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That's exactly the solution. Android accept only certificate in "Binary mode". If you have a certificate in Text mode, which is the most common certificate format, convert it simply in "DER Binary" format. After this, push the certificate into the "download folder of the Android device and use the "Install from SD Card" menu to install the certificate. ...


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From StackOverflow: How to install trusted CA certificate on Android device? I spent a lot of time trying to find an answer to this (I need Android to see StartSSL certificates). Conclusion: Android 2.1 and 2.2 allow you to import certificates, but only for use with WiFi and VPN. There is no user interface for updating the list of trusted root ...



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