I got my new 5800 XM last saturday. I've purchased one without branding. I've downloaded the corresponding Nokia PC Suite, connected my mobile with my PC and updated the software version of the mobile to the newest version, as the PC Suite recommended.
Things are fine thus far. I was able to install an app (Google maps) and I can use all functions of the mobile.
...except of course the one which is the most important to me: An app to synchronise my Google Calendar and the calendar of my mobile.
I'm trying to achieve this synchronisation with GCalSync, an OS software, which should be compatible with my mobile according to the website of this software:
When I connect to the website http://wap.gcalsync.com with my mobile, I get three download options:Supported phones:
any Series 60 Second Edition and later.
* gcalsync signed (recommended)
* gcalsync unsigned (alternativ, if the signed version doesn't work)
* gcalsync für blackberry (not applicable)
Only the first two options are applicable for my mobile. But regardless which option I choose, I get this error:
I've tried to find a solution for this problem and found a few things:Certificate error. Please contact the application provider.
"Installation settings" -> "software installation" set to "all"
"Installation settings" -> "online certficate check" set to "off"
Both settings are set, but don't change anything regarding this problem.
Change the time setting of the mobile to a date a few years in the past.
If I change the time setting to a date several years in the paste (2002 e.g.), an error message pops up during after the download process which states that the certificate is either not valid or the time setting of the mobile is wrong. If I change the date only by a small amount, the error message is the same like in the beginning.
The next step I've read about would be to sign the apllication package by myself, but that seems to be a rather complex procedure.
Is there another, more simple way to get around this problem?
Thanks for your help.