SOTI script to enable Honeywell CT60 provisioning mode

SOTI script to enable Honeywell CT60 provisioning mode

Does anyone manage honeywell dolphin devices?  I am trying to push out a package containing EZConfig XML settings however the devices (CT60) have to be in provisioning mode to have the settings applied.  I assume I can setup a pre and post install script in the package to enable and then reboot the device?

Does anyone know the script string to enable honeywell provisioning mode and trigger the update?  Seems like "watchsettings on" is not supported on these devices as they are enterprise not plus devices.

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Fredrik Elmertoft | posted this 21 March 2019

Hi Mark

 

You actually do not need to reboot the device for ezconfig settings to apply.

 

I usually use this intent in the post install script which will set the settings of the xml-file without a reboot. In some cases you need to change the path and name of the file, but you get the drift. Please report back after you tested this, it has always work great for me and I belive i have even tried it on a ct60.

 

sendintent -b "intent:#Intent;action=com.honeywell.tools.deviceconfig.enabledeviceconfig;S.deviceconfigfilepath=/sdcard/honeywell/persist/deviceconfig.xml;launchFlags=0x0000020;end"

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Mark R | posted this 21 March 2019

Thanks Fredrik, this looks like it works for me too. 

I'm new to EMM and android, how do people discover the intents that are available?  Is there a reference somewhere or an app or command to list intents (particularly for third party software like the honeywell stuff)?

Basically how did you discover this?  :)

Cheers.

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Fredrik Elmertoft | posted this 22 March 2019

Hi Mark

 

Honestly i got it from a Honeywell guy in Sweden, I guess our script documentation could be better, i dont really know why all available scripts and intents are not publicly available. probably because they are often device specific.

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