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    Default Getting a developer certificate

    After having a 6290 a couple of years ago I had to learn how to sign apps etc. Now a few years on I forgot.

    Anyway after all this time i've read the threads on here about signing and have managed to sign a few apps, however these are only apps that can be self signed. I now need to sign an app using a developers certificate... so where do i get one? Is there anywhere at the minute?

    I've tried the Chinese site and some of the other sites on here but it seems that developer certificates have stop being issued in this way? (Well that's what I read from the Chinese site anyway).

    So... is there any other way of getting a dev cert? I spent about 4 hours a few nights ago learning to sign, reading the threads on here etc and now it seems I still cant sign some apps because I don't have a dev cert!!

    Is there any other way of getting one? I had thought about hacking my phone using HelloX but I don't want to void my warranty.

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    did u try at opda

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    Default Re: Getting a developer certificate

    Thanks for the reply.

    I tried opda but it wouldn't let me register for some reason. It seems if there's no other way I'll try it again.

    I thought someone would come on this thread going mad thinking I was being lazy and haven't tried lol but I honestly have sat for hours just to learn to sign apps.

    Imagine how long it would take me to teach myself my next goal - make a theme

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    Default Re: Getting a developer certificate

    yup try again at opda

    the other sites seem to be down
    so opda is an option open to u now

    best of luck !!!

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    Default Re: Getting a developer certificate

    It worked this time!

    Many thanks - just one more question. Once I go back in 24 hrs and get the developer certificate, does this mean that I can basically sign any app? I mean I don't need to go to the opda site to get a certificate for every app I want to sign?

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    Default Re: Getting a developer certificate

    yup just get ur certificate and key .

    then use program like signsis or genialsis and sign apps on your desktop

    u can sign and install all apps ( except cracked ones )

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    Default Re: Getting a developer certificate

    Happy days!

    I'm guessing then to install cracked ones i need to hack my phone. Just a pity i don't want to void my warranty


 

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