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  1. #1
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    Solution to 'Certificate may not yet be valid' error

    [This isn't really Qt-specific, and it's been referred to elsewhere, but I thought it might be useful here for those, like me, starting out on Qt S60 development.]

    I got a 'Certificate may not yet be valid' erro when attempting to install a Qt S60 application (from a .sisx file) on a Nokia N96.

    Turned out that the phone date/time was wrong, and fixing that solved the problem.

    Sam Duton

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    Re: Solution to 'Certificate may not yet be valid' error

    Yes, a classic. It's a pain, but on the flipside, you can fix expired certificate problem by simply changing the date in the phone (just while you install) too. Bit of a waste of time having the dates on there really.

    Mark

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