Inji Setup Guide

Welcome to the Inji Setup Guide tailored specifically for our Collab Environment! This guide is designed to assist you in setting up and configuring the Inji mobile wallet app in our sandbox Collab environment. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you will be able to smoothly install and utilize the Inji app, empowering you to explore its features and functionalities effectively. Whether you're a Developer, System Integrator, or an enthusiast eager to dive into the world of digital identity, this guide will provide you with the necessary information to get started with Inji in our Collab environment. Let's begin this journey of seamless setup and exploration!


Before you start with setting up Inji, ensure you have the following in place.
  1. 1.
    Inji APK File: For Android devices,
    • If you are using an Android smartphone, click here to get the Inji apk file for installation.
    • Transfer the apk file onto the smartphone on which it is to be installed.
  2. 2.
    Inji Test Flight Access: For iOS devices,
    • If you are using an iOS device, fill out the form here to get access to the Inji app on test flight.
    • You will receive an email on the email ID (Apple ID) provided in the form.
    • Follow the instructions in the email and access Inji from the iOS device on which it is to be installed.
  3. 3.
    UIN Credentials:
    • Issuance of UIN (Unique identification number) as a demo credential will allow you to explore Inji’s capabilities and experience seamless VC sharing firsthand.
    • Fill out the form here and we will generate the demo credentials, which you can use subsequently on the Inji app to download and share Verifiable Credentials (VCs).
    Note: Please use 111111 as the OTP, for any OTP based feature in Collab environment.

Step-by-Step Process

To effectively set up the Inji app and manage Verifiable Credentials (VCs), follow these detailed steps:
Step 1 : Install the Inji Resident App
  1. 1.
    For a step-by-step guide on how to install the Inji mobile application, click here.
  2. 2.
    You can visit the section titled Installing the MOSIP Resident Mobile Application for more detailed instructions in the guide.
Step 2: Install the Inji App - To be used as Verifier App
  1. 1.
    Follow the same installation process mentioned above in step 1.
  2. 2.
    Setup another instance of the Inji app on another smartphone, which can serve as the Verifier app.
Step 3: Download VC Using UIN
  1. 1.
    Download your credential (VC) onto the app by using your demo UIN.
  2. 2.
    To learn how to download VCs using the Unique Identification Number (UIN) or Virtual ID (VID) feature, click here. Refer to the section titled Downloading VC using the UIN/VID feature in the guide .
Step 4: Start Sharing the Credentials
  1. 1.
    Quick Share
    • To understand the process of sharing credentials from the Resident app to the Verifier app, click here.
    • Navigate to the section titled Sharing Credentials for detailed instructions.
  2. 2.
    Share with Face Verification
    • Discover how to share credentials with the added security of face verification by clicking here.
    • Refer to the section titled Face Authentication Flow for a step-by-step guide.

Additional Resources

Watch this informative video titled Inji Product Demo to Download and Share VC for a visual walkthrough of the features.
Click here for detailed information about Inji.
By following these instructions, you will be equipped to seamlessly set up the Inji application and effectively share your Verifiable Credentials.

Get In Touch

If you require any assistance or encounter any issues during the testing and integration process, kindly reach out to us through the support mechanism provided below.
  • Navigate to Community.
  • Provide a detailed description about the support you require or provide detailed information about the issue you have encountered, including steps to reproduce, error messages, logs and any other relevant details.
Thank you. Wishing you a pleasant experience!
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