UIDAI has recently launched a new mAadhaar app. With the features given in it, Aadhaar users can show their information anywhere in the mobile. That is, for this, the user will not have to keep a hard copy with him at all times. In this app, the registered name, date of birth, gender, address and photo related data of the Aadhar card holder will be present.
Using the features provided in this app, users can do any Aadhaar profile, such as Aadhaar lock / unlock, biometric lock / unlock, VID generator, eKYC etc.
Apart from this, the app also allows users to reprint their Aadhaar. So if you ever lose your base, then you can easily reprint it through the mAadhaar app. Learn the whole way…
Keep these things in mind before starting the steps:
-Aadhaar app should be of latest version.
-Internet connectivity should be good.
– Mobile number linked to the base must be active.
-12 digit should be an Aadhaar card number or Virtual Aadhaar ID (VID) address.
Aadhaar reprint process
– First download and install the mAadhaar app on the phone. For this, Android users can use the Google App Store and iOS users can use the Apple App Store.
– Now open the app and login through mobile number.
– It has two sections, out of which you have to go to the section of ‘Services’. Now you tap on the ‘Order Aadhaar Reprint’ option here.
– Now tick the box of ‘Terms & Condition’ here on the next page and tap on Ok.
– Here you will get two options, ‘registered mobile number’ and ‘unregistered mobile number’. To reprint Aadhaar card, select any of these options.
– If you have registered a mobile number, first select the option ‘Registered Mobile Number’. After this enter your Aadhaar number or Virtual ID number. In this you will also have to intercept Captcha, then tap on request OTP.
If your mobile number is not registered, then go to another option ‘unregistered mobile number’ and enter your details (Aadhaar number or Virtual ID). Also, he should enter any active mobile number.
– Now put the OTP on the mobile number and complete the process.
– According to the information given on Twitter, a service charge of Rs 50 will be charged for this, and Aadhaar will come to the registered address in 15 days.