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    Question Is signing a 3rd edition app still supported?

    Hello everyone,

    I have an app that was previously created using the S60 3rd Edition FP1 SDK (C++). It was successfully signed and released.
    Now I would like to develop an updated version of this app, which fixes some bugs and provides new features/support.
    I see that since that time, there have been several newer SDKs for newer phones (5th edition, ^3, etc.)

    My question is this: if I develop this still using the 3rd Edition SDK, will Symbian still sign it? Or must I first port to a newer SDK?

    Thank you in advance!

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    Re: Is signing a 3rd edition app still supported?

    Basically you can use any SDK you want to, the signing wont have any differences between 3rd ed and Symbian^3.

    The actual selection solely depends on the devices you want to support, and you should select the oldest SDK according to the devices you are supporting.

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    Re: Is signing a 3rd edition app still supported?

    Excellent! Thank you very much for the very helpful and speedy reply.

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