- Jun 23, 2016
I have tried creating a PDF of the certificate with the tick but the only things that seems to convert to PDF are the International Travel Certificate and the vax history . The QF guide for Android says the certificate is automatically saved to Files App and to select "View Covid-19 digital certificate (PDF)" but mine says "View Covid-19 digital certificate" with no reference to PDF . When the certificate is selected the only option is save to phone on "Google Pay". I do not use Google Pay but as Google control the world I have set it up. It then says added to device but it is accessible as an image in Google Pay but not as a PDF anywhere. I have given up and it looks like a trip to a Samsung store to see if they know the secret.When you upload, are you uploading the PDF certificate? It can't be a screenshot, vax record or the international travel certificate.
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Thanks all for your thoughts. I have previously achieved a PDF (several times) from the certificate share symbol (top right corner) and managed to save it to my Adobe file a coupe of times, but when each is opened it is an earlier certificate showing only one vax even though the certificate on the screen shows both vax's. This PDF is rejected by the QF App. The document number it shows on the PDF is different to the document number it displays on the screen - different documents. I am a cynic when it comes to digital technology and this is another example. I will attempt to contact the immunisation register people.You don't need to convert anything. you just need to have the pdf created by the medicare app saved to your phone to then upload via the app. yes, it is finicky I agree.