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Pantech Renue P6030: application can't be launched because it was purchased with a different SIM

After loading my test application onto the Pantech Renue P6030, when I try to launch the app with app manager, I get the following error message:  The application can't be launched because it was purchased with a different SIM.  Please insert the purchasing SIM and try again.

 

When I got the phone there was no SIM card in it, so I took one from another phone for testing.  I don't have access to the old SIM card.  

 

I'm guessing that the app I'm loading is associating itself with that old SIM.  

 

Anyone have an idea how I can launch a test app with the replacement SIM card? 

This is a known issue with this device while testing cable/side loaded Brew Applications.
The best workaround is to include the following classid in the dependency section of your MIF File.
defined in file "AEEGroupIDAnySid.bid".#define AEEGROUPID_ANY_SID 0x01000800Once you add this, and then cable load your App the issue won't occur.Remember to remove this dependency from MIF when you actualy submit/release your App for production.

This is a known issue with this device while testing cable/side loaded Brew Applications.
The best workaround is to include the following classid in the dependency section of your MIF File.
defined in file "AEEGroupIDAnySid.bid".#define AEEGROUPID_ANY_SID 0x01000800Once you add this, and then cable load your App the issue won't occur.Remember to remove this dependency from MIF when you actualy submit/release your App for production.

This is a known issue with this device while testing cable/side loaded Brew Applications.The best workaround is to include the following classid in the dependency section of your MIF File.defined in file "AEEGroupIDAnySid.bid".#define AEEGROUPID_ANY_SID        0x01000800Once you add this, and then cable load your App the issue won't occur.Remember to remove this dependency from MIF when you actualy submit/release your App for production.

This is a known issue with this device while testing cable/side loaded Brew Applications.The best workaround is to include the following classid in the dependency section of your MIF File.defined in file "AEEGroupIDAnySid.bid".#define AEEGROUPID_ANY_SID        0x01000800Once you add this, and then cable load your App the issue won't occur.Remember to remove this dependency from MIF when you actualy submit/release your App for production.

Thanks alot.  That works.  
 
To my .cif file, I added:
#include "AEEGroupIDAnySid.bid"
 
and in the same file to Dependencies{} added: 
AEECLISID_ANY_SID

Thanks alot.  That works.  
 
To my .cif file, I added:
#include "AEEGroupIDAnySid.bid"
 
and in the same file to Dependencies{} added: 
AEECLISID_ANY_SID

please make sure to remove the dependency before Realsing the App to production/submission for TBT.

please make sure to remove the dependency before Realsing the App to production/submission for TBT.