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Hello sir When I install gnubox in my mobile then i get error certificate expired

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If you have s60 version mobile first download freesigner form mobile9.com install it in your mobile
then open freesigner add--->select .sisx or sis setup file of your software where its located--->self sign-->menu--->go!. after this a second setup file will be generated with yourfilename_signed.sis.
now install using this file.your problem solved

Posted on Apr 10, 2011

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Check your time and date settings if its properly set to the correct time zone and make sure that the time settings a accurate. Certificate errors are usually cause by incorrect time and date settings.
Hope this help.

Posted on Apr 10, 2011

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