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    FAILURE: Submitted .sis file uses a UID that is not allocated to the account holder m

    what shoul i do ??
    i always recieving this err0r

    I requested a UID from the symbian signed
    and chaged the uid2 and uid3 values to what I recieved in mmp file

    and still recieving this annoing error :

    FAILURE: Submitted .sis file uses a UID that is not allocated to the account holder matching this email address (0x2000b175)

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    Re: FAILURE: Submitted .sis file uses a UID that is not allocated to the account hold

    Quote Originally Posted by levinro View Post
    what shoul i do ??
    i always recieving this err0r

    I requested a UID from the symbian signed
    and chaged the uid2 and uid3 values to what I recieved in mmp file
    This is not what the error message appears to be saying but it may be still related. What you change in a project is the UID3 (in the MMP file) and the package UID. Do NOT touch the UID2.

    Quote Originally Posted by levinro View Post
    and still recieving this annoing error :

    FAILURE: Submitted .sis file uses a UID that is not allocated to the account holder matching this email address (0x2000b175)
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    Re: FAILURE: Submitted .sis file uses a UID that is not allocated to the account hold

    I changed in PKG and didn't touch the UID 2 field

    and I get the same error.

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    Re: FAILURE: Submitted .sis file uses a UID that is not allocated to the account hold

    Quote Originally Posted by levinro View Post
    I changed in PKG and didn't touch the UID 2 field

    and I get the same error.
    You might also check all executables & dlls that they are also having correct UIDs.

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    Re: FAILURE: Submitted .sis file uses a UID that is not allocated to the account hold

    well -> very unfriendly interface ... changed everywhere still the same

    can someone sign for me please ???

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    Re: FAILURE: Submitted .sis file uses a UID that is not allocated to the account hold

    Quote Originally Posted by levinro View Post
    well -> very unfriendly interface ... changed everywhere still the same

    can someone sign for me please ???
    Send me the sis file (username @ovi.com) and I will analyze it. If the problem is indeed in the project you will have to fix it before submission.
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