Launch SOTI surf from script on device
Perhaps the following script may help you:
sendintent -a "intent://URL#Intent;scheme=https;action=android.intent.action.VIEW;component=net.soti.surf;end"
That's easy. You can restrict SOTI Surf so that the URL bar is not displayed. If full screen is the primary reason for using SOTI Surf then you can just use the intent call within your script to launch the full screen webview directly to whatever site you are accessing.
Cool that works pretty well.
Side question related to that: That intent prompts the user to choose a browser. Is there a way to force choose that browser perhaps through an intent? We've got about a hundred of these in the field and I'd rather not have users in Chrome if I can avoid it.
I'd like the lock screen to have links to the most commonly used webapps, but that's not really a requirement. The big thing for us is to keep the users in work apps on the device. Because of this we don't want them being able to enter a url.
Do you need to launch into different URLs in SOTI surf or just one? You could set your Surf homepage to a specific URL or add the catalog view in Surf to offer multiple shortcuts within the context of that app.
Alternative to Surf you can open a webview to a specific URL with an Intent. Not sure if you can launch Surf and pass through a URL in the same way. Perhaps you could observe the ADB logcat view when the surf:// launch option is being used to see how the Agent is launching the browser?
sendintent -a https://google.com;action=android.intent.action.VIEW;end
Yeah using lockdown but having to run a script on the device to change scanner settings (Datalogic don't do mulitple scanner profiles like Zebra...) so doing script:// to run it, and that's the snag.
Here's the script as it is now:
sendIntent -b "intent:#Intent;component=com.datalogic.dxu/.plugin.EnterpriseReceiver;action=com.datalogic.dxu.action.APPLY_SETTINGS;S.path=/sdcard/ScannerSettings.dxu;end;"
Are you using the SOTI Lockdown? You can just use surf:// in order to launch into a specific website.