Requesting direct license verification?

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KhronoNewton
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Requesting direct license verification?

Postby KhronoNewton » Thu Aug 10, 2017 3:51 pm

I have an emulator for a year, but today I tried to play Castlevania, and when I left the house without an internet, he asked to check the license, but before leaving the house I had already confined.
I enabled mobile data, and I confirmed again, when turning off mobile data again asked to confirm, what do I do? To play emulator with internet on? I miss the emulator offline, or is it an error?
Help me. :(
AngryPotato
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Re: Requesting direct license verification?

Postby AngryPotato » Fri Aug 11, 2017 11:34 am

http://drastic-ds.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=4870&start=40 has someone with the same problem.

The relevant part is
xperia64 wrote:
Fefo wrote:Had two licence errors (3244) while commuting. Reverted.

The next build should improve the licensing. Google Play was basically having the license expire after a minute. I manually set it to a year.
xperia64
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Re: Requesting direct license verification?

Postby xperia64 » Fri Aug 18, 2017 9:44 pm

Please try the latest version released August 16.
tomkatt
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Re: Requesting direct license verification?

Postby tomkatt » Tue Sep 12, 2017 3:56 pm

I still seem to be having issues with this. Got a license failure when launching the app. Does it check with every version update? I'm in the Beta and haven't launched the app in the last week or two, so wondering if that's it.
xperia64
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Re: Requesting direct license verification?

Postby xperia64 » Wed Sep 13, 2017 2:42 am

All I can say is try uninstalling and reinstalling.
I just clean installed the latest Google Play beta myself and played around with my device's clock. The license reliably stayed valid for about 360 days.

I suppose the license could invalidate itself if the app sees an internet connection, tries to update the license, and there's a hiccup of some sort.

We've also received reports of certain root utilities like Magisk interfering with Google Play Licensing.

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