How to Install and Use the New and Improved QR Code Reader

How to Install and Use the New and Improved QR Code Reader

Step 1

Extract the file after downloading from here

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Open folder and start Setup.exe

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Step 2

Start installing, click Next

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Click Close after completing installation

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Step 3

Open Flynotes Consent application

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You will see the Flynotes app icon in the task bar

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Step 4

Open Exact application

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On the main page click Treatment Consent

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Step 5

To Scan QR Code, click the Flynotes Consent QR Scaner

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You will be automatically redirect to the profile page

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