Expired Certificate error

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whitepug

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Post #1112 August 2007, 22:35

Quote of user: 3nabyah

Hi,

Jeremy the way which you suggeted doesn't work too ???


What message are you receiving?

Jehuty66

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Joined: 15 Aug 07
From: New Zealand
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Post #1216 August 2007, 06:07
Hi,

This is completed unrelated but, after i installed and removed a theme i can no longer install it, it goes throght the whole process and when the installing bar finishes it says "cannot install" do you know how to get round this?

Thanks

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condordragon

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From: Singapore
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Post #1316 August 2007, 16:53
wow seriously thank u guys from the bottom of my heart.. coz this stupid certificate thing nearly made me sell my brand new n73 n buy a N72.. lol tanks guys

pink69

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From: Philippines
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Post #1417 August 2007, 06:01
i got the same msg too expired certificate error. . does anyone have solve this problem on their phone please do share.
thanks

owndeplox2

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Joined: 9 May 07
From: Jordan
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Post #1518 August 2007, 08:12
Thanks alot, by the way i didn't use the search option because i didn't see it, it was my first post, anyway i'll keep it in mind for searching thanks!

bask3t

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Post #1619 August 2007, 12:32

Quote of user: humidfreak

Thankyou another way around this stupid error is move the date on your N95 back a year, install the theme, then change the date back to normal.

To change the date on your Nokia N95, follow these instructions:

Click on the Menu button, highlight Tools and click the centre selection key (the 'OK' key)
Highlight Settings and click the OK key
Highlight General and click the OK key
Highlight Date and time and click the OK key
Highlight the date and click the OK key
Use the Right navigation key to highlight the year. To change the year back one year, press the Down navigation key once
Press the red End key to return to standby mode.
Now install your new theme. If you still see the Expired certificate error, change the year back another year and try installing again.


Thanks for the tip man.....solve the problem....

pink69

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Post #1720 August 2007, 15:58
thanks guys!!
it works on my N92 all the themes.
it simply amazing!!!

Joablee

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Joined: 22 May 06
From: Singapore
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Post #1822 August 2007, 13:56
It works, i set the date to a year back for most themes and it can be installed.

raver14Guam

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Post #1913 September 2007, 09:25

Quote of user: henrysthamer

sorry but how do i set the device date?!


In clock. It's in the application folder.

nikkodomini

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Joined: 13 Sep 07
From: Philippines
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Post #2013 September 2007, 09:30
Hi.
I already changed the date and software installation settings. I still got the Expired certificate error.
Hope you fed in some info.
Thanks

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