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  1. #1
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    How to find the difference between signed and unsigned JAR File.

    Hi
    We got the verisign certificate and signed the JAR File.
    How to find the difference between signed and unsigned JAR File?


    Note:Still we are getting the Warning prompts

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    Re: How to find the difference between signed and unsigned JAR File.

    Signing the JAR file does not get you rid of the Warnings for all cases, it just makes your app trusted.
    Check the application details after installation of the app; it should show you the certificate.

    In case of installing a unsigned app on the device you get a warning - that app is untrusted, but after signing this warning goes off.

    For other warnings like user data or file access or SMS, to need to set the permission of the app to ask only once for these - which is only possible now for this app- which is signing and in trusted domain.
    thanks,
    ~Amitabh
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    Re: How to find the difference between signed and unsigned JAR File.

    senthil_25, does this help?

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