Good morning, I would like to know how to shutdown the tablet when it is running the kiosk mode. I press the button off but nothing happens.
You can either go into settings and power off normally or turn off the setting from within settings > advanced > hide system dialogs. This will allow the normal power off dialog to appear.
Would you consider adding a timer option to the Display Off/On feature? Setting to have display off and back on based on a daily schedule.
There is a feature in the app under Settings > Power.
Hello, we are still testing and have a last problem we encountered,
We display surveys with kioskbrowser, but every session is only valuable for 24 min, we have a script to call on a script to renew it each time, so when the survey is open, and nobody was completing it, it refreshes so when someoebody starts completing it, it works.
The problem now is, after sleep mode, this doesnt work, so we have a timeout error and the page stays on timeout error all day. Unless we clear cookies, but when we clear cookies all the time, we get error message csfr token is not identified.
Is there a possibility to clear cookies when the tablet comes out of sleep mode?
Or maybe you know another solution for this problem?
Thank you very much!
We are on the brink of releasing this today, the feature should be available within the next hour. See changelog here https://kioskbrowser.userecho.com/topic/877861-remote-management-changelog/
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but the player don´t play them.
We have 5 KioskBrowsers running all on GalaxyTabs being remotely managed by the kioskbrowser remote solution.
We usually have Kiosk Browser running in the background when a user opens a local application using your API, Android.openApplication('myapp'). It is usual for Kiosk Browser to remain in the background for several hours until a user might bring it back to front using the home button.
This behaviour takes place in all Tabs, consistenly.
We haven't had the time to do a thorough debugging (that is why we are not being more specific, except for the page reload issue), but from our webserver logs (KioskBrowser consumes a site hosted by us), we can see weird things happening with the sessions, as well.
Before we spend time trying to debug the situation, we first wanted to know if this is a known issue or expected behaviour.
Thank you in advanced,
Tried this on my Android Lollipop device, but it seems that focus is not being regained after any time that was specified. Also, I was able to switch apps "once out" using the drawer soft button. Not tested on another device, but can do so in the morning
I can't use this app if I cant get barcode data into the web page.
We were testing how well Kiosk Browser disables all the extra menus. Our test guy was able to disable wifi by fast clicking buttons. I had all the local management tools disabled from the remote management Profile. Including multi-tap, access to notifications, progress bar, system bar, system dialogs and fullscreen.
Now I cant access the device any more because it doesn't have wifi connection. All it shows is "Web page not available" because it obviously cannot access the network.
Device is Asus ZenPad 10 (P023). It doesn't have sim card slot. Tried even factory resetting the device but not possible because it apparently has only Fastboot mode which requires that USB debugging is enabled.
Do you have any extra backdoor in your software or any way to factory reset the device?
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