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Samsung Developer Program

Application Binary Files and Data Entry

This section provides details about the binary files, data entry, country distribution, and pricing of freely or commercially distributed applications.

Application Binary Files

  • Binary filenames:
    • Must be unique among all binary files registered to the application.
    • Must not contain spaces or special characters, but can contain underscores.
  • All binary files registered to an application must include the same App ID.
  • All package binary files registered to a Gear application must include the same package ID.
  • All binary files registered to Android™ applications must include a signing key.
  • All binary files registered to a application must include the same signing key.
  • For Android binary files that integrate Samsung In-App Purchase, file upload into Seller Office may be restricted depending on the IAP SDK version.
  • When updating or re-registering a binary file, the application ID of the previously registered binary file must be specified in the binary file.
  • When updating or re-registering a binary file, the package ID of the previously registered binary file must be included in the new file.
  • When updating or re-registering a package binary file:
    • If the previously registered binary file included a signing key, the new binary file must include the same signing key.
    • If the previously registered binary file did not include a signing key, the new binary file must not include a signing key.

Application Data Entry

  • All binary files registered to an application must include the same application service ID. The application service ID included for the binary files of one application cannot be included in the binary files of another application.
  • For Tencent applications that are commercially distributed in China, the application service ID displayed in the application listing in the Samsung Galaxy Apps Store for China users can be duplicated.
  • After an application is unregistered from Seller Office or has had its distribution terminated in the Galaxy Apps Store, its package ID can be used again for another application.
  • The package ID included in each package binary file registered to an application must be unique among all applications registered to the same Seller Office account.
  • The package ID included in the package binary files of one application cannot be included in the binary files of another application.
  • For Gear applications, compatible non-Samsung devices are listed in the Detailed Device Settings popup under the category Non-Samsung Device Group.
  • Non-Samsung devices synced to Gear are categorized by their resolution. Some non-Samsung devices may not be supported depending on their specifications, even if their resolutions are listed.
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