Step 1: Create Project in the firebase console using your app package name. Ex: com.testapp
Step 2: After the project creation download the
google-service.json file which is automatically generated.
Step 3: Add the
google-service.json file to your android Application with in the app folder.
Step 4: Add the firebase dependencies in the project level build.gradle file.
Step 5: Apply plugin in app/build.gradle
Step 1: Add the FCM dependency to your app-level build.gradle file.
Step 2: Add below line in your app manifest file.
Step 3: Create
MyFirebaseMessagingService file in your application that extends
Step 4: Enable Cloud messaging in FireBase, you can enable cloud messaging in the below Link. Enable cloud messaging
Copy Cloud Messaging API key and configure it in the chat server to receive message and calls from Chat SDK.
You can find Cloud Messaging API key in
Project Settings under
Cloud Messaging tab. Please refer below screenshot.
Step 6: Open the AndroidManifest.xml and add below permissions.
Step 7: Get the device token and add it in cloud message console.
Step 1: Add the Crashlytics In your project-level build.gradle.
Step 2: Add Crashlytics in your app-level build.gradle
Refer Firebase Crashlytics Document
Note: After added Crashlytics to your application. In first time it will take more than 12 hours to affect the Firebase Crashlytics UI.