License Verification works in Wifi but not in 3G

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Michael

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Sep 24, 2012, 1:32:02 PM9/24/12
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I am using Google Nexus One. Same application.

Look at the log difference:

For WIFI:
09-24 10:11:17.627: I/FetchLicKey(2527): FetchLicKey.fetchLicKey: contentLength = 14
09-24 10:11:17.627: I/FetchLicKey(2527): FetchLicKey.readByteDta
09-24 10:11:17.627: I/FetchLicKey(2527): FetchLicKey.fileterForRealData
09-24 10:11:17.637: I/FetchLicKey(2527): FetchLicKey.fileterForRealData: cri=12
09-24 10:11:17.637: I/FetchLicKey(2527): FetchLicKey.fileterForRealData: vri=0

For 3G:
09-24 10:15:13.137: I/FetchLicKey(2527): FetchLicKey.fetchLicKey: contentLength = -1
09-24 10:15:13.137: I/FetchLicKey(2527): FetchLicKey.fetchLicKey: licKey =

Michael

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Sep 24, 2012, 4:11:27 PM9/24/12
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the device id is pasted here:

deviceId=354957030315595

licmax

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Sep 24, 2012, 6:57:13 PM9/24/12
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Hi Michael,

We are monitoring our logs for requests coming from you. Here is an example,

[LMX] INFO [2012/09/24 15:07:32] | License Fetching - Device ID: 354957034999543, Product Def KEY: PDQSHBRIJLWJOAENMJEBNFTCR, Lic Key:

Note how the system did not return you a license key back. The reason for this is there is no license key acquired for the specified Device ID of 354957034999543

If you acquire a license key for this device, then we are sure the fetch with the above parameters would return the license key acquired.
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