"no certificates" error

by Imran » Tue, 18 Nov 2008 22:55:10 GMT

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 Hi All

    As the time getting close to submit  my project i am getting more
and more problems

    My application was working fine... but it is giving some " no
certificate "  error

   can any one figure out wat it mean please.... ???

   Thanks in advance for any replays....!!!

   the error is

11-18 20:17:31.127: ERROR/PackageParser(54): Package
com.games.speedtester has no certificates at entry res/drawable/
ab.png; ignoring!



"no certificates" error

by Imran » Wed, 19 Nov 2008 12:31:37 GMT

 guys help me.........


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