Hi, after a lot of reading blogs, threads, webpages... I know that I have the solution nearer but I need a little help from you to get my goal! I hope someone from the Nokia stuff read this thread and he/she can help me!
I'm developing a MIDlet for NOKIA 9500 Series 80. I need to manage bluetooth communications (as a server and as a client), http communications (maybe https communications in the future), Push Registry service...
As you can notice, it would be too uncomfortable that the client was prompted for allow operations all the time! I decided to sign the MIDlet making a self-cert, importing it to NOKIA 9500, giving trusted domain to that certificate... but I always obtain the same alert message during the MIDlet instalation (The MIDlet is signed with the same self-certificate following the steps from the Dave Haye's page): Java Server Error!
Besides, when I export my self-certificate it appears in the OTHERS Certificates section, with official certificates: Nokia, Thawte, Baltimore...
I don't know what to do! I almost read all the information about signing MIDlets: Dave Haye's Blog, Nokia Forum' blogs... but I don't find out the solution!
Some questions for you:
1) Did the installation fail due to my firmware version 4.51(0)? I read something like that with signing a Nokia 6630.
2) Can I update the firmware by myself?
3) Do you know how to create USER Certificates and how to install them in the USER certificates section in NOKIA 9500?
I read in the user's guide that you need that type of certificates to test your MIDlets, but I think that they don't allow your MIDlet total control (max./trusted domain) of your phone!
4) I really need to use the maximun/trusted domain to get my MIDlet runs like a commercial/real application, and I read in the Nokia 9500 user's guide that I can't change the trusted setting for USER Certificates, but the guide doesn't explain anymore!
Am I force to use an OTHER Certificate and to pay for it?
Lots of thanks in advance. I expect you to help me with this BIG problem!