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+ - Community Codesigning Certificate for J2ME->

darkskiez writes: "Nokia have "fixed" a bug which allowed you to install your own root certificates on your own mobile phones, this is no longer possible on Series60 v3 phones. This means that as a hobby developer you cannot make a mobile java application that runs as trusted with full api permissions, without purchasing a $300 to $500 certificate per year. This looks like it is being relaxed a little in the upcoming 3rd generation Mobile Information Device Profile.

In an attempt to reclaim a little more access to their own hardware, there has been limited success at patching some phone firmwares, and I have started a project to facilitate the purchasing of a shared codesigning certificates for the community."

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