Firebase is not working after apk is signed

I have used FCM to implement push notifications in my application. Now what issue I am facing is that when I run the build from my laptop the fcm runs perfectly and I get notifications. When I create a signed apk and upload on internal test channel in playstore it does not work although I can see the fcm token being updated at the backend where we have saved the token.

I saw in few questions where they as to add SHA-1 key in firebase console but I have already added that while adding the app in firebase. I also checked the app signing key in “Release Management – > App Signing” section in google play console, where it is showing the same SHA-1 key that I added while creating a project. Now when i try to add the SHA-1 key in the console it is giving me issue of “Your operation was forbidden.”. Help me out to how to make this work.

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Firebase – onAuthStateChanged does not return correct formatted object

My app is working correctly until a few minutes ago.

According to documentation, the user object returned will have following properties:

firebase.auth().onAuthStateChanged(function(user) {   if (user) {     var displayName = user.displayName;     var email =;     var emailVerified = user.emailVerified;     var photoURL = user.photoURL;     var isAnonymous = user.isAnonymous;     var uid = user.uid;     var providerData = user.providerData;   } else {     // User is signed out.   } }); 

If I want to access uid, I can just call user.uid.

But the problem is I discovered this behavior is broken while I was developing new features a few minutes ago.

If I want to access properties like uid or email, now I need to access it like this:

user._user.uid or

Why does this happened?

Is Firebase doing any update?

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PayPal Sandbox Execute Call returning Error 400 Bad Request

In implementing a server Paypal integration, the POST Create call works correctly to with the response object matching that found in the API. The server successfully returns the result to the Client, and for the .then(res) function of is: PAY-76T970067E989851JLPLCMKA

After the user authorizes payment, the client sends a request to my server’s execute endpoint with a payload of:

{     "paymentID" : "PAY-76T970067E989851JLPLCMKA",     "payerID" : "3LSD3Q8J7T3ZL" } 

The server then remodels the payload for a query to paypal’s POST Execute endpoint as follows:


Content-Type = "application/json" Authorization = "Bearer " + accessToken // checked not expired 

and a body payload of:

{"payer_id" : "3LSD3Q8J7T3ZL"} 

The post is then made to:

at which point, the paypal server responds with: The remote server returned an error: (400) Bad Request.

Form what I can see, this matches the API requirements outlined here:

As a side note, I setup an endpoint on my own server to check the headers and JSON payload being submitted to the Paypal execute endpoint are correct.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.