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    Default Re: open private, sys, system folder without patch..100% worked

    gives me the Requested Application Access not Granted error upon installation. i did sign it..

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    Default Re: open private, sys, system folder without patch..100% worked

    Quote Originally Posted by danele
    gives me the Requested Application Access not Granted error upon installation. i did sign it..
    Gonna tell you a little trick , sometimes the unsigned apps , are signed but for another imei with diff key and certificate , and sometimes people makes mistakes like siging the app with their own certificate and key then upload .

    What to do in this case ?

    Step one if you dont have the signer from opda , download it .

    Second open the signer and there you find an option to unsign the app-

    third unsign the app you wanna install , then sign it again , and it should work , ive tested many apps like this till i found out whats the problem .

    Hope this helps .

    Oh one more thing , make sure that your device date is right , like we have today 16.03.2010 sometimes if the date is wrong the app wont install .

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    Default Re: open private, sys, system folder without patch..100% worked

    Quote Originally Posted by danele
    gives me the Requested Application Access not Granted error upon installation. i did sign it..
    it needs a 20 capabilities cert to sign n install
    u can install it on a hacked phone..

    and to the thread opener

    why did u made a new thread when there are already two thread started by me at the forum itself for the same application?

    u shud have posted your discoveries on those thread only..

    dont mislead ppl by the tittle mate

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    Default Re: open private, sys, system folder without patch..100% worked

    Quote Originally Posted by dist4rbed
    Gonna tell you a little trick , sometimes the unsigned apps , are signed but for another imei with diff key and certificate , and sometimes people makes mistakes like siging the app with their own certificate and key then upload.
    thanks man, ill give it a try. +1 for the idea.

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    Default Re: open private, sys, system folder without patch..100% worked

    where to get the Opda signer? i checked the site, cant find it..

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    Default Re: open private, sys, system folder without patch..100% worked

    Quote Originally Posted by danele
    where to get the Opda signer? i checked the site, cant find it..
    here you have to login and then you can upload your files to be signed after you have requested certificates
    http://cer.opda.cn/en/index.php?modu...x&action=login

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    Default Re: open private, sys, system folder without patch..100% worked

    Quote Originally Posted by sword
    here you have to login and then you can upload your files to be signed after you have requested certificates
    http://cer.opda.cn/en/index.php?modu...x&action=login
    thanks bro, but i need to see if this sis file can be Unsigned... i have SignSIS and my cert and key on my laptop, so no need for the Opda site..

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    Default Re: open private, sys, system folder without patch..100% worked

    Quote Originally Posted by danele
    where to get the Opda signer? i checked the site, cant find it..
    when you open the site click on reqeust certicficate and scroll down there you find a application signer and its in the same time unsigner too .

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    Default Re: open private, sys, system folder without patch..100% worked

    Quote Originally Posted by danele
    thanks bro, but i need to see if this sis file can be Unsigned... i have SignSIS and my cert and key on my laptop, so no need for the Opda site..
    yes, theres almost everywhere a option to unsign apps by signing programs

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    Default Re: open private, sys, system folder without patch..100% worked

    i missed the thread...sorry +1 for your post


 
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