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    1.9.5 install on 5800 says expired certificate. Workaround?

    I've been using 1.9.5 on a 5800 and while trying to install it into an additional 5800 I'm getting an expired certificate error.


    What should I do?


    Moving to 1.9.6 is not possible since I need to use screen mode full_max and from release notes I see that's disabled in 1.9.6.

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    Re: 1.9.5 install on 5800 says expired certificate. Workaround?

    Quote Originally Posted by carlosl View Post
    I've been using 1.9.5 on a 5800 and while trying to install it into an additional 5800 I'm getting an expired certificate error.


    What should I do?


    Moving to 1.9.6 is not possible since I need to use screen mode full_max and from release notes I see that's disabled in 1.9.6.
    hello carlosl

    i am not sure about this but do you have latest firmware on your 5800???

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    Re: 1.9.5 install on 5800 says expired certificate. Workaround?

    Hello Gaba:


    Both phones have:

    Software version:
    V 20.2.014

    Software version date:
    01-30-09




    But they differ in:


    Custom version: (I don't know what this is)

    Older phone 20.2.014.263.04
    02-28-2009

    New phone 20.2.014.327.06
    03-12-2009



    Probably the certificate was set to expire at around the date when 1.9.6 was to be released????

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    Re: 1.9.5 install on 5800 says expired certificate. Changing date doesn't work...

    BTW, I'm changing the date back to a few days after the release (of 1.9.5) and still not working...

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    Re: 1.9.5 install on 5800 says expired certificate. Workaround?

    I don't see any reason for this behavior. Anyways, you try the following (Ensure the phone is set with current date):

    • Try installing PyS60 1.9.6 and check if it installs
      [OR/AND]
    • Update the phone software and then try to install PyS60 1.9.5

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    Re: 1.9.5 install on 5800 says expired certificate. Workaround?

    Thanks to those who replied.

    I found elsewhere (including other Symbiam DiBo's here) that the problem is due to bugs in the 5800. Solutions range from FW upgrades to restoring factory settings. Apparently no solution is optimal, tough, since some things may be lost in the process (even if backup is made).

    Anyone interested can look here:

    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...d.php?t=164281

    http://symbiancorner.blogspot.com/20...-solution.html
    Last edited by carlosl; 2009-07-16 at 01:45. Reason: Added the links for reference.

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