hi,anybody know the OMTP Application Security Framework and android compliance

by guillaume leterrier (Teleca Germany) » Wed, 01 Apr 2009 16:49:20 GMT

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 Well, it would be difficult to achieve an OMTP compliancy because the
application certification scheme doesn t follow the same security
model. there is no central certificate authority that certify the
trustworthiness of an application in Android.

> thanks a lot

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