G.Desk for S60v3 phones
Note: GDesk is beta software – this is not considered to be bug free!
By using this software you are indicating your acceptance of the following terms:
Use of GDesk is at your own risk. The author is not responsible for any type of loss or damage caused directly or indirectly by the use of this software.
This software can expose system applications which might be dangerous to your phone and data.
This software is copyright Gary Leach.
This package contains:
GDesk.x.yy.SIS - the main application install - install in the normal way
GDeskClock.x.yy.SIS - a clock plug-in - install in the normal way to add a clock to GDesk
GDeskAgnView.x.yy.SIS - an agenda view plug-in - install in the normal way to add an agenda list to GDesk
GDeskTaskMan.x.yy.SIS - a task manager plug-in - install in the normal way to add a simple task switcher to GDesk
GDeskInfoView.x.yy.SIS - a plug-in to add display of various pieces of information - install in the normal way
GDeskShortcuts.x.yy.SIS - a plug-in to add shortcuts to call/SMS/MMS/e-mail a contact, or add a new agenda item
GDeskManual.htm - the manual
readme.htm - this readme
Some .gdd files - these are GDesk desktop designs - copy them to your phone and then use the Load Design feature in the Design menu to activate them
've tried to keep everything as cross-platform as possible and this has included the GDD design files.
You should be able to load any GDD file into GDesk - there are loads of them on the GDesk Wiki - gdesk.wetpaint.com
Details of self-signing:
You require two packages that are supplied free as part of the Nokia Symbian SDK. I'm fairly sure that I can't post them here but they're probably around the place.
The first package is MakeKeys
MakeKeys -cert -password gdesk -len 2048 -dname "CN=GDesk OR=FiendSoft" gdesk.key gdesk.cer
(Note you can use whatever you want for password and CN/OR)
You'll then need to press a load of keys to give it some random data to work with. Any key presses will do.
This produces a certificate and key.
The next package is SignSis
SignSis -s GDesk.sis GDesk.signed.sis gdesk.cer gdesk.key gdesk
The last parameter is the password specified above. For the SIS files put whichever SIS file you're signing (remember to do any plug-ins you want)
This should produce a signed SIS file that you can copy to your phone and install via a file manager.
Again, note that I haven't been able to try any of this!
Ive attached the debug build, and the minimal version as well for those who wud need it