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# 19662 25-Feb-2008 17:57
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Hello i was wondering if someone could please help me with this certificate signing thing. I have an n95 and wanted to put rotateme on it but as you already know the error certificate screen pops up i tried to create an account at the symbanian site but i couldnt bcause i have a yahoo mail account which suks can someone please make me the certificate i need... this is my ime number thanks 359542011509112 this is my email mstg07@yahoo.com

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  # 113121 26-Feb-2008 11:03
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For anyone else reading here just a quick note that symbian-signed is currently down so it is not possible to self-sign anything. May be back up tomorrow if their website is to be believed.

*sigh* This is really an area that Nokia/Symbian need to sort out - seriously a problem for the end user (especially anyone not tech savvy, a real barrier to wider adoption of symbian phones).




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  # 116868 15-Mar-2008 22:57
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the symbian sign is up and running again but with restriction of publisher ID,however you can still sign some applications,and rorate me is included.use this link (https://www.symbiansigned.com/app/page/public/openSignedOnline.do) post your imei email and application,the whole process should not take more than 5 minutes on a broadband connection.

 
 
 
 


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  # 116921 16-Mar-2008 13:29
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geechoo: the symbian sign is up and running again but with restriction of publisher ID,however you can still sign some applications,and rorate me is included.use this link (https://www.symbiansigned.com/app/page/public/openSignedOnline.do) post your imei email and application,the whole process should not take more than 5 minutes on a broadband connection.


I'd just like to confirm that this does work :)

As mentioned, it takes no longer than 5 minutes

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