Re: OpenUDID can QuickConnect use this? (Now BPXLUUIDHandler)

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Noli Sicad

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Mar 27, 2012, 4:54:34 PM3/27/12
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According to some folks in route-me google groups, this one is better.

https://github.com/blackpixel/BPXLUUIDHandler

From the readme.

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Unique Identifier Is Dead, Long Live Unique Identifier

As of iOS 5, Apple has deprecated the device unique identifier api and
hasn’t provided a friendly Obj-C replacement, instead recommending
CFUUIDCreate and NSUserDefaults.

CFUUIDCreate isn’t very complicated and neither is NSUserDefaults, but
this solution fails in a few different ways:

* It’s not a quick one-shot call to get the UUID; you have to
write your own wrapper to make it friendly
* It doesn’t persist; deleting the app blows away the UUID
* There’s no way to share it between apps

The answer to these issues is to create a class that acts as the
wrapper and improves on the persistence and sharing options using
Keychain.

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What do you think about this?

Noli

lee barney

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Mar 27, 2012, 6:43:33 PM3/27/12
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Noli,

See my response to Aaron's question.

Lee

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