How to detect the app is cracked?

by peter » Thu, 03 Jun 2010 15:07:12 GMT


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 Not that I care but I am just curious - I would also like to place a
ads banner to the app if it detects the app the user running is a
cracked app.

I know in iPhone I can do it by checking the info.plist etc.

Any idea?

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Anyone have any suggestions?

cheers,
steve
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