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I received a .crt certificate to install on my new galaxy tab 10.1. How do I install it?

I see that I can "install from USB storage" but couldn't figure out where this storage is.

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marked as duplicate by Al E., geffchang, Izzy, t0mm13b, GAThrawn Nov 5 '13 at 11:30

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Have a look at my answer to this question. – FriendFX May 28 '14 at 9:55


  1. Save your .p12 or .cer certificate to external SD card in root directoy.
  2. Navigate "Home" --> "Applications" --> "Settings"
  3. Select "Location and Security"
  4. Under "Credential storage" have the first item "Use secure credentials" selected / checked
  5. Select "Install encrypted certificates from SD card" and it would pop up the name of the certificate file found in the SD card 6 . Provide the certificate import password if any.
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