Under Kiosk Launcher, you can select the Single App running on Kiosk, restrict Home Screen and Notification Center.
How to enter: Go to Admin Console > Kiosk > Config File. > Kiosk Launcher, you will see:
Single App Mode
You can use Single App Mode to provide lockdown and secure environment on your Kiosk devices.
Select App: Set one app as the default app under Kiosk
NOTE: You can only select ONE whitelisted app to run under Kiosk mode. You can also disable the Single App Mode, by clicking on the icon.
When you set an app, you need to define the duration of relaunch this app.
For some single-purpose Kiosk devices, we suggest you enable "Keep running" to avoid users tempered with your devices.
NOTE: If you enable "Keep running", you can ONLY EXIT Kiosk mode from Admin Console.
Options 1: Go to Device > Device List > select your device you wish to exit Kiosk > click on the Kiosk icon > Exit Kiosk Mode
Options 2: Go to Kiosk > Config. File > Select your config. file > click on the device you want to remove > Remove
Set a delay to relaunch the browser (In seconds): If you want to exit Kiosk from your device, you can set the interval (1s - 60s) of relaunching the browser/app.
Under Home Screen, you can hide system status bar or navigation bar to enhance user experience on Kiosk.
1. Use system status bar: If you enable this, you will see more information of the system bar.
2. Hide the navigation bar of the bottom screen: If you enable this, you will hide the navigation buttons at the bottom. (ONLY works for devices who have the virtual navigation bar.)
3. Full-Screen Mode: If you enable this, you will hide system status bar AND navigation bar and the Notification messages WILL NOT be displayed.
(It will also disable Hide the navigation bar of the bottom screen as well.)
NOTE: If you need to enter any texts on any apps (e.g. Chrome), please TAP the bottom space and TAP on the search bar and the keyboard will pop up.)
You need to enable Notification Center to restrict users to access your device's settings:
If you disable it, users cannot rotate the device and use apps that only support the horizontal display.
If you disable it, users cannot use the flashlight.
3. View and switch apps
If you disable it, users cannot switch and access between different apps. It is useful for devices that need to run multiple apps.
4. Clear apps
For some older devices, if you disable it, you cannot kill apps that running in the background to avoid the "lag" issue.
5. Allow USB Notification
If you disable this, you will not see the USB connection notification and change the type of USB connection.
6. Choose notification Center position (Android 8.0 and above)
This only applies to devices are on Android 8.0 or above. For this setting, you can select to activate the notification bar from the Bottom, Left or Right of the screen.