However, I never got that cert to work on the Nokia (6620/cingular) phone, although it does work on sprint phones (with developer root enabled). Is there a way to avoid this problem if the jar needs to be on a different server? Is there a way to get a self signed certificate running on a K800i?? boris Says: December 7, 2007 at 6:06 am | Reply sry for my bad english. http://invictanetworks.net/error-failed/error-failed-to-install-arm-elf-binutils.html
Please type your message and try again. Back to top Display posts from previous: All Posts1 Day7 Days2 Weeks1 Month3 Months6 Months1 YearOldest FirstNewest First NetBeans Forums -> Java ME Users All times are GMT Page 1 I also set target to 1.1 and source to 1.3 Generate your JAD file the critical attributes in the JAD are MIDlet-Jar-URL, MIDlet-Jar-Size, MIDlet-Permissions we also included MIDlet-Icon, MicroEdition-Configuration, MicroEdition-Profile, MIDlet-Name, searching forum nokia i found that its not possible any more to do that .
The signature is added to the JAD file with two certificates but I have been getting security error when installing. Time system initialized. Define a hammer in Pathfinder Unix command that immediately returns a particular return code? How?
Install Jbed (see http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...5&postcount=24 ) and try again. HTTP is a much safer protocol to use "Go online and check application validity": Yes/No. Hope it will help some of you, Regards boris Says: December 7, 2007 at 6:04 am | Reply my SE k800i says "invalid certificate". Symantec [+] Norton [+] Symantec Authentication Services [+] PC Tools [+] AntiVirus| Backup Software| Encryption| Virtualization| Cloud Security| Configuration Management| Disaster Recovery| File Recovery| Remote Access Software| Business Continuity AntiVirus| Backup
The instructions seem pretty complicated and I was hoping there was an easier way of doing this. Jayesh Says: April 14, 2009 at 10:49 am | Reply Hello Could someone please tell the procedure to get a manufacturer certification from Nokia, S40 platform I am looking to retrieve Back to top Renato BelliaPosted via mailing list. page Quick Reply Reply tashjp 19th September 2007, 02:07 AM |#4 Guest Thanks Meter: 0 More n/a posts Less Thank you both, I shall give it a go!
CAn it be some kind of permission problem? --Andy Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 5. Posted: Sun Sep 07, 2008 12:50 pm Post subject: MIDlet JAR File (error : Failed to load main-class manifest attribute .) hey all, I`ev started learning J2ME and im using NetBeans Try installing both using the jar and the jad, sometime if you can't install from the jad the jar will be fine (pointing to a bad jad). E.g.
After the restart the device's date was in still 2006… Too early for my cert.🙂 Thank you very much! http://www.paraglidingforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=24365 Bizarrely, even though the root cert for my versign-signed cert *was* on the 6620 phone, it still would never install my MIDlet as you would think it should." Old phones (6230/i, Error Failed To Install The Midlet any other soultion ? Making my building blocks modular Please explain what is wrong with my proof by contradiction.
Forgot your password? useful reference But when I try to install it on my device (Sony Ericsson K800i) it says "invalid certificate". What happens if anti-reflective coating is fully ruined or removed from lens' most outer surface? On a Nokia Series 60 phone these are found under the App.
Both times I recieved the error 'failed to install midlet'. The reason is , j2me_domain_registry.sm is a file stored information about which root CA is allowed for verify the signing of a jar. Finally i would recommand to get at least a Verisign Class 3 and a Thawte Premium server CA certificate to cover a significant range of mobile and to script the signing my review here it is saying invalid application.
If so then it might be possible to install self signed certificate first to a S60 2nd phone and then hard copy the CACerts.dat file to the S60 3rd phone. JavaTask thread initialized. Do you have an updated tutorial to this one?
However, I never got that cert to work on the Nokia (6620/cingular) phone, although it does work on sprint phones (with developer root enabled). I have one in our JAD now, but if I change the JAR which I intend to do, I'd rather do without the extra signing step if Verisign is enough July Only the manufacturer can install the certificates. (Only exception: an operator/carrier can bring one on the SIM card.) If anyone else could install / modify a root certificate, it would break app signing among which app sign is disabled..
install?" message at the OTA download? Don't believe me? This could work, although is not a valid solution for distributing your apps to the world. http://invictanetworks.net/error-failed/error-failed-to-install-p5-12-xml-parser.html There have to be 4 '/' symbols after file: Regards, Andrey Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 6.
Trusted Third Party is the only one of any use to us really.It gives the following options on my Nokia 6680 (Vodafone UK): Network Access: Not Allowed, Ask every time, Ask TechTips4All » J2ME Midlet Jar Signing Says: February 8, 2008 at 11:08 am | Reply […] I recommend you to read this article: http://www.spindriftpages.net/blog/dave/2006/06/18/midlet-jar-signing-a-tutorial-revised/ […] Carlo Deitmer Says: February 12, 2008 I have made a small midlet for a small company and now the problem is I can't install the midlet for their new phones (E50) because certificate won't install to those Thanks.