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  1. #1
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    Wink May I ask a question?

    May I ask a question?
    I have no company,
    can I publish my content to Ovi?

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    Re: May I ask a question?

    hi,
    Reading the FAQ, you will notice that,EVENTUALLY, you will be able to publish on Ovi.

    There seems to be a "queue" of individual developers "waiting".
    Basically Ovi, is looking for large companies, high turnover established.

    IMHO this will be more like end 2009, get you app ready, probably register and wait for email!. Meanwhile read the Questions others are asking.

    Think of a company name, logo, etc

    Good Luck,
    Jim

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    Smile Re: May I ask a question?

    Quote Originally Posted by jimgilmour1 View Post
    hi,
    Reading the FAQ, you will notice that,EVENTUALLY, you will be able to publish on Ovi.

    There seems to be a "queue" of individual developers "waiting".
    Basically Ovi, is looking for large companies, high turnover established.

    IMHO this will be more like end 2009, get you app ready, probably register and wait for email!. Meanwhile read the Questions others are asking.

    Think of a company name, logo, etc

    Good Luck,
    Jim
    Got it!
    Thank you very much!

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    Re: May I ask a question?

    Quote Originally Posted by jimgilmour1 View Post
    hi,
    Reading the FAQ, you will notice that,EVENTUALLY, you will be able to publish on Ovi.

    There seems to be a "queue" of individual developers "waiting".
    If an individual develops a native S60 application, it still needs to be Express / Certified Signed. And to be able to sign you application using these signing options, you need a publisher ID. Publisher IDs are only sold to companies. So there is no way an individual can sell native S60 apps on Ovi Store. Am I right here? I hope not.

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    Re: May I ask a question?

    Quote Originally Posted by walkl View Post
    If an individual develops a native S60 application, it still needs to be Express / Certified Signed. And to be able to sign you application using these signing options, you need a publisher ID. Publisher IDs are only sold to companies. So there is no way an individual can sell native S60 apps on Ovi Store. Am I right here? I hope not.
    There are some individuals who have managed to get SIS files signed, such as theme-maker Babi (of babinokia.com) and Antony Pranata (who did the Screenshot app). I'm not 100% sure how they did it, but it does appear to be possible.

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    Re: May I ask a question?

    is it possible to transfer electric charges through bluetooth in mobile phones and get charge the mobile batteries???

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    Re: May I ask a question?

    is it possible to design a bluetooth charger to charge mobile batteries through bluetooth??

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    Re: May I ask a question?

    It has not much to do with Bluetooth, and also a mere battery does not get charged from electromagnetic radiation. Check http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inductive_charging for some overview.
    Note that this site, Nokia Developer is mainly about software development (and this thread is about a completely different topic, from 2+ years ago...)

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    Re: May I ask a question?

    Quote Originally Posted by walkl View Post
    If an individual develops a native S60 application, it still needs to be Express / Certified Signed. And to be able to sign you application using these signing options, you need a publisher ID. Publisher IDs are only sold to companies. So there is no way an individual can sell native S60 apps on Ovi Store. Am I right here? I hope not.
    You can now freely sign your Symbian and Java apps https://www.developer.nokia.com/Dist..._signing.xhtml
    (Yes, this an old thread but thought share the update on free signing)

    Regards
    Gopal

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