Download CAdroid – Import Certificates apk 1.0.3 free for Android smartphone

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CAdroid – Import Certificates

Posted by bitfire web engineering in Tools | May 9, 2015 | 17 Comments

Apk file size: 99.0 KB

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Importing a self-signed certificate to your Android device to ensure secure connections can be a pain when you need to do it manually. CAdroid greatly simplifies this workflow: Type your server address, fetch and view your certificate and then let CAdroid export it to the correct format that Android needs. CAdroid saves it to your root folder. After that you can simply import the certificate to Androids trusted credential storage.

CAdroid makes it possible to use the certificate system-wide for all apps (i.e. Android email app, synchronization apps, etc).

CAdroid was primarily developed to enhance our open source CalDAV/CardDAV sync app DAVdroid since many users complained that importing self signed certs was (too) difficult for them. CAdroid works with self-signed certificates (stand-alone or own Certificate Authority).

CAdroid itself is open source, too, of course! See

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H. Liaw

CAdroid saved my day First of all, worked like a charm. Secondly, I have spent one whole day trying to figure out how to securely connect to a personal server. This is the easiest and a very clean solution.

philip dias

Works great. Using for my self signed certificate on my pfsense router's transparent squid 3 proxy with ssl filtering.

nick merritt

Worked like a charm It really simplifies adding a self signed cert to the OS. Android sucks big time though and now required me to set up a pin code to unlock my phone, but I realize thats just good practice anyway. Now for a tablet that never leaves the home or you have permanemtly fixed to a wall that would be annoying as hell.

Oliver Wurster

works perfectly! does exactly what it says and is easy to use.

Aculeo -

Works perfectly Not much to say - does what it should do.

Samantha Cook

Didn't work Didn't work for the certificate I needed. Ugh

magnus anderssen

Just does what it says

Paris Edwards

A little confusing I'm sure this is a nice app, just can't figure out how to get certificate for my company exchange server.

samar parvaiz

Loved it

Luis Cuellar

Works perfectly Everything was done right on my phone, no need to export anything from my computer!

Rustam Abdullaev

Very limited use. Why can't I simply import from a file?

Seijuro Akashi

Thank u very much Thank for the people who made this , u help many people a lot

Low Eel

Useless Only imports ca=true certificates. So you need to use a ca certificate as a selfsigned. How to describe this?

K Seven

Subject line I require an IP on my certificate subject and this app didn't want to accept it. ---- in response: my IP address is in the alternate subject name. That's the only way I could get it to work with caldav/carddav and place the certificate on my Android through the certificate menu. This app simply didn't accept it.

Tara Bellafiore

Simple Tool Simple tool that makes grabbing a cert easy. Thanks for making it!

Gwyn Judd

Can only import CA=true certs Not much use. How can you make a self signed certificate with ca=true that can be imported by this app

Pete Ortega

App It was good

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