reset market license

by ruspa » Fri, 28 Jan 2011 18:51:18 GMT


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 I got some issues with my market license key.. I've read about how LVL
check fails with ApiException 503 error for preventing dos
attacks..etc.. but now I'm getting this error on my own phone and
can't run or debug in no way the app.
How can I reset the market LVL timer or change my keys? I've been
waiting for a couple of minutes without requesting LVL validation but
keeps on going 503 error....
Thanks

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Re: reset market license

by ruspa » Fri, 28 Jan 2011 19:02:08 GMT


 there should be a way to kill the feature that detects this "dos
attack", it's impossible to test effectively something without running
the piece of code dozens and dozens of times. If the market
verification fails after a couple of trials it's quite disappointing.
Plus, this 503 issue (ops should have I said "feature") is poorly
documented, I found only instructions saying
"try not to hit the market too often or you will start getting 503
errors, and it will take a while to reset"
Wth it means? How much is exactly "a while"? I'm sick of waiting :(





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