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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Straydog, Nov 22, 2013.

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    After placing two PFX certificates on my SD card, I go to
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    I followed all the links, read them, installed two certificate installers from the Play Store, but it seems that they install only other kind of certificates and not those I mentioned on my post — PFX. The same one that other people are looking for.

     
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    What is the extension of the certificate files?

    .cer?

    If so then you will need to convert them so android can read them using a .crt file extension.
     

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