An Android tablet makes a great “kiosk” device–a tablet restricted to one specific app for your business. You can create a makeshift kiosk using an app called Kiosk Browser Lockdown. If you will be using Qpop™ on a customer-facing Android device, you will most likely want to lock down your tablet to the specific app that will be running Qpop.
- Locate your Qpop™ URL on a computer by navigating to your RepairQ Dashboard. Click the "Launch Qpop™" button in the right-side shortcut menu. Write down or keep nearby the URL in the URL bar, as you will need it later in the setup.
- Download the Kiosk Browser Lockdown app from the Google Play Store.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to always select Kiosk Browser as your Home app.
- Navigate through the setup until you get to the browser home page. Click the "Settings" button on the top right. Enter the default password: 0000.
- Scroll down and click Admin then Settings Password. Enter a new password twice, making sure it is something you and your team will remember. Then save it and go back to Settings.
- Click General then Kiosk URL, and enter the URL for your Qpop app from Step 1.
- Navigate out of settings and you should be met with your Qpop launch screen, where you can then begin the pairing process.