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    Default Certificate Error, Certificate Expired Etc - Read this


    TAKE ALSO A LOOK AT THIS THREAD FOR GUIDES AND FAQ!! ---> http://forum.dailymobile.net/index.p...ic,3708.0.html



    Interpreting Signing Error Messages in S60 3rd Edition

    Message: Certificate error. Contact the application supplier.

    Hint: You may have tried installing unsigned application. Note that signing is mandatory S60 3rd Edition. You can use self-signed certificate or developer certificate from Symbian Signed to sign your application.

    Message: Unable to install. Constrained by the certificate.

    Hint: This message pops up when you attempt to install developer certificate in the unsupported device. The developer certificate from Symbian Signed can only be used in a limited number of devices. Remember that you have to send your IMEIs to Symbian Signed when requesting certificate. You cannot use the certificate in other devices that is not in your IMEIs list.


    Message: Required application access not granted.

    Hint: Check that your certificate can be used to sign all capabilities needed by your application. For example, if you use self-signed certificate, you can only sign basic set capabilities, i.e. NetworkServices, ReadUserData, WriteUserData, LocalServices and UserEnvironment. If your application requires one of the extended capabilities, for example SwEvent, you cannot sign it with self-signed certificate. In this case, apply for developer certificates from Symbian Signed.

    Message: Unable to install a protected application from an untrusted supplier.

    Hint: If you use self-signed certificate, make sure that your application uses unprotected UID, i.e. 0xA0000000 - 0xAFFFFFFF. If you use protected UID (0×20000000 - 0×2FFFFFFF) or legacy UID (0×10000000 - 0×1FFFFFFF), you will get this message.

    Message: Unable to install.

    Hint: This message may come up when your installation file (.sis/.sisx) copies files to other application’s private folder, i.e. \private\uid. Note that Symbian 9 introduces data caging concept, it means you don’t have access to other application’s private folder.

    Message: Expired Certificate

    Hint: Do this…
    Set the phone date back by 7-8months..

    Message: Update error

    Hint: Uninstall any previous version of the application, then switch on/off the phone and install again


    Many thanks to BiNPDA team for these useful tips!

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    Default Re: [Nokia s60v3 or above] Interpreting errors caused by the certificate on Symbian

    Thx man, ill sticky this for future members

    Ill add some other tips that could help with the certificate errors:
    Do this mods at your own risk, you may damage your phone and bla bla bla


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    16 days war is over...And now I can Install any signed application without "CERTIFICATE EXPIRED" error...

    This method Is exclusively for Nokia 5800xm....

    first of all I need to say some thing..... "This is a F.W bug......And I hope nokia will fix this bug in a month"

    Exclusive Method:
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    people you need signed applications(nokia 5800 compatible Appz)

    1) Make your phone memory backup data using nokia pc suit 7.1(very important)
    2) After that remove your Micro sd card form mobile..
    3) Remove your SIM card also(very important)
    4) press *#7370# and unlock code to format your phone memory(yap.. this is safe default is 12345)
    5) You will lose all your important date with this action...so make a backup of your phone memory
    6) Now nokia 5800 xm will reboot.....wait for a minute....
    7) Then select your country region as "Hong Kong"
    Cool Set the current time......(set your phone to offline mode)_
    9) Now you can put that Micro sd card ......
    10) And don;t insert that SIm card right now...just wait....and try to install any supported singed application (E.G-nokia handwriting calculator)
    11) And Volla...u may install any singed application ......
    12) After that just install your Sim Card.....

    Hope this will make nokia 5800xm owners happy........

    Thx max_online32
    testing

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    Default Re: [Sticky] Certificate Error, Certificate Expired Etc - Read this

    *This post if reserved for future tips*
    testing

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    Default Re: [Sticky] Certificate Error, Certificate Expired Etc - Read this

    i found this the easisst way tos ign appls
    its a online tool
    https://www.symbiansigned.com/app/pa...ignedOnline.do

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    Default Re: [Sticky] Certificate Error, Certificate Expired Etc - Read this

    Quote Originally Posted by SS2006
    i found this the easisst way tos ign appls
    its a online tool
    https://www.symbiansigned.com/app/pa...ignedOnline.do
    that site is good but doesnt always work
    testing

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    Default How To Fix The Nokia 5800 Expired Certificate Error

    For past few days, I’d been busy finding workable solution to the annoyed
    “expired certificate” problem that happen when I attempt to install
    SIS/SISX program files in Nokia 5800.


