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    "security reason" & "access not granted" problems?

    I create a software that just list all sms in inbox, but if i remove simcard (i live in VietNam) so it works. Then i put sim card in phone, run software and i get error : "Unable execute files for security reasons".

    Second error is when i put some capabilities like ReadUserData, ReadDataDevice, run software and i get error: "Required application access not granted".

    Anybody helps me, please?. Thank first.

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    Re: "security reason" & "access not granted" problems?

    Since you are the one who wrote the code you should have the understanding of what happens when the SIM card is in or out the phone. Review your code and grant the needed capabilities in order to get rid of the "Unable execute files for security reasons".


    "Required application access not granted" is an an error message that indicates that your SIS file is signed with a certificate (self-signed?) that cannot in fact grant the capabilities required by your application. See Platform Security and Symbian Signed to learn about the signing options available for various capabilities.

    Of course, as said so many times, reading the Platform Security documentation is a must for any Symbian developer.
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    Re: "security reason" & "access not granted" problems?

    Quote Originally Posted by ltomuta View Post
    Since you are the one who wrote the code you should have the understanding of what happens when the SIM card is in or out the phone. Review your code and grant the needed capabilities in order to get rid of the "Unable execute files for security reasons".


    "Required application access not granted" is an an error message that indicates that your SIS file is signed with a certificate (self-signed?) that cannot in fact grant the capabilities required by your application. See Platform Security and Symbian Signed to learn about the signing options available for various capabilities.

    Of course, as said so many times, reading the Platform Security documentation is a must for any Symbian developer.
    Thank for your reply. I signed through a Chinese website http://www.opda.net.cn/index.php.

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    Re: "security reason" & "access not granted" problems?

    Quote Originally Posted by 113115 View Post
    Thank for your reply. I signed through a Chinese website http://www.opda.net.cn/index.php.
    Sign your application with Open Signed Online (symbiansigned), if you dont have developer certificate.
    https://www.symbiansigned.com/app/pa...ignedOnline.do

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    Re: "security reason" & "access not granted" problems?

    Quote Originally Posted by 113115 View Post
    Thank for your reply. I signed through a Chinese website http://www.opda.net.cn/index.php.
    hi,
    why are you signing from chinese site etc, if symbian is giving you facilities for open signing. i think you should go to www.symbiansigned.com
    and read the signing procedure and options carefully.

    Regards,'
    Sumit

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