Old certificate which does not expired, not working after renew

Hello @neonguyen, welcome to the Let's Encrypt community. :slightly_smiling_face:

The Android version is important in assisting.

Here is a reference on [Long (default) and Short (alternate) Certificate Chains Explained ](Long (default) and Short (alternate) Certificate Chains Explained, as Androids has Chain of Trust - Let's Encrypt Root Certificate that is signed by the Expired Cross-signed by DST Root CA X3. So Long Chains are often need with support for Androids.

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