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Google maps not showing in Android app - sample code

  1. Filter with 'Google Maps' in your logcat.
  2. You will see an error message, which contains the correct package name & SHA key which should be present as it is in the API Key
  3. Go to Google Cloud Console -> API -> Credentails, and cross-verify both the above, correct if necessary.
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