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    Thumbs up [announce] Navizon free peer to peer wireless positionning !

    Navizon is a software-only wireless positioning system that triangulates signals broadcasted from Wi-Fi access points and Cellular towers to help the users find their way in most major metropolitan areas worldwide.

    remarks : There's a sis file and in this file you can found a default.py file containing more than 2000 lines of code !
    All variables and functions are not obsfuscated only class names

    http://www.navizon.com/licenseCheck_Symbian.htm

    If you already install pys60 only download Navizon client ...
    pys60 1.4.5 and 2.0.0, pygame, PyS60 CE on E90 and 5800 !

    Find my pys60 extension modules on cyke64.googlepages.com

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    Re: [announce] Navizon free peer to peer wireless positionning !

    That's a hefty default.py!

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    Re: [announce] Navizon free peer to peer wireless positionning !

    hi! do you still have a copy of the default.py? I cant seem to extract the file from the current version available on sis. thanks.

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    Re: [announce] Navizon free peer to peer wireless positionning !

    Did you try unpacking it?

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    Re: [announce] Navizon free peer to peer wireless positionning !

    Assuming you have some Symbian SDK(s) installed, epoc32\tools\dumpsis.exe may help.

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    Re: [announce] Navizon free peer to peer wireless positionning !

    Yes I have installed the S60_2nd_FP2 Symbian SDK but the dumpsis.exe file does not exist on the epoc32\tools\ folder. thanks for the help. really appreciate it.

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    Re: [announce] Navizon free peer to peer wireless positionning !

    So far I did not really assume you were using S60 2nd edition, but now I saw the 6600 in your other thread.
    By the way: the Nokia 6600 is an S60 2nd edition noFP device, and it is relatively safe to use S60 2nd edition FP1 SDK for it (that SDK is a bit more stable, but the OS is still Symbian OS 7.0, just maybe 7.0s). However S60 2nd FP2 is based on Symbian OS 8.1, and using its SDK may really cause incompatibilities, mysterious bugs on the Nokia 6600.
    Otherwise yes, dumpsis.exe is for S60 3rd edition (or Symbian OS 9.x) and later.
    For the old .sis format, you may try the Perl thing from http://developer.nokia.com/community...ck_a_.sis_file.

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    Re: [announce] Navizon free peer to peer wireless positionning !

    Got that wizard_hu. will use S60 2nd edition FP1 SDK from now on. really great help. I appreciate it a lot.

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    Re: [announce] Navizon free peer to peer wireless positionning !

    hello again! i used the unsis method. and upon unpacking I don't have a deafult.py file instead, I have a navizon.app an .aif file and two .rsc file. I'm I doing it wrong? Thank you!

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