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- Basic setup with stock LVL: http://developer.android.com/guide/market/licensing/index.html
Customizing it for security: http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2010/09/securing-android-lvl-applications.html
If you do not customize it you can as well leave it out.Mar 15, 2012
- Btw doing it properly with a customized LVL is a lot of work. You can expect spending several hours on that. And that is only for the most basic protections against automated scripts and newbie hackers.
An experienced hacker will always find a way to circumvent your protections because stupid Java apps are so easy to disassemble.Mar 15, 2012
- I'm gonna take a look at it. What I found stupid is not having our own apps automatically added to our apps list, so we actually have to buy our own app...makes no sense unless I'm overseeing something too obvious.Mar 15, 2012
- You cannot buy your own app.
But you can setup a pre-defined server reponse for your dev account and a number of other accounts. So if you use one of these accounts on your device you can allow yourself to use your own app. :)Mar 15, 2012
- Always learning. Any specific place to set that up or I have to hard code it into my app?Mar 15, 2012
- In your developer console under the profile settings. There you can also find your key you need to hardcode into the app. It is all explained very nicely in these links I gave you.Mar 15, 2012