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1 Signing Symbian Software on Sun Sep 04, 2011 4:32 pm


Hi everyone,

"Previously we had opda to sign softwares (.sis to .sisx) then they changed the site to shoujizu and now they are asking donation of 20 USD or 20 EURO to sign the softwares. So here i present you how to sign symbian software even without having the certificate and key."

I think all of you know that Symbian Signed has changed its system: nobody without a Publisher ID can create developer certificates anymore, instead users are forced to use the new Open Signed Online System.

So I decided to create another easy to understand tutorial which is working perfectly. Furthermore, I changed the design of the screenshots a little bit, I hope you like it!

The new system has some advantages and also disadvantages. Signing is actually a piece of cake with the new system, you don’t even need an account anymore.
However, you can only sign applications which are using unprotected UID range. That means that some great freeware can currently not be signed.

There is a great signing freeware “GenialSis 2.0″ which has a great new function to even facilitate signing with Open Signed.
The signing process should be no problem for all of you with these few easy steps to follow.

Signing with Open Signed Online:

1. Download the necessary software “GenialSis 2.0″ [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.].

2. Extract the whole archive into a folder on your hard disk.

3. Open the folder where you extracted the files with the Windows Explorer and launch the file “GenialSis.exe”.

4. In the application, select the register card “OpenSigned”.

5. Select “Open” to choose the unsigned application you want to sign.

6. Open the folder where the unsigned application is stored and select it.

Don’t choose more than one application at the same time! Although this seems to be possible as “GenialSis” doesn’t display an error message, Symbian Signed doesn’t support the upload of various applications at the same time. If you try to do this, only your last added file will be signed.

7. Back in the main application, type in your email address in the “eMail” field.

8. Type in the “IMEI” of your phone. You can find it out by entering “*#06#” on your phone keyboard.

9. Having all the necessary information entered, you can choose “Sign!”.

Now the application executes all the steps automatically the user would actually have to do on the Symbian Signed website. It types in your “IMEI number”, “Email” and enters the path of the unsigned “Application”.

10. However, the “Security code” must still be entered manually by the user. Type in the shown sequence of letters and numbers and “Confirm” your entry.

If the message shown in the screenshot appears, you are trying to sign an application using protected UID range. As I said, you cannot sign such applications with Open Signed Online. At the moment there is unfortunately no other solution than using a developer certificate if you still have one, or waiting for the developer to release a new version of his application.

I have included a list of signable / unsignable applications at the bottom of this tutorial.

If the message shown ahead appears, you entered an “Invalid security code”. So do step 9 once again until…

… this message appears. Your file has been successfully uploaded.

11. Then open your email application or the Internet address of your email provider to receive the confirmation mail of Symbian Signed which has been sent to your entered email address.

After a little time, you should find a mail from SS which contains a “Confirmation link”. Choose this link to confirm your request of receiving a signed file. Your request is now being worked on.

12. After another period of time, you should receive another email from SS which contains a download link of your signed application.

Many people are signing their files, so it can take some time until you receive this mail.

Select the “Download link” to download your signed application.

13. Choose “Save” or whatever this word means in your language.

14. Choose the location where you want to save the signed application and select “Save”.

That’s it. Even easier then the old system, isn’t it? I hope you all understand how to sign with the new system, it should be very easy with the great “GenialSis” software.

You can now install the signed application on your phone as usual.

As promised, here is a list of applications which can / can’t be signed with Open Signed Online.

Applications which CAN be signed with Open Signed Online:

Audio Cube
Themes Laucher
Ufind GPS
Handy Wifi
rotateMe v2.2 Beta 2

Applications which CANNOT be signed with Open Signed Online:

All other rotateMe versions (also the public one)
Cell track
EQ Alttab
EQ Restart
Cracked Files

CREDITS: SymbianWebBlog (SWB)


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