Each released Symbian platform application needs to have at least one Unique Identification (UID) number assigned to it. This UID is then written to each file created by that application to associate the files with that application. This guarantees that the correct application is used when the file is opened (the Symbian platform does not use ambiguous file extensions for this purpose like other systems).
For full details on UIDs, refer to the Unique Identifiers chapter in the C++ Software Development Kit Documentation.
To ensure that each UID is genuinely unique, the Symbian Developer Network allocates UIDs from a centrally administrated database.
Note: If you want a few UIDs just for development, you can use numbers in the range 0x00000001 - 0x0FFFFFFF. UIDs in this range are for development only and should not appear in any released products. If you do use any development UIDs, ensure that they are replaced by registered values as soon as you decide that they will appear in a final product.
Please email email@example.com with the subject 'UID Request'. Also ensure that you submit the following information:
Your name or program name (whichever you prefer)
Your Email address
How many UIDs you require. You will be assigned a range of ten UIDs. If you require more then please give your reason for requiring more.
Failure to send any of the required information will cause delay to the process.
Series 60 v0.9 0x101F6F88
Series 60 v1.0 0x101F795F
Series 60 v1.1 0x101F8201
Series 60 v1.2 0x101F8202
Series 60 v2.0 0x101f7960
Series 60 2nd Edition 0x101f7960
Series 60 2nd Edition + Feature Pack 1 0x101F9115
Series 60 2nd Edition + Feature Pack 2 0x10200BAB
Nokia 3650 0x101F7962
Nokia 6600 0x101F7963
Nokia 6620 0x1020216B
Nokia 6630 0x101F7964
Nokia 7610 0x101FD5DB
Nokia 7650 0x101F6F87
Nokia N-Gage 0x101F8A64
Siemens SX1 0x101F9071