There's been a new ELM license limitation where a package name can only activate a maximum of five unique ELM license keys. Activating more than that will result in a 102 or 201 error. If you're using a sample app, this is likely the cause of your problem. There have been plenty of developers that have activated an ELM license key on our sample app, which is why activating one on any sample app currently may result in a 102 or 201.
As a solution, please change the sample app's package name.
To change your app package name, you need to do three things:
Uncheck "Compact Empty Middle Packages"
- On Android Studio, click on the gear symbol on your project structure window on the left
- Uncheck "Compact Empty Middle Packages"
- Change one of the folder names in com/sample/appname to, for example, com/sample2134/appname
- Your new package name is com.sample2134.appname
Change the app/build.gradle line
- Go to your app/build.gradle
- Look for the line under defaultConfig, applicationId and change the applicationId from the old package name to the new package name
Go to AndroidManifest.xml
- Ensure all the android:name values are still correct, if not correct them to the new path/package name
Hope it helps.