Creating private keys:
- Open command prompt
- Select target directory, for example: cd C:\Program Files\Series_60_Theme_Studio\S60_TS_3_0\bin
- Create a key with single line (where Nokia is replaced with your own information):
makekeys -v -cert -len 2048 -dname "CN=Nokia OU=Themes OR=Nokia OYj CO=FI
EMemail@example.com" nokia.key nokia.cer
- After that password is asked, answer no
- For creating random number type about one hundred characters or move the mouse in the screen.
- Notice –v key in the command
- Keys are asked in Advanced Dialog when creating SIS-file
- More information in Artist's Guide, page 91.
After I finally could download the s60 theme studio, it turns out that I now have another problem. Hope someone can help me on this one because I've torturing myself to find answer. Has anyone tried it? Do you guys know how to create a private/public key and self-signed certificate? I'm having big problems understanding this... Or maybe it is just really complicated to create themes for the new phones... Plz help.
I bought this phone and it had a lot problems.I dont admit you to buy it.I am so desparate i spend lot of money to buy it.
You get a mini bluetooth keyboard from Freedom Input ltd. as small as the size of a credit card which can be used with any bluetooth phone. Using that with N80 should make it far better than any PDA phone or Sony P990. Guys what do you think? pls comment.
The sliding thing is fine. At least, it sure doesn't bother me. :)
The N80 doesnt have a spring loaded slider.
Instead it just "slides" on a "track" instead, making it feel like the plastic grating against itself.
Its a small, but very real, reason as to HOW the N-Chunk can justify such a large price tag...
to n80 users is the sliding system annoying without the spring or is it just fine
has anyone used this phone first hand. . . well if you ahve how bout sharing the funn. Whats the feel of the phone like . . the keypadd. whats the display like, the interface and the camera share the details ppl. thnx!
Guys & Gals,
Just a couple of thoughts as I plow through this discussion group on the Nokia N80. First, 26mm is not really that thick for a cellphone, especially a smartphone. I've had a Samsung sph i500 clamshell smartphone for a couple of years and it is 25mm thin....its always in my back pocket, small easy to carry. Compared to a Razr...everything is thick these days. Second, I see a lot of comaprisons to other phones on this group that are not smartphones and it seems to me there is NO comparison possible. For anyone that is a smartphone user, having a phone you can program and add apllications to is one thing. Any phone without this capability is just not included in any kind of comparing at all. Oh yeah, all this was IMO....
u can buy from german ebay for 539€ and with contract 199€ with 10€ a month... good offer? i wonder, if i will a better and cheaper offer than this in 2-3 weeks...
Thanks a lot people! its just a lot of phones are going quite cheap on the links website that i might buy for a couple of relatives that want a mobile. thanks again!
Note that "refurbished" electrical items might come WITHOUT a box/instruction manual OR accessories.
A "refurbished" could be one of many things, but it basically means it is secondhand/B-stock.
In terms of a phone, it could be where someone has returned a phone because they didnt like it. The shop cant re-sell it cos all the packaging has been opened. It is then sent back to the manafucturer to be "refurbished" (repackaged).
Another example would be if the box got damaged. It would be sent back to the manufacturer to be reboxed and thus "refurbished".
Or a marginally used phone that is tested to see if it still works 100%. If it works fine and if there are only marginal cosmetic marks, etc - it can be resold as "refurbished".
Hope this helps.
i am looking around for mobile phones on the internet and some websites are selling 'refurbished' phones at cheaper prices. what is a refurbished phone anyone?
he is rigth, and the camera off the n93 is better. The n80 has no autofocus, which it wont be aibel to make very good pics.
Yeah it's a bit chunky, but as a man with big hands the N80 suits me. The other benifit is that the the prols/chavs/lower social orders/schoolbrats won't buy one. They line up in droves to buy Samsungs, SEs and those thin Motos.
That's the beauty of free choice, I can distance myself from the type of people who swallow everything they are told and struggle getting on with those who dare to have a different perspective. Live and let live. If you want an SE, get one and then p*ss off!
All the best...