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    How to sign Python shell?

    Hello,
    i'm developing an application that make use of GPS function and hence location module. I've read that i need to have a signed python shell. I took the file "http://www.cs.helsinki.fi/u/tuulos/PythonScriptShell_1_4_2_TestRange_UID.sis" and i have used the website "https://www.symbiansigned.com/" to sign it using my IMEI.
    Now the problem is that when i install the signed file, i get the error: "Update error".
    Any idea?

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    Re: How to sign Python shell?

    That error is most likely caused by an UID conflict. Possible solutions might be:
    -make sure there is no application in the phone using the same UID
    -make sure you've uninstalled any previous installation of the shell from your phone and try again (maybe even restart the phone before trying again)

    Sorry if this isn't much help, but every time I had the "Update error", changing the UID solved it. Hope it works for you too
    Last edited by bogdan.galiceanu; 2008-04-11 at 18:12.

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    Re: How to sign Python shell?

    Yes,
    thank you. You solved the problem. After unistalling the old version of the file, now it's working perfectly!
    Have a nice weekend

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    Re: How to sign Python shell?

    Glad I was able to help. A nice weekend to you too

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