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    Post problem related to launching of S60

    hi

    I m using carbide C++ Version 1.3 and S60..

    i am facing problems related to launching s60 emulator........

    as some times it shows "phone failed to start connect retailer"

    but if i try again it works why is this problem

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    Re: problem related to launching of S60

    That is an exciting message, I have seen it only 2 times in my lifetime.

    More seriously: which S60 SDK you mean? There are 18 of them (not counting the Java ones - since you say you use Carbide.c++).

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    Re: problem related to launching of S60

    I m using following version of SDK:

    S60-SDK-200634-3.1-Cpp-f.1090b

    S60 3rd Edition SDK for Symbian OS, Supporting Feature Pack 1, for C++.
    Last edited by amitkamboj; 2009-01-09 at 08:05.

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    Re: problem related to launching of S60

    you have signed the application with a certificate that is not still not valid or your IMEI is not in that certificated [if dev cert.]

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    Re: problem related to launching of S60

    Which certificate u r talking plz make me clear sir..........

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    Re: problem related to launching of S60

    what i meant is certificate with which you have signed your SIS file.
    note: also check that [your device time] > [your PC/laptop time, where you are building your application]

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    Re: problem related to launching of S60

    Quote Originally Posted by amitkamboj View Post
    Which certificate u r talking plz make me clear sir..........
    Well since you are asking 'which certificate' I guess it would be a good idea to start from basics. There are some articles in the Wiki and on this website on getting started which you might want to check, one of them could be this one

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    Re: problem related to launching of S60

    I have valid licenses but in status option its showing "NotCheckedOut"...

    what does it mean....

    is it related to my problem .........

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    Re: problem related to launching of S60

    Quote Originally Posted by amitkamboj View Post
    I have valid licenses but in status option its showing "NotCheckedOut"...

    what does it mean....

    is it related to my problem .........
    I think you are referring to the carbide license which is not the certificate in question. The certificate that kumar mentioned is the certificate with which you sign your application.

    I would really suggest you to go through the documents that I just mentioned above.

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    Re: problem related to launching of S60

    Quote Originally Posted by amitkamboj View Post
    I have valid licenses but in status option its showing "NotCheckedOut"...

    what does it mean....

    is it related to my problem .........
    Is this application is a HelloWorld and did you checked [QUOTE] note: also check that [your device time] > [your PC/laptop time, where you are building your application][QUOTE]

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    Re: problem related to launching of S60

    plz can u tell me where i can find certificate means where it is stored ........

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    Re: problem related to launching of S60

    Quote Originally Posted by amitkamboj View Post
    plz can u tell me where i can find certificate means where it is stored ........
    I firmly believe you are not taking trouble to read around or check what is suggested. Maybe you can start here

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    Re: problem related to launching of S60

    Skumar_rao and Symbian_Neil: note the first post, "i am facing problems related to launching s60 emulator". This message really exists, I have also seen it, though it has disappeared for me on next restart. However it is absolutely sure that it has nothing to do with signing and certificates.

    Amitkamboj: try checking the logfile of the emulator: http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.php/Epocwind.out, it might contain something about the problem.

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    Re: problem related to launching of S60

    thnks sir it really helped......

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    Re: problem related to launching of S60

    Thanks wizard.
    Sorry, I overlooked this part.

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