Yusuf Abdi | 1 Apr 05:24 2008
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Re: Out of date certificate nokia 6555

The application is signed with Verisign code signing certificate. Check with your phone settings and see if Verisign public certificate is installed, if not, you can download the public Verisign certificate by following these instructions:

*Missing Verisign Certificate*

1) For Verisign public certificate, download the certificate using phone's native web browser and download Verisign certificate from here: http://primosync.mobi/ca
2) User will be prompted to save the certificate to the phone memory.
3) After saving certificate, phone will be able to securely connect to Google calendar service through HTTPS.

From PrimoSync FAQ: http://code.google.com/p/primosync/wiki/FAQ

Slagoon wrote:
This also holds true with the primosync that i just tried it says "No valid certificate" On Mar 28, 7:34 pm, Slagoon <slag... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
I have tried installing and downloading to my nokia 6555 numerous different ways and each time it says the certificate is out of date. I have even tried to change my phone's date. Nothing will allow it to run. I have tried with signed and unsigned. Any suggestions?


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Du har mottatt denne meldingen fordi du abonnerer på Google-gruppen "GCalSync"
 For å skrive i denne gruppen, send e-post til gcalsync <at> googlegroups.com
 Du stopper abonnementet på denne gruppen ved å sende en e-post til gcalsync-unsubscribe <at> googlegroups.com
 For flere valg, besøk denne gruppen på http://groups.google.no/group/gcalsync?hl=no
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KD | 1 Apr 19:43 2008
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Sony W810i Error Message


Hi All,

Have just installed the signed version to my W810i but when I hit the
'test' option I get the following errors:

Testing HTTPS (1/3): Failed due to
javax.microedition.io.ConnectionNotFoundException:

Testing HTTPS (2/3): Failed due to
javax.microedition.io.ConnectionNotFoundException:

Testing HTTPS (3/3): Failed due to
javax.microedition.io.ConnectionNotFoundException:

Any ideas what I need to do to fix this problem?

Thanks
Slagoon | 2 Apr 02:02 2008
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Re: Out of date certificate nokia 6555


When I try to download that it says the certificate already exists...i
can't seem to find a way to delete the old certificate and put in a
new one...

On Mar 31, 8:24 pm, Yusuf Abdi <yusuf.a... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> The application is signed with Verisign code signing certificate. Check
> with your phone settings and see if Verisign public certificate is
> installed, if not, you can download the public Verisign certificate by
> following these instructions:
>
> *Missing Verisign Certificate*
>
> 1) For Verisign public certificate, download the certificate using
> phone's native web browser and download Verisign certificate from here:http://primosync.mobi/ca
> 2) User will be prompted to save the certificate to the phone memory.
> 3) After saving certificate, phone will be able to securely connect to
> Google calendar service through HTTPS.
>
>  From PrimoSync FAQ:http://code.google.com/p/primosync/wiki/FAQ
>
> Slagoon wrote:
> > This also holds true with the primosync that i just tried it says "No
> > valid certificate"
>
> > On Mar 28, 7:34 pm, Slagoon <slag... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>
> >> I have tried installing and downloading to my nokia 6555 numerous
> >> different ways and each time it says the certificate is out of date.
> >> I have even tried to change my phone's date.  Nothing will allow it to
> >> run.  I have tried with signed and unsigned.   Any suggestions?
Yusuf Abdi | 2 Apr 05:01 2008
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Re: Out of date certificate nokia 6555


Try the unsigned version 2.0.6 which was just posted at http://primosync.mobi.

Slagoon wrote:
When I try to download that it says the certificate already exists...i can't seem to find a way to delete the old certificate and put in a new one... On Mar 31, 8:24 pm, Yusuf Abdi <yusuf.a... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
The application is signed with Verisign code signing certificate. Check with your phone settings and see if Verisign public certificate is installed, if not, you can download the public Verisign certificate by following these instructions: *Missing Verisign Certificate* 1) For Verisign public certificate, download the certificate using phone's native web browser and download Verisign certificate from here:http://primosync.mobi/ca 2) User will be prompted to save the certificate to the phone memory. 3) After saving certificate, phone will be able to securely connect to Google calendar service through HTTPS. From PrimoSync FAQ:http://code.google.com/p/primosync/wiki/FAQ Slagoon wrote:
This also holds true with the primosync that i just tried it says "No valid certificate"
On Mar 28, 7:34 pm, Slagoon <slag... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
I have tried installing and downloading to my nokia 6555 numerous different ways and each time it says the certificate is out of date. I have even tried to change my phone's date. Nothing will allow it to run. I have tried with signed and unsigned. Any suggestions?


--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~
Du har mottatt denne meldingen fordi du abonnerer på Google-gruppen "GCalSync"
 For å skrive i denne gruppen, send e-post til gcalsync <at> googlegroups.com
 Du stopper abonnementet på denne gruppen ved å sende en e-post til gcalsync-unsubscribe <at> googlegroups.com
 For flere valg, besøk denne gruppen på http://groups.google.no/group/gcalsync?hl=no
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LJG | 2 Apr 18:48 2008
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Nokia 6235i (Can't download neither program)


I've got Alltel as my service provider.  When I go to download the
program, I get 'The Requested Pages can not be displayed.' on my phone
when trying to download the signed, or even unsigned program.  Help!

