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  1. #76
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    Re: 3rd Edition application development

    A developer can easily make the the European SDK to Chinese by taking the following steps (described in my "dummies" wiki article shown at the url of my signature):

    Start ==> Programs ==> S60 developer tools ==> 3rd Edition SDK ==> 1.1 MR ==> Languages ==> Change to Chinese

    However, it seems not so straightforward to make the Chinese input method working by selecting the "#" key on the emulator as normally is done on the phone.

    A workaround to solve to problem is to select the ABC key (on which has a pen icon). When an editor control is shown (for example, when composing an SMS message), selecting the ABC key will show up a menu to select the input method. Once the input method is selected, a developer may use mouse to select the buttons (1-9) to type in Chinese or other selected language characters.
    Last edited by liuxg; 2008-05-12 at 07:07.
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    Talking Re: 3rd Edition application development

    Quote Originally Posted by liuxg View Post
    Attached please find a sample code to find the UID of the installed applications. The sample code once was published at Forum Nokia "Code and Exmaples" section. However, unfortunately, it was removed. I have basically cleaned the code a little bit to make it working on our Nokia S60 3rd edition only! I think it is still a good untility to some developers!
    Thanks You are very great!
    I will find this very important materials. I can analyze the example .

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    Re: 3rd Edition application development

    Quote Originally Posted by liuxg View Post
    Attached please find my document on developing Python applications for S60 on S60 3rd edition. It has detailed steps to get your Python application developed and deploy onto a real device. Especially, the new Symbian signed policy greatly affects the development of Python application on S60 3rd edition platform.

    Some more detailed python development resources from my colleague:

    http://blogs.forum.nokia.com/blog/da...60presentation.
    could you share some demo?

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    Re: 3rd Edition application development

    Quote Originally Posted by linstime View Post
    could you share some demo?
    Hi,
    Plenty of python examples can be found at Forum Nokia wiki. Below is the link:
    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph..._Code_Examples

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    Re: 3rd Edition application development

    Mobile leaders to unify the Symbian software platform and set the future of mobile

    www.symbianfoundation.org
    http://www.nokia.com/A4136001?newsid=1230416

    The news is also published at a Chinese website sina.com:

    http://tech.sina.com.cn/t/2008-06-24/17382280469.shtml
    Last edited by liuxg; 2008-06-25 at 02:50.
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    Re: 3rd Edition application development

    A very nice PanicLookup plug-in tool for Carbide.c++ can be found at the following website:

    http://www.symbianresources.com/cgi-...okup&no_cj_c=1

    http://www.symbianresources.com/

    Installation
    Extract the plug-in (fhhgb.carbide.paniclookup.1.0.0.jar) to your Carbide.c++'s plug-in directory (e.g. C:\Program Files\Nokia\Carbide.c++\plugins). Launch Carbide.c++ and go to "Window -> Show View -> Other ...". Choose "Panic Lookup" from the list and click OK. In order to take advantage of the automatic detection feature, you have to turn on epocwind.out logging (Emulator: "Tools -> Preferences -> C++ Debug -> Enable EPOCWIND.OUT logging").
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    Re: 3rd Edition application development

    通过附件SIS应用可以获取手机所支持的音视频Codec的详细信息:

    If you cannot successfully installed the application, please adjust your phone's time to some time earlier to make the installation successfully. Meanwhile, you may also use "signsis -u" command to extract the unsigned .sis file, and then use the following method to sign the unsigned .sis file:

    http://www.simplysymbian.com/2007/12...like-rotateme/
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    Re: 3rd Edition application development

    Symbian网站官方推荐的Hooklogger,版本新且说明详细:
    http://developer.symbian.com/main/to...gger/index.jsp
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    Please help i am lost !

    HI i am new to this and cant find my way around

    So any pointers would be great !

    I have a E90 vodafone branded they tell me its all unlocked but no any sim will work on it just reads invalid sim

    Can anyone please help me

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    Re: Please help i am lost !