    After trying with so many suggestions from Google search result to no
    success, I almost give up repeating the *#7370# formatting process
    and thought of calling up Nokia Care Centre to tell them this Nokia 5800
    is waaaay to buggy.


    But now, I’m pleased to tell you that I’ve fixed this “silly bug” at last try,
    with the help of a China blogger who reply me in just one simple line - remove
    the bundled microSD card and format the phone with *#7370# secret key!


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    How to solve the Nokia 5800 “Expired Certificate” error that
    fails most SIS program files installation...


    To be frank, I just don’t believe that one-line reply could be a real
    solution for me. But, I’ve ran out of ideas and found nothing newer
    than his suggestion.

    So, I simply take it as last resource to try. Eventually, this simple trick
    does works magically, and I can’t wait to tell him how excited and grateful I am!



    For reference, here is the solution in detail;



    Backup all messages, notes, calendar entries, and contacts.


    I used Nokia PC Suite to backup all these four components instead of
    using Nokia 5800 inbuilt backup function, which doesn’t has an option to
    backup Notes (but I’m not sure the ALL settings will back up the Notes).

    If you do use the Backup option, to tell the truth once the phone has been
    reseted, the backup WILL BE GONE even if you back it up on your memory
    card, as I have done.




    Remove the microSD memory card.

    When the phone is powered on, don’t simply remove the memory card.
    Otherwise, the memory card content will likely corrupt.

    To remove the microSD card when the Nokia 5800 is switched on,
    press the power key (the button next to the power charging port),
    scroll down to locate and select Remove Memory Card, opt “Yes” as
    the “Removing memory card will close all open applications. Remove anyway?”
    message is displayed.

    Shortly after, the “Remove Memory Card and press OK” message appears,
    and then the microSD is ready to be unplugged or removed from the
    dedicated slot.

    Notes, both SIM card and microSD card slot are next to each other on
    the same side (another defect, personally), don’t be careless and end
    up corrupting the SIM card
    (if you happen remove SIM card instead of microSD card).




    Format the Nokia 5800

    Access to touch keypad and enter *#7370# secret code
    (not so secret, anyway) to restore phone settings to factory
    default (even the user data and files are deleted).

    Next, you’re prompted to enter the Nokia phone lock code.
    The default is 12345, if this code hasn’t been changed by
    yourself or any one.

    Then, the phone restarts and you’ve to select the country region
    (just select your own country from the list, in this case),
    followed by request to enter current date and time.

    When the phone is ready, power it off again to re-insert the
    memory card (for highly safety measure, unless there are nothing
    important kept in the memory card, e.g. picture, music, documents, etc).

    As the phone is switched on again with memory card inserted,
    the “preparing memory card” message appears.

    Finally, I’m happy to be able install all my wanted Nokia 5800 programs
    and games without getting the “Expired Certificate” error message that says
    “Certificate may not yet be valid, is expired or phone’s
    date setting may be incorrect” :-)




    Good luck everyone and enjoy your new Nokia 5800 Express Music to it's
    full pententual!











    Cheers,
    Saber

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    Default Re: [Sticky] Certificate Error, Certificate Expired Etc - Read this

    nasua: worked perfectly with certificate from chinese website. had the same app, just little different version and did not work. thx a lot.

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    Default Re: [Sticky] Certificate Error, Certificate Expired Etc - Read this

    Nasua i did exactly like you said

    and still not working i just download the file from the chinese website now and merged it with the App. to me signed and i was so excited but BOOM !!
    nothing work and i have the same message that certification expired
    it made me so maaaaaaaaad
    i dont know what to do now

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    Default Re: [Sticky] Certificate Error, Certificate Expired Etc - Read this

    well did u sign and install both hellox and mapdrives

    after u run helloox and finish with the process .....just use the supplied cert in the package and sign ur apps with that cert and install

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    Default Re: [Sticky] Certificate Error, Certificate Expired Etc - Read this

    what is the helloox and he didnt say any thing about it ??


 
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