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    Is there anybody can help me? about how to package the QTMobility into sis file

    I have a QT app,and published it successfully to OVI.

    my boss test the app with C6-01 and E7,but fail to install the app.

    I find that because the QTMobility must be updated.

    But boss require that we can not ask users for updating the QTMobility.
    So, I readlly don't know how to do.

    Package the QTMobility into the sis file? but how?
    Or is there other way to resolve this?

    I use NokiaSDK 1.0.2

    Thanks very much to help me.

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    Re: Is there anybody can help me? about how to package the QTMobility into sis file

    Quote Originally Posted by wangruiwz View Post
    I have a QT app,and published it successfully to OVI.

    my boss test the app with C6-01 and E7,but fail to install the app.

    I find that because the QTMobility must be updated.

    But boss require that we can not ask users for updating the QTMobility.
    So, I readlly don't know how to do.

    Package the QTMobility into the sis file? but how?
    Or is there other way to resolve this?

    I use NokiaSDK 1.0.2

    Thanks very much to help me.
    Check the smart installer http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...er_for_Symbian

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