Joined: 29 Apr 08
jeremy ur the man....!!!!!!!!!!
Joined: 17 Jan 05
Jeremy - you're the best - that was so easy. I did the steps you said starting with the TOOLs menu on my Nokie e65 and it totally worked!
Joined: 16 Mar 08
how to delete themas on nokia e 65 ?? thanks
Joined: 28 Jul 05
hey dude thanks man it wokd
Joined: 3 Jul 05
Quote of user: prosport09how to delete themas on nokia e 65 ?? thanks
Menu> and hit File Manager
Joined: 14 Mar 08
oh hell ya thanks a million guys the date thing works!!!:-) i was about to send away the phone you saved me a lot of money!!thanks
Joined: 20 May 06
thanks alot mr.jeremy u solve my problem now i am really thank full of u
Joined: 27 Jun 06
Guys this what worked for me....
I followed what Jeremy had said...and it worked for a few themes.... but for the rest i got the same problem...
Follow these steps:
Step 1: TOOLS>APP MGR>OPTIONS>SETTINGS>SOFTWARE INSTALLATION and changed it from SIGNED ONLY to ALL
Step 2: .Modify the setup under Date & Time and set the Network Operator time to Auto-update.
This worked for me.....hope it works for you too.....
Joined: 11 Jun 08
Attention!!! This message is for those who have changed the date on their simbian nokia mobile phone and stil have problems with messages like "Certificat error" or "Expired certificate eror" or other messages alike. Your problem is in the "Aplication Manager" folder on your Nokia mobile phone. Go there then chose "Options" then "Settings" and on the "Software instalation" section chosse "All", after that go in the same locattion to "Online certification check" and turn it "off". That's all. Now you can instal aplications and themes on your simbian mobile phone, but you wil have to change your clock settings before instaling an aplication. Try to change the date 2 or 3 times if you have problems because some aplications doesn't work with the same date settings DOT
Joined: 18 Jun 08
Hi, can you help me, i'm struggling with the same error for my Nokia N81.
Is their away i can download my stuff normally?
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