In brief... if you've obtained a DevCert after the 23/June (despite by the website you used to get it) then:
- You can't sign any .sis app (or .sis mod), but only those (few) which UID belongs to the unprotected-range (eg: RP+ Lite Version and HelloOX 2.03)
- You can't hack anymore the phone using HelloOX 2.11 or JustHackIt! or CertHack (because these contains an embedded .sis which UID is not in the unprotected-range)
- You can still hack it using HelloOX 2.03 (if your phone is supported)
- You can still hack it using a modded UDA (valid for ALL the devices)
The way I prefeer is to create an hacked UDA by adding the *.ldd files only... Then sign (using a DevCert) and install RP+ Lite Version (it can be signed using the new DevCerts too)
Doing in this way, if you don't apply any patches, you can be sure that the phone will behave exactly as the original, because all components are 100% original, no component is permanently replaced...
And when you want to change the behaviour from "vanilla" to "hacked", you just need to apply the included installserver and open4all patches.
You can even put them in "auto" if you need to use the phone as "hacked" for most of time.
Edited by Il.Socio, 11 July 2011 - 18:54.