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Created attachment 7986 [details]
Opening up an Android project in Visual Studio on a computer with an expired Xamarin.iOS trial and an active Enterprise Xamarin.Android license causes a pop up saying "Your Xamarin.iOS trial has ended." Trying to select "Use Xamarin.iOS Starter Edition" does not prevent the message from popping up in the future.
## Actual Results:
Warning message indicating Xamarin.iOS trial period has ended pops up when opening Android project.
## Expected Results:
Android project should open up without raising iOS notification.
I have tried to reproduce this issue and we are also getting the same behavior. On opening/Creating android project, Expired trial license Popup window appears when using an account having Expired trial for iOS and 'Valid Enterprise' for android.
IDE Log: https://gist.github.com/saurabh360/f263e6f643e785f56dcd
We have checked this issue and now this issue works fine. We are not getting Expired trial license Popup window when build/run android project using an account having Expired trial for iOS and 'Valid Enterprise' for android.
This bug fix is available on the stable channel.