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You need to place the file outside of the downloads folder.

Its basically the root storage path of the device. So within a file explorer app, you will be able to see folders such as kioskbrowser, pictures etc... 

Hi,

It's already possible to paste. Alternatively they could copy the XML file over to the device for automatic registration. Some customers utilise the JavaScript interface to make registration easier. I.e. create customer specific pages, ask them to set the URL to mydomain.com/cust then click a register button.


https://kioskbrowser.userecho.com/forums/2-knowledge-base/topics/373-registering-devices-in-large-volumes/

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You can use %LOCALCONTENT% as the URL which points to the folder kioskbrowser/localcontent. Alternatively you can use %LOCALSTORAGE% more information can be found here http://kioskbrowser.userecho.com/forums/2-knowledge-base/topics/72-url-parameters/

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As mentioned in the article, we currently only expose the kioskurl property. 

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No I'm afraid there is no such feature in Kiosk Browser.

Hi,

No I'm afraid this is not possible. Google changed the way apps are granted permissions in Android 6.0 or higher, we can't grant permissions ourselves.

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Please see responses below.


  1. There isn't an actual limit, but values are just stored in an xml file provided by the Android Shared Preferences API. It's designed to store Kb's of data and nothing more.
  2. Yes.
  3. Available from anywhere you can call the JS function.
  4. You can clear the value by using setValue(null)