No more security warnings
Published by Steve Litchfield at 8:05 UTC, August 25th 2010
Q. Help! I'm getting utterly fed up with all the security warnings in Web on my Nokia smartphone. For example, “You are leaving a secure page. Continue?”. Over and over again. Talk about living in a nanny state! Is there a way to upgrade Web so that it doesn't keep nagging me?
A. I quite agree. Nokia has users' best interests at heart and the warnings are, theoretically, valid. However, in the real world and, especially, for power users, the warnings are simply annoying. Luckily, there's a little-known setting that will hide the messages.
- In Web on any S60 3rd Edition phone, go into 'Settings>General'
- Scroll down to the setting 'Security warnings'.
- Change it to read 'Hide'.
Job done, and you shouldn't be bothered again!
(This original text of mine was originally published in Smartphone Essentials magazine and re-purposed here with kind permission)
I know I am late but I just want to say thanks for the nice input.
There is a lot to read but it does help.
I agree this is crap. Oracle is slowly destroying Java. Your going to have to be a large company to even write a signed applet to test.
either way, if we do the work as far as writing it all up, im sure hes more likely to finish the job for us than if we just go to him with "WE WANT A FAQ SECTION"
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