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Topic # 18006 21-Dec-2007 20:54
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Hey just wondering if anyone has these applications running successfully on their n95 or n95 8gig? GPS is useless to me at the moment as the nz map has just rivers and green on it. Also rotateme looks like an awesome function to prevent slider wear and tear and for general ease of use. Anyone got it yet? Pros cons? Info as always greatly appreciated. :-)

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  Reply # 101300 21-Dec-2007 21:09
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I have Rotateme 2 Beta 5 running, works perfectly and seems stable. You can download it here http://www.bysamir.fr/rotateme/

I produced some maps for MGMaps but no longer have them, think you can download them from the forum here not sure though. I finally gave up with the current offerings and got Garmin Mobile XT. Runs sweetly on the N95 with the free NZ maps from the Open GPS Project source. Gives voice navigation, full searching etc but costs!



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  Reply # 101304 21-Dec-2007 21:46
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peejayw: I have Rotateme 2 Beta 5 running, works perfectly and seems stable. You can download it here http://www.bysamir.fr/rotateme/

I produced some maps for MGMaps but no longer have them, think you can download them from the forum here not sure though. I finally gave up with the current offerings and got Garmin Mobile XT. Runs sweetly on the N95 with the free NZ maps from the Open GPS Project source. Gives voice navigation, full searching etc but costs!



Tried doing the rotateme install all goes well then it says "certificate error contact application supplier" on my phone screen. Any advise? thanks mate

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 101331 22-Dec-2007 00:05

meshuggah:
Tried doing the rotateme install all goes well then it says "certificate error contact application supplier" on my phone screen. Any advise? thanks mate


you have to sign it. it's an unsigned version and we have already several topics for these applications here in geekzone under the symbian forum category




I is a kollege stoodent. Bee nice.

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  Reply # 104249 11-Jan-2008 16:06
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i cant get it to work, something got to do with sign or cert? has anyone got a way around this?



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  Reply # 104285 11-Jan-2008 18:27
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Aloha:
meshuggah:
Tried doing the rotateme install all goes well then it says "certificate error contact application supplier" on my phone screen. Any advise? thanks mate


you have to sign it. it's an unsigned version and we have already several topics for these applications here in geekzone under the symbian forum category



Aloha I cant seem to find the topics you mentioned regarding signing rotateme. Would really appreciate a link to the forum you are speaking of. Cheers for all the help thus far

Rich

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  Reply # 104321 11-Jan-2008 23:34
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see if this helps Rich
http://www.simplysymbian.com/2007/12/18/how-to-symbian-sign-your-freeware-applications-so-you-can-install-stuff-like-rotateme/

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  Reply # 104328 12-Jan-2008 02:15
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sqlpro: see if this helps Rich
http://www.simplysymbian.com/2007/12/18/how-to-symbian-sign-your-freeware-applications-so-you-can-install-stuff-like-rotateme/


that helped big time!! thanks for that i finally got it working!



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  Reply # 104384 12-Jan-2008 14:01
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xecuta:
sqlpro: see if this helps Rich
http://www.simplysymbian.com/2007/12/18/how-to-symbian-sign-your-freeware-applications-so-you-can-install-stuff-like-rotateme/


that helped big time!! thanks for that i finally got it working!


Hey I just tried signing up but both my ihug email addresses and my gmail address got rejected saying registration from these domain names is not allowed. What internet company is your email address with? Thanks I'm glad to see you got it working I'm still having new troubles!!! :-)

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  Reply # 104387 12-Jan-2008 14:24
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unfortunately it wont work with public email addressess. try if you can use your office email id?

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  Reply # 104425 12-Jan-2008 20:33
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damn thats bad luck. i just left ihug and with xnet now cause im sick of getting capped

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  Reply # 104459 13-Jan-2008 00:27

meshuggah:
Aloha I cant seem to find the topics you mentioned regarding signing rotateme. Would really appreciate a link to the forum you are speaking of. Cheers for all the help thus far
Rich


http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=23&TopicId=17212&page_no=2


nztechfreak can sign it for you if you send him a pm with your imei number.




I is a kollege stoodent. Bee nice.



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  Reply # 104466 13-Jan-2008 07:44
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Aloha:
meshuggah:
Aloha I cant seem to find the topics you mentioned regarding signing rotateme. Would really appreciate a link to the forum you are speaking of. Cheers for all the help thus far
Rich


http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=23&TopicId=17212&page_no=2


nztechfreak can sign it for you if you send him a pm with your imei number.



No worries all working a treat now. Thanks so much for all your help! :-)



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  Reply # 104467 13-Jan-2008 07:45
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sqlpro: see if this helps Rich
http://www.simplysymbian.com/2007/12/18/how-to-symbian-sign-your-freeware-applications-so-you-can-install-stuff-like-rotateme/



That was a tremendous help. All done now, thanks very much for the help mate. :-)

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