I have a Nokia2730c mobile phone. I have tried to download some software (like facebook, uc browser etc) fm ur nokia mobi store (with loging in my registered acct) but result always 'no valid certificate' or 'certificate not on ur sim' nd also ovi store is shown connection failed.
I'm working on rolling my own MDM service, and I'm trying to combine the SCEP and MDM payloads as the MDM protocol document from Apple suggests. I created my own SCEP web service in C# .Net and I know that the device can get a valid certificate when I just send the SCEP payload. However when I also include an MDM payload that points to the SCEP payload's UUID via the IdentityCertificateUUID key, I get the following error, "The enrollment server did not provision a valid identity certificate." This configuration is the one that is sent after the user chooses to install the initial enrollment configuration (step 1 of phase 2 in this diagram).The device doesn't appear to even make an attempt at connecting to my server, and thanks to server side logging I know that it never reaches my SCEP web service page. This seems to indicate that there's something wrong with the certificate I use to sign the payload. I've separately tried signing it with my SSL certificate (from a pre trusted root authority), my customer MDM push certificate (chained from our vendor cert), and my self-signed root certificate authority certificate (created via makecert.exe) that the SCEP service uses to issue new certificates (i.e. device identity certificates).I've looked at the output from the iPCU (iPhone Configuration Utility) when I create a profile with both the MDM and SCEP payloads, and it isn't a valid profile (I've even tried copying it nearly wholesale). However when I install the profile via the iPCU the error doesn't come up and it begins the SCEP enrollment process without issue.A side note - using a preexisting MDM vendor is not an option here.Below is the profile I'm using:
I have been using nokia e5 unti yesterday 16/3/12. I switched to an expensive e6 which cannot load gmail because of expired certificate. I am really disappointed. Can someone assist. What does one do buying such an expensive phone to end up not using it as required?
I'm currently trying to instal Nokia Maps 3 onto my N95, and every time it reaches the install point the phone throws out the error "Certificate Error: Please Contact the software provider"..I was wondering if anyone can give me a hand with this, I have seen a few posts about this error on the boards yet no one has given a solution, I have checked my application settings and can't see any reason why it is failing to install over my current version which is v1.2 wk37 b05..I want to eventually buy more maps but I refused too until I have the latest version installed..
I have two N8 phones. On my first N8, I did the Anna update. I now have two sets of "midnight" themes on this phone, one set that looks like it did before, and one set that has a symbol at the right of the theme name that sort of looks like a coffee cup. For the themes with the "coffee cup" symbol to the right of the theme name, all the theme icons have been modified to something a bit fancier than the original. What does the "coffee cup" symbol mean? My newest N8 was recently updated to Anna. It only has the old-style themes named "midnight color-name". The icons for the themes still look like they did before the Anna update. How can I get this fancier theme icons on my other N8? If it's simply a matter of downloading the new, full and complete Nokia "midnight" themes for the N8 phone with Anna, where do I go to get them? I've searched all over, and found lots of "midnight" themes, but not the ones I'm looking for (which apparently were installed on one of my phones as part of the Anna Update.
I have a brand new 6760 slide and it's impossible to load any new application or theme in it via PC Suite application using either Bluetooth or USB cable ... in application manager I've Software installation : All, Online certificate check .I tried with various computers running WinXP, Vista or Win7 without any change I tried to set-up the phone in english : no change.I tried to force reinstall of the firmware via SW updater : no change
When trying to update a Nokia N95 I am getting the message "Expired Certificate" after the step Install MMS Sync.On the computer it is saying installation complete?Is the installation complete or is the expired certificate a problem?
Trying to set up my exchange e-mail account. The security certificate is in a zip file. I saved the zip file to Drive and extracted the files from it. When I go through the steps to install on the G3 it won't allow me to select the individual files to install. They're visible but grey'd out.
I'm trying to install my first app but can't because the app, apparently, has no digital certificate. My searches have turned up a lot of hits but no solution for me. (Uninstalling Fonix won't help because I don't have Fonix! Calling Motorola won't help because it's not a Motorola phone. The phone is an HTC TMobile phone but I get service from AT&T.)One search hit mentioned a registry change. But I have found no way to make registry changes on the phone.
I am getting "Expired Certificate" error when i try to install some applications..I changed my date to bef 1 yr and checked,it doesnt work..How to solve this issue?Which video player will support to play mp4 format.Because Nokia x6 will support mp4 format.
I'm using BB 9700 version 5.00(latest version)I install a theme called animated dophin(version 1.something) yesterday night. then this morning my phone hang and i took out my battery to restart my phone. After loading, my phone couldn't press anything expect for alt and shift. and the specker logo has a star beside it. Anyone know how to fix it?
I'm using BB 9700 version 5.00(latest version)I install a theme called animated dophin(version 1.something) yesterday night. then this morning my phone hang and i took out my battery to restart my phone. After loading, my phone couldn't press anything expect for alt and shift. and the specker logo has a star beside it.
I've had my E72-2 for a few months and I am quite satisfied with it. I thought that I would check if there was an update for it.I typed in *#0000# and this is what was displayed.Then I typed the Product code as found under the battery 0591928110914c into the Nokia web page where you can find out if there ia an update available.This is what I get.--That is not a valid product code. Please check your product code and type it again. For example, most codes begin '05xxxxx'
I updated my Ovi Suite from 2.0 to 126.96.36.199. Now, when I go to messaging, click on Add recipient and select the name of a contact for which the number is +XX(YY)ZZZZZZZ (XX being country code, and YY being area code), I get an error message saying "Recipient not valid" and "Recipient "<+XX(YY)ZZZZZZZ>" is not valid. Cannot send the message."This is a serious regression from previous version... and plain WRONG. THis is the standard international form for representing a nubmber. It used to work with 2.0, it's the format Outlook automatically formats numbers to.This needs to be fixed very fast.
We received a X6 32 with 1 year free Comes with Music.On going back into the Music store it asked me to register the PIN again, only to be told that although I have 362 days left, the PIN is not longer valid.I fear this could have come about from us putting another SIM card in the phone.Could this be the reason, and what is the solution?
I have paid €9.99 for the latest map for Nokia N95 8gb, Iactivated it, but after I reinstalled the software and used the key again, itis saying that the key is not valid! Do I have to buy it again, whenever I reinstall the software I have reinstalled Ovi Maps 2.0, 3.0 is not working on N95 8gb. I forgot to mention that i did hard reset on it using *#7370# to get rid of Ovi Maps 3.0 which was not working.