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We 've been registered as true brew developer. Moreover we 're listed in Global Brew Developer Directory under the India section as Kleward Consulting Pvt Ltd. We 're developing a brew application as required by our client who is working as a client for TATA , CDMA operator in India. We 've tested our application on actual handsets those are test bit eanbled . It is working fine on them. I 've read the docs regarding the Brew Application Distribution System. so do we need to send the application for TBT. Please throw some light on these issues.. actually we 're falling in perplexed situation because we 're not directly dealing with the Actual Operator. There are more issues pertaining to the application distribution. If you can please send me some docs regarding the issue.

Thanks

Well, you need to submit your application to the NSTL certification, unless your target operator TATA makes an exception. If TATA makes an exception then they would allow you to submit your application directly via TATA's website (as far I know that is not the case). So you have to submit your application for NSTL (a thirdpary software testing house), and you submit your application and indicate your target operators. Once certified, your application would appear on operator's deck.

Well, you need to submit your application to the NSTL certification, unless your target operator TATA makes an exception. If TATA makes an exception then they would allow you to submit your application directly via TATA's website (as far I know that is not the case). So you have to submit your application for NSTL (a thirdpary software testing house), and you submit your application and indicate your target operators. Once certified, your application would appear on operator's deck.

ruben wrote:Well, you need to submit your application to the NSTL certification, unless your target operator TATA makes an exception. If TATA makes an exception then they would allow you to submit your application directly via TATA's website (as far I know that is not the case). So you have to submit your application for NSTL (a thirdpary software testing house), and you submit your application and indicate your target operators. Once certified, your application would appear on operator's deck.
Thanks Ruben
I was thinking the same about the application testing model. but confusion arised when a qualcomm executive here in India .. told me that in India you 're exempted from true brew testing.

ruben wrote:Well, you need to submit your application to the NSTL certification, unless your target operator TATA makes an exception. If TATA makes an exception then they would allow you to submit your application directly via TATA's website (as far I know that is not the case). So you have to submit your application for NSTL (a thirdpary software testing house), and you submit your application and indicate your target operators. Once certified, your application would appear on operator's deck.
Thanks Ruben
I was thinking the same about the application testing model. but confusion arised when a qualcomm executive here in India .. told me that in India you 're exempted from true brew testing.

this is indeed true - both Tata and Reliance will test your application internally so there is no need to submit your BREW app for NSTL's TBT tests

this is indeed true - both Tata and Reliance will test your application internally so there is no need to submit your BREW app for NSTL's TBT tests

success_anil wrote:Thanks Ruben
I was thinking the same about the application testing model. but confusion arised when a qualcomm executive here in India .. told me that in India you 're exempted from true brew testing.
Basically it shuld happen the way ruben mentioned,with respect to careers in india they have exception for tbt, internal testing of application will be carried out by themselves....
we have launched all our application exception of tbt in india... :)
but u cant be sure it happens all the time, may be depends on the carieer...

success_anil wrote:Thanks Ruben
I was thinking the same about the application testing model. but confusion arised when a qualcomm executive here in India .. told me that in India you 're exempted from true brew testing.
Basically it shuld happen the way ruben mentioned,with respect to careers in india they have exception for tbt, internal testing of application will be carried out by themselves....
we have launched all our application exception of tbt in india... :)
but u cant be sure it happens all the time, may be depends on the carieer...

Hi
Please correct me if i m wrong that the TBT cost varies if the no. of handsets/platform varies. I read the docs at https://www.nstl.com/brew/PricingInformation.aspx. and tried to understand the formula through which brew application is priced by NSTL for TBT.
I wanted to know If my application passes the TBT in first go then normally how much time would it take to get certified from NSTL. In addition to this I wanted to ask that if the application fails to pass the TBT or Entrance criteria do I 've to pay the whole fees for Full Test in TBT again or Is there any relaxation in that? Kindly throw some light on the issue...?

Hi
Please correct me if i m wrong that the TBT cost varies if the no. of handsets/platform varies. I read the docs at https://www.nstl.com/brew/PricingInformation.aspx. and tried to understand the formula through which brew application is priced by NSTL for TBT.
I wanted to know If my application passes the TBT in first go then normally how much time would it take to get certified from NSTL. In addition to this I wanted to ask that if the application fails to pass the TBT or Entrance criteria do I 've to pay the whole fees for Full Test in TBT again or Is there any relaxation in that? Kindly throw some light on the issue...?