- 12-24-12, 05:30 PM #26
Looks like this is happening to more people. I just made a post in the limited edition trade-up forum on the official BlackBerry Developer support forums. I think they're finally going to get ready and start sending out emails hopefully soon. I got that message as well and my first message matched yours and the OP's so I'm sure it's not just us getting this new message.
- 12-26-12, 12:35 PM #28
Dev Alpha Trade-in email
So when people start getting emails or seeing follow-up from RIM, ***please*** keep us updated here on this thread.
I want to make sure if I don't get an email (while everyone else has) that I still have enough time to re-register some newer apps or inquire as to what I may still need to do to qualify.
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- 12-27-12, 07:38 PM #31
Hey Everyone, I just posted this in the developer.blackberry.com forums for the Trade up, didn't feel like rewriting so I'm plagiarizing my own work
Quick little update, I went back in to the trade up page. Now, I got thinking, what would happen if I submit another app. A different one from the one I submitted.
Interestingly enough I get that same message that "A submission for the Limited Edition Trade-up program has already occurred for pin ********. For further inquiries on this issue, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org."
Now what's interesting here is that I cannot actually submit any more apps. Unique apps as well. Obviously resubmitting the same app will bring that message up as well because it's already in the system.
So that leads me to believe that the "device allocation" message meant that yes that some app you submitted was eligible for the offer but as mentioned in the CrackBerry forums, it wasn't the best idea not to send out confirmation emails or not to provide any support email.
Long story short, I'd say if you have another app, check and see if it goes through the system. If it does from my logic, it means that you have yet to qualify or they might still be processing one of your apps. If you're locked out of the system and it won't even let you submit a new app, you probably have already qualifed and they're locking it down so you don't submit 50 apps for that one Dev Alpha PIN. Makes sense when you think about it too, Dev Alpha qualifies, RIM confirms, they say "Okay that's enough you've qualifed and now we can check you off the list and keep moving through the other requests"
Anyways, keep this thread updated everyone with any other findings or interesting messages
- 12-28-12, 01:51 PM #32
Same over here. Tried submitting application with two more different apps and get the message:
A submission for the Limited Edition Trade-up program has already occurred for pin ********. For further inquiries on this issue, please contact us at email@example.com.
- 01-02-13, 10:17 AM #33
I just received this email after emailing them about whether or not my app was approved:
I have confirmed that your registration is in the system. Further communications on whether you are qualified for the Limited Edition device will be sent within the next week.
I guess we will find out next week whether our app has been approved or not? I emailed them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 01-02-13, 10:31 AM #35
The wording of the message was recently changed to add more clarity, as there was some confusion around the original wording. The messages are indicating the same thing that the PIN entered has already been registered in our system for the trade up.
As for whether a developer qualifies or not further communication on this will be sent out within the next week.
I hope that helps.
- 01-03-13, 12:30 PM #37
Site Map: Maintenance
Our website is currently undergoing a scheduled maintenance to upgrade our systems in order to better serve you.
We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
Thats all i get when logging in now. Start the conspiracy theories!
- 01-04-13, 02:31 PM #39
I submitted an app to AppWorld today. The submission process was normal. There was no mention of the Limited Edition device. Is that normal or should I have received something to say it qualifies for the device? Or maybe that comes once it's been approved?
Previously with the PlayBook, if memory serves, they let us know right away that it's on time and that we'll get the device once it's approved etc...
Thanks in advance.
- 01-04-13, 02:41 PM #40
First of all you need a dev alpha. Then you need to have it approved in app world. Once approved fill the limited edition blackberry 10 form https://developer.blackberry.com/limitededition/
Thats it and just wait. They dont give out a confirmation email but apparently they will contact eligible apps next week for limited edition trade up.
- 01-05-13, 01:20 AM #42
I submitted my app a couple of weeks ago and approval still hasn't gone through. Hopefully RIM'll start mass approving app's soon in anticipation for launch. Can't wait to see what these dev special editions look like!
- 01-05-13, 02:25 PM #44Research In Motion @BlackBerryDev
@Andy4Life There has been a bit of a backlog due to the volume from portathons. Most of RIM was closed for the holidays as well. ^PB
- 01-07-13, 07:19 AM #45
I submitted an app as well, just a basic version currently, to get the feel of the SDK. I will be adding features and sending in an upgrade as soon as it is finished. It was submitted Wednesday night and no approval as of yet. I will let you know if there is any change, so we can at least have a feel of approval times. Perhaps others can do the same.
- 01-07-13, 08:25 AM #46
- 01-07-13, 08:40 AM #47
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