Android from where the alias?

When you create a key file, you must specify the alias, but I can't understand I should think or where to take something? what other developers will need to use the same alias? and why do we need it?
July 9th 19 at 10:27
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July 9th 19 at 10:29
Solution
Alias key-it is only the human-readable name of the generated certificate, which points to the certificate (key). You can specify any. The private key is generated on the basis of other data and knowledge of the alias anything other will not, they can even coincide. You can create certificates for each app and call them convenient for you aliases, or to have one certificate for all applications. But the same application (and all updates) must be signed by one key.

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