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I've described how to do exacly this on my page, "Installing CAcert certificates on Android as 'system' credentials without lockscreen - instructions" at http://wiki.pcprobleemloos.nl/android/cacert I've also posted it on the cyanogenmod forum: ...
I was looking into the same issue, and it was answered on XDA http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2537794 In short - it is possible if your phone is rooted to move the certificate to the System section. Very annoying that it is not possible to exclude certificates from this warning - it only produces noise when I know that the cert is OK to ...
I've written an article on creating & installing CAcert certificates as Android System Certificates (Android >=4.2), thus allowing you to use your device without lockscreen: http://wiki.pcprobleemloos.nl/android/cacert Main part of my article: cat root.crt > 5ed36f99.0 openssl x509 -inform PEM -text -in root.crt -out /dev/null >> 5ed36f99.0 ...
I have the same problem, can you try putting the certificate into the "System certificates" as shown here: http://nblock.org/2011/09/03/how-to-update-the-android-certificate-store/ I don't have a linux system on hand at the moment, so I cannot really try it out. Let me know if it works!
Tap the user and scroll to the end. Tap on remove. I did it for my CA, and nothing changed except I didn't get any more message. I'm sure someone will come up with a proper solution, but this worked for me (for now).
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