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Thread: iPhone 4 4.0.1,, Haptic Pro can't get a license

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    Default iPhone 4 4.0.1,, Haptic Pro can't get a license
    I jailbroke my iPhone 4 with 4.0.1 and installed the apps I previously purchased from the Rock store. The licenses transferred just fine, so Rock lets me install Haptic Pro. However, when I respring after installing it, I get a pop-up saying Haptic Pro license missing, that my device needs to be authorized, and a license needs to be downloaded over the network. I press the "Authorize" button, and I get another pop-up, server refused, device has not been granted license. I've seen in other forum postings that Haptic Pro should work just fine on the iPhone 4. What's going on?


    Jeff Westfahl

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    me too nee help!!!

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    same problem here.

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    My iPhone is a Part of Me kwickone's Avatar
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    hmmm...that is odd, because I installed and run with no issues. However, my license is from Cydia, not Rock. That could be the issue.
    kwickone I.T.H.

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    Yeah, I thought it might be something like that. I also thought it might be because of the servers being slammed. If it doesn't fix itself in a day or two, I'll do the whole Rock support thing.

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    I am having same problem. Sent email to Rock. Will let all know what they say.

    Got this response from Rock already:

    "Haptic Pro (1.2.3) had major problem in our testing. Now fixed and back
    in test. Should be a couple days."

    So keep an eye out in what's new in Rock for the update.

    Thanks Rock for quick reply
    Last edited by batter; 2010-08-08 at 04:22 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    I got the same reply from them last night.

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    The changelog for the Rock App update today said something about better support for Cydia licensed apps. After updating Rock, I took another stab at installing Haptic Pro and it works just fine now.

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