eSzemélyiM

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About this app

EPersonalM is an easy-to-use, free mobile application available in Hungarian and English. With the help of a mobile device with NFC (near field communication) reader and functionality, you can easily read and display the personal data stored on the personal identification card - eSpersoni - issued after January 1, 2016, and the application also helps to manage the PINs associated with the document. This way, you don't have to buy a card reader or personally visit a document office or government window customer service to unlock your ePerson's blocked PIN with your PUK and enter a new one. You can also activate and change the eIdentification and eSignature PIN, as well as enter and temporarily store your CAN number using the application. You can also make sure that your document has a service ID that allows you to use various services, especially public transport services (eg buying tickets and season tickets or validating them with some transport providers).

The application triggers the USB card reader using a utility installed on a Windows / Linux system, so that an electronic signature or identification required for electronic administration can be performed using a computer and a mobile phone. Thus, an electronic signature can also be performed using a computer and a mobile phone.

You will need to use the application
- Internet connection
- adequate NFC field strength (strength),
- the NFC chip in the mobile device to support extended length communication,
- Android mobile operating system version 7.0 or later on the mobile device
- Download the app from the Google Play Store.
Updated on
Nov 2, 2023

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