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27 Nov 2019
I've been trying to install a ESIM on to my Cosmo.

The ESIM (QR Code) was supplied by EE in the UK.

There are a number of issues:

When you scan the QR code (or enter manually) it fails to install the ESIM profile. The error message says:

Processing Activation Code - SM-DP+MUTUAL AUTHENTICATION - MUTUAL AUTHENTICATION operation failed.
ES9+.InitiateAuthentication error: java.security.cert.CertPathValidatorException: Trust anchor for certification path not found

The SM-DP that is included in the QR code is: sm-v4-010-a-gtm.pr.go-esim.com (matches details on EE website)

I've looked at the trusted certs loaded onto the Cosmo (Android -> Settings ->Security & Location -> Advanced -> Encryption & credentials -> Trusted Credentials)

There are lots - but no idea what cert i need to load or where the real problem is. Android does not like self signed certs and i'm thinking this is what EE have done.

Has anybody got ESIM to work? Anywhere - country or network?

I'm wondering if this is an EE problem in the UK. They do support some Android devices (Pixel 4, Samsung Galaxy??)
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