How To Get A Certificate To Sign Unsigned Symbain S60 Apps

There are a lot of ‘unsigned’ applications floating around the web, partly because part time developers either do not have the time or money to get their applications signed via the Symbian Signed program. While quite a bit of such applications can be signed via the Open Signed website.

For all such reasons it is best to have a developer certificate with which you can sign the files on the phone itself and install without having to bother with any other method.

HOW TO GET A CERTIFICATE FOR YOUR S60 DEVICE

Simply visit http://www.s60certkey.com/ and sign up for an account.

Sign up For A New Account

Just fill in your basic details

 

Verify Your Email

Go to your email and click on the provided

Input Your IMEI Number & Click On Submit

(If you don’t know your IMEI then press *#06# from your numberpad)

 

Wait For 12 – 24 Hours

 

After 12 – 24 Hours when you return back HERE your .cer and .key will be ready to download. ( You just need to click on them)

PS: I or the iPhoneFizz Team will not be responsible for any damage or liability that results from the use of the above tutorial. Please do so at your own risk.

[UPDATE – The Guide On How To Sign Unsigned Files On A S60 3rd/5th Edition Device Itself is here.

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Posted on October 17, 2011, in How To's and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. i’ve apllied for for the cer and key and its been almost 19 days, i did’nt received the files yet……..what should i do now??/plz help.

  2. thnx buddy……….this new post really helped me out………thnx again 🙂

  3. sir, i have nokia 5233, will it run without certificate and key files?

  4. didn’t get my cer 😦

  5. yo yo!!! this works….. and its free =)
    Thnx dude

  6. I’ve gone to the site and registered, and also entered my IMEI number……. it’s been 4 days and still no certificate or key…… 😦

  7. Hello, just wanted to tell you, I enjoyed this article.
    It was helpful. Keep on posting!

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