How can I signing the .sis?
Since I cannot register via the www.symbiansigned.com
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Just to add with Jo:Originally Posted by ipxx
If your application doesn't require developer certificate then you can go for Self-Signing. How to sign a .Sis file with Self-Sign Certificate
Since I try these steps already b4 in my n73
it doesnt work. . .. . >_<
Originally Posted by kiran10182
Would you please tell us which Capabilities your application requires?Originally Posted by ipxx
And what type of Installation error do you get?
And also what are the steps you have done so far?
Where you got stucked?
Hi there, I didn't want to open a new thread, because my question is quite
How can I sing a *.sis file so that it could be used on more than one
device. (without payment)
using the procedure "Symbian Developer Certificate Request" allows to
add only one device-id. (IMEI)
- can I actually skip this adding of IMEI id(s) ?
I would like to allow everybody how trust me to download my sis file and use it for free . Is this possible?
thanks in advance.
CAPABILITY LocalServices Location NetworkServices ReadDeviceData ReadUserData UserEnvironment WriteDeviceData WriteUserData
The answer is that you can't.
If you need a dev. cert for more than one phone, you need an ACS publisher ID. Of course, there's nothing to stop you requesting lots of dev. certs for different phones.
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As cdavies-nokia said, you can submit several requests for all of your phones. I have been doing it myself because I need to test on several different phones. It's a bit of overhead; but nothing we can do if we don't want to pay.
About your users, you can ask them to download dev. cert from Symbian Signed themselves. This is, of course, not a nice solution.
You can go to Symbian Signed for Freeware; but be prepare to wait months. My latest submission to Symbian Signed for Freeware has been stuck for 3.5 months now! I have even re-submitted it around 2 weeks ago; but still my application is not signed yet. I don't even know if this service is still alive. It looks like nobody is taking care of it any more.
My suggestion, if you can get rid of ReadDeviceData and WriteDeviceData, go with self-signing.
hey guys! thanks for the prompt reply !
well, at this stage I might have to request diff. cert's
P.S. does someone know how much an "ACS publisher ID" cost ?
It costs a couple of hundred dollars. Check this:
I am trying to self-sign my application, and even if the makekey + signsis runs without problems (I think) and mysis_signed.sis is generated, when I try to install it on my phone (Nokia E50) I get the same message - "Certificate Error. Contact the application Supplier."
I red that "If an application requires basic capabilities only, it can be signed with self-signed certificate. Basic capabilities include LocalServices, Location, NetworkServices, ReadUserData, UserEnvironment and WriteUserData."
But now you suggest that self-signing works if the capabilities does not include ReadDeviceData and WriteDeviceData.
Is this correct? Can this to be the cause why I can not self-sign my application?
For signing I am simply using a batch file that contains:
makekeys -cert -password 0123456 -len 1024 -dname "CN=MyName OU=Development OR=MyCompany CO=DE EMemail@example.com" mysis_key.key mysis_cert.cer
signsis mysis.sis mysis_signed.sis mysis_cert.cer mysis_key.key 0123456
Should I do something more? Should I use DevCertRequest Tool also for self-signing? If yes, how?
Sorry for so many questions, but I am quite new in this world of Symbian and I am kind'a lost
Have a nice day,
On your Nokia E50 device narrow down to:
About the error that you got. Check this link.
About the capabilities:- Anotony is talking about the needs of lucca99 only. You will get a detailed list of capabilities that need symbian signed from www.symbiansigned.com