Qicky Card Help Center
We’ve put together some of the most commonly asked questions about Qicky Card.
To activate Qicky Card, tap the Qicky Card to the back of your phone or scan the card’s QR code, then click the notification that pops up. Click ”Sign Up” to create your account, then click “Activate Now” and you’re done!
Absolutely! Qicky Card will work through almost any phone case, even if it has cards or other items held in it. The only exception is if your case has a layer of metal completely blocking the Qicky Tap beneath it.
1. Ensure the device is Qicky-compatible: Compatible Devices. For sharing, the phone’s model is not a factor!
2. Make sure your Qicky product makes direct connection with the back of the receiving phone.
3. The following will disallow Qicky products from being read:
• Airplane mode
• Device flashlight ON
• Device screen OFF
• Camera open
1. Ensure the device is Qicky-compatible: Compatible Devices. For sharing, the phone’s model is not a factor!.
2. Touch your Qicky product at the center and back of the phone. This is the sweet spot for Android devices.
3. Ensure that NFC is enabled in the Settings. If your Qicky product is not being read despite being compatible with the Android device, Search for NFC in the phone Settings. Make sure it’s turned on!
For iPhones: iPhone XR, XS, XS Max, 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, SE and all future iPhone versions are Qicky Card-compatible. As far back as the 5S, all devices can scan the Qicky QR code with their cameras. This can be found on the Qicky Card.
For Android : Essentially all Android smartphones are Tap compatible. You can see our: Compatible Devices page for a full list. As far back as 2015 Android, all devices can scan the Qicky QR code with their cameras. This can be found on the Qicky Card.
In addition, you can share your Qicky profile link the traditional way through text, airdrop, e-mail, or any other means.
To tap Qicky Card to an iPhone 7, 8 and X. you must use NFC reader in the receiver control center. Click here to See the instructions.
Many Android phones will have NFC disabled by default, and you will need to turn it on.
To do this, go into Settings and search for “NFC.” Make sure the feature is enabled wherever you see it!