I am trying to install security certificates in S40 phones. I tried using Oxycube but its not working properly. What can I do?
NokiCert makes it possible to install X.509 certificates on Nokia S40 phones. It can install certificates for accessing SSL protected websites as well as for authenticating MIDlet suites to place them in the identified (trusted) third party domain. It uses a Bluetooth connection to the phone to install the certificates. Most S40 phones (assuming they have a certificate database) will work.
NokiCert is written in Java and runs on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
use phoenix to re install the phone software everything will be restored just refurbish it
I think u shall ask in a nokia store as also said by Rakesh Mishra
or ask a mobile engineer
u can goto ur nearest nokia center for installation of certificates as they are system related
If Your Firmware is corruputed, you may have problems with invalid system certificates so there are 3 easy ways to resolve this problem :
1.Try Downloading Certificates from nokia support server, " http://dl.nokia.com/nvsfiles/Entrust.cer " , " http://dl.nokia.com/nvsfiles/MFE_CERTIFICATE INSTALLATIONS.ZIP "
2. Update your firmware
3. Reflash your firmware and see whether your problem is solved.
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