Thanks,
Levi
Slagoon | 2 Apr 19:29 2008
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Re: Out of date certificate nokia 6555


hmmm ok i have the program now but it says "application not set to
commit" " then "null: java.lang.nullpointerexception? then later
"Failed phone update: java,lang.securityExecption"

On Apr 1, 8:01 pm, Yusuf Abdi <yusuf.a... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Try the unsigned version 2.0.6 which was just posted athttp://primosync.mobi.
>
>
>
> Slagoon wrote:
> > When I try to download that it says the certificate already exists...i
> > can't seem to find a way to delete the old certificate and put in a
> > new one...
>
> > On Mar 31, 8:24 pm, Yusuf Abdi <yusuf.a... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>
> >> The application is signed with Verisign code signing certificate. Check
> >> with your phone settings and see if Verisign public certificate is
> >> installed, if not, you can download the public Verisign certificate by
> >> following these instructions:
>
> >> *Missing Verisign Certificate*
>
> >> 1) For Verisign public certificate, download the certificate using
> >> phone's native web browser and download Verisign certificate from here:http://primosync.mobi/ca
> >> 2) User will be prompted to save the certificate to the phone memory.
> >> 3) After saving certificate, phone will be able to securely connect to
> >> Google calendar service through HTTPS.
>
> >>  From PrimoSync FAQ:http://code.google.com/p/primosync/wiki/FAQ
>
> >> Slagoon wrote:
>
> >>> This also holds true with the primosync that i just tried it says "No
> >>> valid certificate"
>
> >>> On Mar 28, 7:34 pm, Slagoon <slag... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>
> >>>> I have tried installing and downloading to my nokia 6555 numerous
> >>>> different ways and each time it says the certificate is out of date.
> >>>> I have even tried to change my phone's date.  Nothing will allow it to
> >>>> run.  I have tried with signed and unsigned.   Any suggestions?- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -
Yusuf Abdi | 2 Apr 20:50 2008
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Re: Out of date certificate nokia 6555


Your phone doesn't accept Verisign signed certificates and at the same time, doesn't allow an unsigned application to run. See if your phone allows you to change its security settings in order to allow an unsigned app to run. If it doesn't, this app won't work on your phone.

Slagoon wrote:
hmmm ok i have the program now but it says "application not set to commit" " then "null: java.lang.nullpointerexception? then later "Failed phone update: java,lang.securityExecption" On Apr 1, 8:01 pm, Yusuf Abdi <yusuf.a... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
Try the unsigned version 2.0.6 which was just posted athttp://primosync.mobi. Slagoon wrote:
When I try to download that it says the certificate already exists...i can't seem to find a way to delete the old certificate and put in a new one...
On Mar 31, 8:24 pm, Yusuf Abdi <yusuf.a... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
The application is signed with Verisign code signing certificate. Check with your phone settings and see if Verisign public certificate is installed, if not, you can download the public Verisign certificate by following these instructions:
*Missing Verisign Certificate*
1) For Verisign public certificate, download the certificate using phone's native web browser and download Verisign certificate from here:http://primosync.mobi/ca 2) User will be prompted to save the certificate to the phone memory. 3) After saving certificate, phone will be able to securely connect to Google calendar service through HTTPS.
 From PrimoSync FAQ:http://code.google.com/p/primosync/wiki/FAQ
Slagoon wrote:
This also holds true with the primosync that i just tried it says "No valid certificate"
On Mar 28, 7:34 pm, Slagoon <slag... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
I have tried installing and downloading to my nokia 6555 numerous different ways and each time it says the certificate is out of date. I have even tried to change my phone's date.  Nothing will allow it to run.  I have tried with signed and unsigned.   Any suggestions?- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -


--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~
Du har mottatt denne meldingen fordi du abonnerer på Google-gruppen "GCalSync"
 For å skrive i denne gruppen, send e-post til gcalsync <at> googlegroups.com
 Du stopper abonnementet på denne gruppen ved å sende en e-post til gcalsync-unsubscribe <at> googlegroups.com
 For flere valg, besøk denne gruppen på http://groups.google.no/group/gcalsync?hl=no
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Yusuf Abdi | 2 Apr 20:54 2008
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Re: Nokia 6235i (Can't download neither program)


Try downloading JAR/JAD  files into your PC and installing through USB 
cable.

Download site: http://code.google.com/p/primosync/downloads/list

LJG wrote:
> I've got Alltel as my service provider.  When I go to download the
> program, I get 'The Requested Pages can not be displayed.' on my phone
> when trying to download the signed, or even unsigned program.  Help!
>
> Thanks,
> Levi
> >
>
>   

James Sladen | 8 Apr 17:40 2008
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Palm - SSL certificate not accepted


I've installed Primosync onto my Palm Tungsten C, and every time I try
to login I receive this error.

"SSL certificate not accepted. Reason: 4" (I can post the entirety of
the error if it is likely to be useful to anyone)

Has anyone found a way around this?

AS far as I'm aware it is not possible to install new certificates
onto a palm, so would it be possible to make the program skip the
security check if it detects it is running on a palmOS based device?

Thanks
James
Yusuf Abdi | 8 Apr 23:04 2008
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Re: Palm - SSL certificate not accepted


The security checks is performed by the device's OS. Some devices allow 
removing the checks and others do not. Did you try to install the 
unsigned version? Some users reported success in installing the unsigned 
version which is also available here: http://primosync.mobi.

Finally, you might post your question on the Palm message boards and ask 
your question there as well. I am sure this issue is not limited to 
Primosync app.

Best Wishes,

Yusuf

James Sladen wrote:
> I've installed Primosync onto my Palm Tungsten C, and every time I try
> to login I receive this error.
>
> "SSL certificate not accepted. Reason: 4" (I can post the entirety of
> the error if it is likely to be useful to anyone)
>
> Has anyone found a way around this?
>
> AS far as I'm aware it is not possible to install new certificates
> onto a palm, so would it be possible to make the program skip the
> security check if it detects it is running on a palmOS based device?
>
> Thanks
> James
> >
>
>   


Gmane