1. Condoleeza's Avatar
    When I attempt to scan these, either the Barcode is fuzzy or it keeps attempting to focus but never scans. I've tried a couple of different Barcode apps and apps that require you to scan a barcode such as the LCBO and Stocard apps. Has anyone else had this issue and is there a solution?

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    05-07-15 06:02 AM
  2. bleninger's Avatar
    Just used my ATT Passport this morning to scan a medical prescription refill using the Walgreens (Android) app. It did take a few seconds, but it scanned the barcode on the label and my refill will be ready tomorrow. Haven't needed to try it on anything else yet.
    05-07-15 10:04 AM
  3. Rico4you's Avatar
    The BlackBerry OS comes with built in code scanning. Select pre installed app Intelligent Labels it has the N from nfc in middle colour light orange. There select the button scan and voila! Works great and no need to install Android apps that suck resources and battery. Good luck
    05-08-15 12:29 AM

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