The file-based token will be in a .zip file named AM_Token.zip.
Place the .zip in the same directory as the Token Converter files.
Extract the .sdtid file in the .zip to the directory.
Launch a command line prompt and navigate to the Token Converter folder.
Enter the following command to convert the file-based token from /sdtid to a QR code to be imported on an Android device: java -jar TokenConverter.jar <fileBasedtokenName>.sdtid -android -qr -o qrCode.jpeg. In the image above the sdtid file is named android1x so the command would be:
To convert the .sdtid file for an iOS device, change -android to -ios.
This command creates a file named qrCode.jpeg, an image that will be generated in the same folder that holds the QR code, then it can be scanned from the end user's mobile application.
If the file-based token is protected by a password, the password should also be provided when entering the command (java -jar TokenConverter.jar <fileBasedtokenName>.sdtid -android -qr -p <password> -o qrCode.jpeg), as follows: