Firebase Dynamic Links Quickstart

[!IMPORTANT] Firebase Dynamic Links is deprecated and should not be used in new projects. The service will shut down on August 25, 2025.

Please see our Dynamic Links Deprecation FAQ documentation for more guidance.

Getting Started

  • Add Firebase to your Android Project.
  • Follow the quickstart guide to set up your project.
  • Configure the sample:
    • Replace the app_code value in app/build.gradle with your personal app code.
    • Replace the applicationId in app/build.gradle with the package name that matches your app code.
  • Run the sample on your Android device or emulator.
  • Using the sample:
    • When the application is started, a deep link will be generated using your app code.
    • Click Share to share this deep link to another application.
    • The application checks if it was launched from a deep link. If so, the link data will be displayed under the Receive heading.
    • Try sharing the deep link from the application and use that deep link to re-launch the application.



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