Java Verified is a program run under the App Quality Alliance (AQuA). To find out what AQuA is doing with Java, Android and iOS, take a look at www.appqualityalliance.org
Important note: The Java Verfied signing portal has now closed.
Why? Well, the use of the Java Verified signing facilities has been in decline for some while now, and we have reached the point where it has become unviable to keep this service running.
From May 31st 2015, to have a Java Midlet signed, the services of Verisign and Thawte may be used. These two root certificates are on many phones, and whilst they provide a shorter time of validity signature the access permissions are equivalent to those granted by a Java Verified signature.
The Java Testing Criteria will remain in existence, and can be freely used, just like any other AQuA Testing Criteria.
If you’ve any questions in the meantime, then do not hesitate to get in touch.
Question: Can you take me through the whole process of getting me app signed?
Answer: Sure. Take a look at the videos
Question: Hello, I just see that you offer a way to sign applications for R&D purposes but I can't find the price.
How much does it cost for submitting code for R&D signing?
Answer: R&D signing is entirely optional and without cost, other than the cost of owning a Publisher ID.
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