If you do not own an Android device to run our Sandbox app on, you can do it using an emulator.
- 1.Open Android Studio.
- 2.Find and select Tools → Android → AVD Manager on the top menu.
- 1.Start the wizard by clicking + Create Virtual Device.
- 2.Select a device (we recommend Pixel 5.0 or Nexus 6) and press Next.
- 3.Select an x86 system image (we recommend Nougat, API Level 25, Android 7.1.1 with Google APIs) and press Next. The image needs to have Google Play Services 10.0.1 or higher.
- 4.In the bottom left corner, select Show Advanced Settings.
- 5.Scroll to Memory and Storage.
- 6.Change Internal Storage to 2048 MB.
- 7.Change SD card to 200 MB.
- 8.Press Finish.
- 1.On the right side under Actions, select the green Play button.
- 2.Wait for the device to boot, this may take a few minutes.
- 1.Open the command line.
- 2.Navigate to your Android SDK platform tools directory (e.g.
cd ~/Library/Android/sdk/platform-toolson macOS).
- 3.Make sure that the virtual device is started and has fully booted.
./adb install ~/Downloads/bunq-android-sandboxEmulator-public-api.apk. and wait for the success message.
If you couldn't generate a sandbox account in the developer portal, use Tinker:
You can create additional sandbox API keys for the sandbox app. Go Profile → Security & Settings → Developers → API keys → Add API key.
The API key is valid and can be assigned to an IP within 4 hours after its creation. Otherwise, it becomes invalid. API keys that are created via the sandbox app are wiped from the sandbox base with each sandbox reset.