In App purchase Google Checkout Testing In Pakistan

by Piyasa » Sat, 14 May 2011 01:54:48 GMT


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 I am implementing In App purchase through Google CheckOut in my app. I
live in Pakistan
I can test In App billing only on Sprint CDMA device but not on Nexus
S, Milestone II ,HTC desire and T Mobile G1. What is the logical
reason. Is there any method , so that I can be able to test this
feature on Milestone II or HTC Desire?. Any help will be appreciated.

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Re: In App purchase Google Checkout Testing In Pakistan

by Nasif Noorudeen » Sat, 14 May 2011 14:50:05 GMT


 need android market version morethan 3.2
is the reason





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Re: In App purchase Google Checkout Testing In Pakistan

by BOOKHUNGER » Fri, 20 May 2011 09:30:35 GMT


 Great Question. But i think We can not install market version above
3.2 on theses devices?. If i am wrong then please
correct me.





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