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That's because someone authorized the application on the device when it showed it's UI. The apps are designed to be executed automatically from scripts without user intervention.
You need to go the the device settings to reset it.
From the source of the test that failed there is a comment:
// we want to ensure we can get the constants without authorization (on iOS 6.0+) so this application
// needs to be unauthorized (in settings.app). Note: authorization checks only occurs on devices
So it looks like you need to de-authorize the app from accessing the Address Book in settings, then this test will succeed.
Can you see if that works for you?
Verified. Linksdk test was given authorization to use contact details on the device that I was testing.
On deauthorizing the app, AddressBook_constants test executed successfully.