BT Switch - A small utility for S60 3rd ed phones for switching Bluetooth on and off.
The package needs to be signed through Open Signed Online, by following these steps:
# Download the package to be signed.
# Go to the Symbian Signed website and choose Open Signed Online on the front page. (Or try this direct link.)
# Enter the IMEI number of your phone (you can find this by typing *#06# on the phone), your email address, and point to the install package you just downloaded.
# Select the capabilities needed for the specific application. If unsure, select all (there's no harm in doing that).
# Fill out the captcha, review the legal agreement, check the box if you accept it, and press send.
# Wait for a confirmation mail sent to the email address entered earlier. Visit the URL in the mail to confirm that the package should be signed.
# Wait for another mail telling you that the signing is complete. Visit that URL, and you'll get the signed package which you can install on your phone.
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