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If you did not explicitly tap on the "No" option, another program or message window may have popped up on your device's screen while the Unsigned prompt was displayed.
We already knew the approximate length of support for Nexus devices.
Security updates are provided for three years from release or 18 months from when they leave the Google Store, whichever is longer.
This error message may also mean that your PDA requires software to be digitally signed in order to be installed.
For the vast majority of Windows Mobile devices sold directly to consumers, software will not need to be digitally signed.