Question about Motorola Mobility V365 Cellular Phone
Bought a V365 today. It works fine , however when I tried to buy and download a game from ATT, I received the following message "Certificate expired. Application not downloaded." even though they charged me for the game. Called customer support and they tried to fix this but were no help. They transferred me to tech support and after 25 minutes on hold, I gave up. I know the problem is with ATT but can you explain this "certificate" message. Thank you
Hi this "certificate expired" message is nothing but similar to the expiry date which you have in your credit card..actually there is a certificate which is present in the game which is used to identify whether the game is genuine also it has a validity for a period which expires after that..it is purely ATT fault so you can claim to get a new edition of the game from them1..thank you!!..
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
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