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    Deploying an application

    i have developed an message application..i want to deploy it on mobile..but before that i want to test my code..I am using Carbide C++ version 1.2 and SDK 2.1..
    Plz tell me the exact procedure to deploy the application on mobile safely.....

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    Re: Deploying an application

    Build the installation package (.sis file) in Carbide and install on your test phone via Nokia PC Suite, or just copy the file to the device and install directly from the device, or put it on a web site and download it from the phone using the phone's web browser.

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    Re: Deploying an application

    Quote Originally Posted by gourimane View Post
    i have developed an message application..i want to deploy it on mobile..but before that i want to test my code..I am using Carbide C++ version 1.2 and SDK 2.1..
    Plz tell me the exact procedure to deploy the application on mobile safely.....
    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...ning_sis_files

    Note :
    This article explains about creating and signing .sis files. It applies to Symbian OS 9 (or newer) and S60 3rd Edition (or newer). For earlier Symbian OS or S60, signing is not mandatory.

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