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Applicaton - Checking License - Not Valid #562

0pLuS0 opened this issue Jun 22, 2018 · 4 comments


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@0pLuS0 0pLuS0 commented Jun 22, 2018


Hopefully I can just keep this brief without a lot of system detail(s).

On the download section, I downloaded all these latest stable versions;

Services Core
Services Framework Proxy
Store (FakeStore release)
DroidGuard Helper

Xposed Installer 3.1.5 - Framework version 90-beta3
FakeGapps 2.0
Yalp Store 0.42

I installed the H2O Icon Pack for Oreo, and when I click it's icon in the apps drawer, it opens, then gives me a popup; checking license, not sure how to get around this? I've been reading quite a bit online in regards to this license checking, but I thought with all of the apps I have installed above, it would solve this issue? This is also a free app...

This is license check from H20;


Also a popup from Moonrise Icon Pack, about license not valid;


@0pLuS0 0pLuS0 changed the title Applicaton - Checking License - Popup Just Sits Checking Applicaton - Checking License - Not Valid Jun 22, 2018

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@ale5000-git ale5000-git commented Jun 22, 2018

microG doesn't support license check (at least yet), so currently the only way is to remove FakeStore and replace it with the real PlayStore.

PlayStore can work togheter with microG and license check will most likely work.


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@AreYouLoco AreYouLoco commented Jun 23, 2018


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@Shadow53 Shadow53 commented Aug 16, 2018

@AreYouLoco Let's not suggest people circumvent license verification, even if they purchased a license.


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@0pLuS0 0pLuS0 commented Aug 17, 2018

This I realize is some stupid Google thing going on.

This happens when you download a free app, that has a paid version as well.

But I find it odd, if someone wants to only use the Free version, it still has to be verified, which makes no sense, since no one is pirating anything.

It would be great if Google or whoever deals with this, could remove the stupid verification when you are simply using a free app...

For now, my rom is pretty much Gapps free, and that certainly means no bloody Play Store. I just use F-Droid to avoid this rubbish...

Google -1 LOL

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