How to get a DEVCERT

hey guys, most off the applications on this site and on other websites need to be signed and since the Samsung Innov8 isn’ hackable …YET, this means you have to sign the apps first. In order to sign a app you have to get a dev cert and then sign it Im going to explain how to get a dev cert and show to sign the application:

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Files you will need:
1) X-Sign Setup
2) Signsis.exe
3) Certificate File (Cert20Years.cer)
4) Key File Name (Key20Years.key)
5) Key Password: 12345
I have included all the files in the attachments

1. Extract All to a folder: C:\X-Sign
2. Install X-sign by running “X-Sign Setup.msi”
3. Run XSign
4. Select “Files to Process Unsigned Files” [1] >> Go To C:\X-Sign & Select: Signsis.exe>> Done
5. Select “Certificate File” [2] >> Go To C:\X-Sign & Select: Cert20Years.cer >> Done
6. Select “Key File Name” [3] >> Go To C:\X-Sign & Select: Cert20Years.key >> Done
7. In the Filed “Key Password” [4] Enter: 12345
8. Select the [+] Sign & Go to the Folder you have stored your Unsigned.Sis File (E.g:sky.Unsigned.sis)>> Select the File >>Done
9. Click “Start”
10. The Program should stall for a few seconds & return with a Response “Completed 1/1”
11. If it gives the above response then the App is signed & a folder will opened showing the file as sky.signed.sis.
12. Transfer the file to the Phone via, BT/Data-Cable/IR etc & install it.
13. Done. Enjoy a SIS file signed for 20 Years. You can Store this file someplace safe for use at a later stage on any s60 v3 Device



Another site to get devcert from but this one will take a few days but will give more capabilities but not all applications will work.

you have to be a member and please post in the same stlye as the other users 😉


5 Responses to “How to get a DEVCERT”

  1. 1 bowman666 September 17, 2008 at 9:27 pm

    This is just what I need! Unfortunately I can’t get it to work. Followed the instructions but no matter what unsigned app I try to sign the phone gives various certificate errors. Any ideas?

    Yes unfortunately not all capabities are able to be signed with this we will have to wait untill the samsung innov8 is hacked

  2. 2 bowman666 September 17, 2008 at 9:45 pm

    Tried using this method and it works for some things but not for others. I keep getting a ‘Requested application access not granted’ when I try signing the MagicKey app you mention elsewhere on the site. Any idea what’s up?

  3. 3 usman22 September 21, 2008 at 10:31 pm

    ok ive done all of what u said. and it says completed 1/1 but it says the folder c:\programfiles\xsign\signed doesnt exist. after i created the signed folder in x-sign. it said converted succesfully. when it opens up the folder. there is nothing there. i did it with a few files. even one from this website. any suggestions to why it is doing that?

  4. 4 myinnov8 September 21, 2008 at 11:06 pm

    have you been able to create the cert file and key file

  5. 5 usman22 September 22, 2008 at 12:46 am

    sorry. howd you mean. ive only done this once. arent the cert and key files the ones that are extracted after you install devcert or are they totally different. if so. how do i create them. i followed the instructions and after i clicked on start and it said completed 1/1, nothing was created. empty folder. thats all.

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