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How I can use my personal application ( which requare purchase) which I publish in store . RRS feed

  • Question

  • On My Windows Phone I have account

    first@outlook.com

    As a developer I use another Microsoft account

    second@outlook.com

    Then I publish application by using second@outlook.com in store and cost of my application is 1 dollar.

    Then I want to use my personal application for free on my phone.

    Is it possible ?

    Is it a good idea to have differenet account ?

    What problem I can have if I have different account for development and buying application.

    I know that as a developer you can use 3 application on your phone, but what if i develop more then 3 application. Does it mean that I need to buy my personal app ? Buy money to myself ?


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    Monday, February 9, 2015 9:53 AM

Answers

  • Not sure if its a good way, but you can keep a unique identifier hard-coded inside the app which would identify your device or your account. You can put a 'if' condition inside code to bypass buying of app(or to continue its free usage) if the condition matches your identifier.

    http://developer.nokia.com/community/wiki/Using_Crypto%2B%2B_library_with_Windows_Phone_8



    Monday, February 9, 2015 10:25 AM