Introduction

Mobile Document Authenticator Regula 1120. User Manual

Contents

Description

Links to the demo apps

How to perform an authenticity check and face comparison

Android

  1. Disable NFC. Turn on Bluetooth as it will be used to connect the app to the device Regula 1120.

  2. Download a special app provided by Regula.

  3. Open the app. Ths initialization of the app starts. Wait for a while.

  4. Open Settings. If the app asks for permission to take pictures and record video, allow it.

  5. Open Authenticator.

  6. Enable the Use Authenticator option. If the app requests access to the device's location, allow it. It is required for pairing the authenticator with the app.

  7. Open Device name.

  8. In the editing area, type the name of your authenticator (see the 2nd item in FAQ).

  9. Open Advanced Settings.

  10. Enable Developer mode to display all available scenarios.

  11. Enable RFID chip reading (optional).

  12. Enable Face matching if you need to perform face comparison. Note: This option requires an Internet connection.

  13. Turn on the device Regula 1120.

  14. Attach the device to your mobile phone.

  15. Launch the Authentication scenario. If the app requests access to the device's location, allow it. Green icons will appear when the device Regula 1120 connects to the mobile phone.

  16. Point the camera at the document. Wait until a UV flash appears. Then the document will be processed. The RFID chip will be read and face comparison will start if the corresponding options are enabled (see steps 11 and 12). After that, the scanning results will be displayed.

For more information, see FAQ.

iOS

  1. Turn on Bluetooth as it will be used to connect the app to the device Regula 1120.

  2. Download a special app provided by Regula.

  3. Open the app. Ths initialization of the app starts. Wait for a while. If the app fails to open, follow the steps described here.

  4. Open Settings.

  5. Open Authenticator.

  6. Enable the Use Authenticator option. If the app requests access to the device's location, allow it. It is required for pairing the authenticator with the app.

  7. Open Device name.

  8. In the editing area, type the name of your authenticator (see the 2nd item in FAQ).

  9. Enable RFID chip reading (optional).

  10. Enable Face matching if you need to perform face comparison. Note: This option requires an Internet connection.

  11. Turn on the device Regula 1120 .

  12. Attach the device to your mobile phone.

  13. Launch the Authentication scenario. If the app requests access to the Camera, Bluetooth, allow it. Green icons will appear when the device Regula 1120 connects to the mobile phone.

  14. Point the camera at the document. Wait until a UV flash appears. Then the document will be processed. The RFID chip will be read and face comparison will start if the corresponding options are enabled (see steps 9 and 10). After that, you'll see the scanning results.

For more information, see FAQ.

FAQ

Android

1) The Authentication scenario is not visible or unavailable.

Solution:

Enable Developer mode. After that, the Authentication scenario will be found at the end of the list.

2) The authenticator is not connected to the app.

Solution:

Enable the option Use Authenticator in the app settings and type the name of your authenticator in the editing area, e.g. Regula 0123, where 0123 is the last four characters of the device's serial number or Regula BLE123. The name of the device Regula 1120 depends on the version of the firmware. To verify that you wrote the correct name, go to the Bluetooth settings of your mobile device.

iOS

1) Untrusted Enterprise Developer: After the app is installed, you may encounter the following message:

Solution:

2) The authenticator is not connected to the app.

Solution:

Enable the option Use Authenticator in the app settings and type the name of your authenticator in the editing area, e.g. Regula 0123, where 0123 is the last four characters of the device's serial number or Regula BLE123. The name of the device Regula 1120 depends on the version of the firmware. To verify that you wrote the correct name, go to the Bluetooth settings of your mobile device.