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If you have a tablet – or maybe an old phone lying around at home in a cupboard – you can keep your spare MitID app on it. You will need an activation code to activate the app before you can use it.
You can get an activation code for at spare MitID app by:
Alternatively, you can get an activation code at the Citizen Service Centre. Remember to book an appointment and bring valid documentation.
Scan your passport/internatonal ID card with your MitID app to get an activation code
Even if you don't have a spare phone or tablet - or if you don't want to use the MitID app - you might still want to consider activating the MitID app. It can be a good solution if you, for example, lose your code display or audio code reader. It isn’t possible to have two code displays at the same time, just as you can't have a code display with an audio code reader.
You can get a MitID code display as a spare if you have an active MitID app. It can only be activated with the MitID app. It is only possible to have one active code display at a time – and you can't keep an inactive code display as a spare.
If you lose your active MitID code display without having a MitID app, you will need to get help to activate a new one at a Citizen Service Centre. Find the nearest Citizen Service Center and book a time
The same applies to the MitID audio code reader, which is designed for the visually impaired and blind.
How to order a MitID code display
How to order a MitID audio code reader