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    Angry Sensor API capabilities and self-signed certificate

    I've download Sensor Ex example application. But I can't install it to my phone because self-signed certificate doesn't fit current capability model.

    Accelerometer and other sensors couldn't be debugged on emulator. Also I can't resign application every-time I make change to it. What should I do?

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    Re: Sensor API capabilities and self-signed certificate

    Quote Originally Posted by veon1 View Post
    I've download Sensor Ex example application. But I can't install it to my phone because self-signed certificate doesn't fit current capability model.

    Accelerometer and other sensors couldn't be debugged on emulator. Also I can't resign application every-time I make change to it. What should I do?
    you can use open-Sign online.

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    Re: Sensor API capabilities and self-signed certificate

    Each time I make a tiny change? Go through captcha, wait for reply e-mail. No thanks )

    The only way I can see is backdoor-server. That feed accelerometer info through IPC.

    ps. Nokia suck sooo much with app certification

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    Re: Sensor API capabilities and self-signed certificate

    Quote Originally Posted by veon1 View Post
    Each time I make a tiny change? Go through captcha, wait for reply e-mail. No thanks )

    The only way I can see is backdoor-server. That feed accelerometer info through IPC.
    that is because you donot have a Developer Certificate. Get a developer certificate then no need to use Open Sign. You want to develop for free then Open-Sign is the way to go.

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    Re: Sensor API capabilities and self-signed certificate

    I have but it's my company certificate. I'd like to play with sensors as hobby I cannot because of stupid security model.

    This is on of the reasons Symbian fall into decay

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    Re: Sensor API capabilities and self-signed certificate

    Quote Originally Posted by veon1 View Post
    I have but it's my company certificate. I'd like to play with sensors as hobby I cannot because of stupid security model.

    This is on of the reasons Symbian fall into decay
    Stop complaining, you are not the only one who is developing on symbian (or any other platform which requires certificate most of them do).

    There is a reason why " security model" was in place so that End users data and phone functionality is not affected by random programs

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    Re: Sensor API capabilities and self-signed certificate

    Quote Originally Posted by veon1 View Post
    I have but it's my company certificate. I'd like to play with sensors as hobby I cannot because of stupid security model.
    In a healthy corporate environment it may be possible to get your private device listed in the company devcert.

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