(A) Google Play will silently replace the old application with the new application
(B) As long as the old app is unlisted, Google Play will allow upload of the new app, which reuses the same Application ID
(C) Google Play will automatically generate a new Application ID and allow the app to be uploaded
(D) The application will be rejected because Google Play only allows a single instance of an Application ID
Every application listed or unlisted has a unique Application ID that cannot be reused. So, if a customer wants to reuse the Application ID of another unlisted app then the expected behavior will be that the application will be rejected because Google Play only allows a single instance of an Application ID.
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