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Hi,

Please help me.

I want to know that

what is PID?
What is the role of PID on device?
if we are having 2 device with same model but different PID, will an application run on both device without any change in that.

Please do me favor.
Thanks in advance
kuldeep

PID stands for Platform ID. The PID is used to index into the correct catalog of applications when the device connects to a distribution server. When you submit an application for TBT, you wubmit against a PID and not a device.
The same device with different PIDs means there is a fundemental difference between the two SW builds. Often this is due to additional functionaity (such as IPosDet). Often, there is a GFA between these two devices. This means that any app submitted to the parent's PID gets added to the child's catalog as well.

PID stands for Platform ID. The PID is used to index into the correct catalog of applications when the device connects to a distribution server. When you submit an application for TBT, you wubmit against a PID and not a device.
The same device with different PIDs means there is a fundemental difference between the two SW builds. Often this is due to additional functionaity (such as IPosDet). Often, there is a GFA between these two devices. This means that any app submitted to the parent's PID gets added to the child's catalog as well.

If your application runs on handsets with different PIDs depends solely on how YOU programmed it. If you made it intelligent enough, yes, it will run without problems. If you didn't take it into account, there is a chance it won't.

If your application runs on handsets with different PIDs depends solely on how YOU programmed it. If you made it intelligent enough, yes, it will run without problems. If you didn't take it into account, there is a chance it won't.