AdminDerek Ray (Director of Development & Technology, Mobile Labs Inc)

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    OK, that makes sense; thank you! Using self-signed root CAs for testing is not at all uncommon, so having the devices able to trust those and any certificates signed by those would certainly simplify things.

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    Does this refer to installing certificates onto individual devices, or to setting the cart up for SSL?

    If it's for individual devices, could you elaborate some on the specific use case that requires custom certs to be on the device? (It will help us fashion appropriate test cases to validate the functionality.)

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    Hi all; I've merged these together because they're really just two surface aspects of the same underlying system -- ie. the ability to manage how uploaded applications are used within GigaFox by end-users.

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    in backlog  ·  1 comment  ·  Customer Feedback for Mobile Labs » API  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Would it be more useful for this change to allow filtering against all fields returned instead of just this particular one?

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    OK - could I rephrase this idea as "add deviceKey support for Android" then?

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    Which options in particular were you referring to?

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    Given the wide variety of phones out there and the tendency of carriers to keep releasing new versions, would this work better in a different form? Say, a feature that allowed the end-user to draw their own simple-polygon notch for a given model and place it at the top or bottom of the device -- and then that notch is used for any device detected to be the same model? Simple-polygon might also be in the form of a set of predefined, resizable shapes, ie. rectangle, trapezoid, and oval?

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    started  ·  1 comment  ·  Customer Feedback for Mobile Labs » Appium  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    By "support validation tools", do you mean using the inspector in the webviewer, or the Appium API call?

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    I'm not certain what connection string you're referring to here; could you be more specific?

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    Are you wanting to restrict downloads of these applications, or restrict usage by logged-in users who don't match the specified roles?

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    under review  ·  1 comment  ·  Customer Feedback for Mobile Labs » Appium  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    I'm not entirely sure I follow what you're asking here; could you be more specific or describe a particular scenario you have in mind?

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    Would a way to filter the device list in the UI and save specific filter criteria off work to address this?

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    Could I ask what the need is for closing down the process itself? deviceControl is designed to stay open in the background so that it can maintain connectivity to the device (especially on iOS). Typically, deviceControl can be left open and just backgrounded with the "Home" button and it won't interfere with any apps or testing.

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    There are a few different things "automatically" could mean here:

    - when a user logs in for the first time, that user is automatically added with a predefined set of defaults
    - when the initial configuration to SSO is made, a subset of users can be added in bulk
    - a combination of the above two, where a subset of users is pre-authorized for access, and then a set of default settings is applied to each user when they actually sign on for the first time

    Were you thinking of one of these specifically, or something else?

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    We'd prefer not to allow all users to release devices which are retained by other users because that opens a great deal of potential for accidents, but would it work if, say, anyone assigned to the GigaFox administrator role was able to force release of a retained device?

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