates how to use the Android Key Store to safely create and store encryption keys that only your application can access. You can also sign data using those keys.\n\n To create a new KeyPair, click \"Create\".\n\n To sign some data using a KeyPair, click \"Sign\".\n\n To verify the data using the signature provided, click \"Verify\".\n\n

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