The title says it all. This bug has been reported on the official Nokia forums. Users have complained about it. According to the users there is bug in Nokia N8 which is all about the SSL, in Nokia N8 SSL is not fully implemented. You can look at other worst bugs in Nokia N8.
There is an application named as JavaME, this app uses the SSL (SecureConnection) in order to communicate with the server on port 4421 and the server uses a Thawte Server CA certificate. This works fine on almost all the phones but when it comes to Nokia N8 it throws an exception. The exception is:
Untrusted server certificate
While looking at the list of certificates in Nokia N8 you can easily find this certificate, but the device is still throwing an exception, I just can’t understand why the phone is throwing an exception. This is definitely a huge flaw in the Nokia N8. If the phone uses a SSL it is not able to access the phone’s root-certificates from JavaME. It is still not clear that
No official words from Nokia on this issue, but I hope that this will be fixed in the next firmware update. What do you think? Nokia N8 a flop? Or a hit?