    Quote Originally Posted by lucky26 View Post
    HI i am new to this and cant find my way around

    So any pointers would be great !

    I have a E90 vodafone branded they tell me its all unlocked but no any sim will work on it just reads invalid sim

    Can anyone please help me
    Well you are in the wrong forum. This forum is adressing issues faced by the developers and not end users. You should be posting your query in http://discussions.europe.nokia.com/

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    Re: 3rd Edition application development

    Dear developers,

    Please find the latest S60 3rd Edition SDK FP2 1.1 release at the following link:

    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n...16-3.0-mr.html

    It has some fixes over the last release!
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    Re: 3rd Edition application development

    SISware is the best tool for edit Symbian sis files which supports Symbian v9.x

    platform Nokia Series60 3rd edition and UIQ 3.x and early. The features included

    edit sis file, compile sis file, create sis file and extract files and information in sis file.

    You can download SISware for free and no limitation of use. Minimum system

    requirements are Windows Me OS (WindowsXP is recommended) , 128 MB of RAM

    and Pentium CPU.

    You can download it at:

    http://www.cequenzetech.com/download...ad/1-sisware47

    and the company information can be found at:

    http://www.cequenzetech.com/
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    Re: 3rd Edition application development

    Digia integrates TD-SCDMA to Nokia S60 platform:

    http://www.yourcommunicationnews.com...hp?newsID=8769

    http://www.cnii.com.cn/20080623/ca488527.htm

    TD-SCDMA is one of 4 3G standards, and it is initiated by China. Currently, the TD-SCDMA is being built by China Mobile operation, which is one of the biggest mobile operators in the world.
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    Re: 3rd Edition application development

    Today, I just found a good Code Camp link from my colleagues. The The topics cover Sensors, RGA (Real Time Graphics and Audio) and Open C/C++. The link is:

    http://mktools.forum.nokia.com/invit...fncodecamprome

    It has some webinars at the link. By using RGA APIs, a developer may develop an application without using Symbian C++.
    Last edited by liuxg; 2008-09-22 at 02:40.
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    Re: 3rd Edition application development

    Dear developers,

    Please find the latest S60 platform 5th Edition SDK at the link:

    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n..._9_en.zip.html

    The real reason for not having the edition 4 is that all of Chinese people do not like the number 4 since it sounds like "death". This is the very reason why Nokia drops the number 4. Similarly, the new Nokia office building in Bejing does not have the 4th floor as well . More reading can be found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tetraphobia

    Nokia's first touch screen phone "Nokia 5800 XpressMusic" is based on the 5th Edition release! More information about the device can be found at:

    http://www.nokia.com/A4136001?newsid=1256590

    Many examples on Forum Nokia website has been updated for the S60 5th edition. Please find the updated sample codes at the following website:

    http://www.forum.nokia.com/main/reso..._examples.html

    S60 5th edition library:
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n...s_Library.html

    S60 5th edition: what's new for the developers:
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n..._0_en.pdf.html

    Introduction to S60 touch:
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n...S60_Touch.html

    S60 platform developers introduction:
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n...roduction.html

    Porting guides from 3rd edition to 5th edition:
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/document/...1D7A9F8BC.html

    S60 5th Edition touch UI and sensor webinar slides:
    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...play.php?f=122

    S60 5th Edition introduction:
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/main/reso...ditionArticle1

    S60 5th Edition "MobilePaint" example code:
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n...t_Example.html

    Get in touch with S60 5th Edition's new features.
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/Resources...Platforms/S60/

    S60 platform introduction:
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/Resources...Platforms/S60/

    Attached please find the cross reference for the APIs and libraries. Also, a configuration files for Carbide.vs 2.02 and Carbide.3.01 are available. Please copy the files to the following directories to enable the SDK in Visual studio:

    \Program Files\Common Files\Symbian\SDK Descriptors\Nokia

    Best regards,
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