Setup API & Hosting

1. Create Google VM Instance

The Python3 runs on many different platforms, but here we are using the Debian / Linux platform. To install Debian, please refer to the video below
https://youtu.be/HvKEFMoS1SU

2. Open Firewall Port

Next is that you have to open port 9000 and 5000, because by default, google only allows external connections via port 22 which is port ssh. Below is a video that instructs you to open port  9000 and 5000.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMUkR6WYKw4

3. Install 

Please checkout full tutorial:
https://youtu.be/tGMSQg9Y6j8
Step by step above video:
1. unzip booster.zip to local and check  all folder are already.
$ sudo apt-get install -y zip
$ unzip booster.zip

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2. Let's start 
$ sudo chmod +x install.sh

$ sudo ./install.sh

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NOTE: Please change according to your application   Package  & Shared Secret Key

4. Result

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Google Play IAP Verification

1. Getting Started

Please checkout at here: https://developers.google.com/android-publisher/getting_started

 2. Create key

Click on Create Service Account. You will be now asked to enter service account name, ID and description. Once you filled those click Create.
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Second step is optional but you can give role access to this service account
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Once you created the service account and downloaded the JSON file, Go back to Google Play Console and click on DONE in the dialog. Created service account should automatically be displayed in the service accounts list.
Now click on Grant Access for the service account created. That should automatically take you to Users & permissions and open the following dialog.

3. Upload to server

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4smmro_WWlc

Setup Android 

1.  Set API  

Open app >  build.gradle
Change  base_url http://34.68.142.231:5000 is API Server
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2. Set Shared Secret Key

Open core-module > java > helper > Config.kt 
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Change shared_secret_key to    witBooster!@#  in 3.Install FINAL RESULT  Section
Your WitBooster server is running.
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5. Shared Secret Key: witBooster!@#

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 3. Set Onesignal  Notification

Add the following in your android > defaultConfig section. Update PUT_YOUR_ONESIGNAL_APP_ID_HERE with your OneSignal App id
https://documentation.onesignal.com/docs/android-sdk-setup
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4. Set Google AdMob

Add the following in your android > defaultConfig section. Update PUT_YOUR_ADMOB_APP_ID_HERE with your OneSignal App id
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Goto CMS Admin for updating Google Admob ID
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