I'm working with an app in HTML5 and i need to put a number for call,i put tel* and mailto* on build settings in network request and intent but doesnt work...my version of Cordova CLI is 4.5.1 and doesn't work
<a href="tel:+973510016>Call</a> <---on iOS works well but doesn't work on Android
on Android works the mail but not the dial
<a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">Send Mail</a><-----this works both on Android and iOS
I need help for fix the call problem
Hello many bugs fixed, but consider to replace
<activity android:launchMode="singleTop" /> with <activity android:launchMode="singleTop" android:theme="@android:style/Theme.DeviceDefault.NoActionBar" />
This is for Title before Splash Screen.
Has anyone applied that "https://github.com/oddmouse/cordova-plugin-locktask" locktask plugin ?
First, I dont know where I will put the DeviceAdminExample java file in plugin ? I put the file under the same file folder with LockTask.java
Second, I followed the instructions "here https://software.intel.com/en-us/xdk/faqs/general#android-manifest" for modifying the manifest file.
But when I put the code;
Wind River Helix* Device Cloud is a device management platform for the Internet of Things (IoT) that helps organizations greatly reduce the complexities of building and operating large-scale device deployments.
This section describes how to install the Intel® IoT Gateway Software Suite on your Intel® IoT Gateway. Afterwards, you'll add any required Intel libraries and repositories. If you've already set up your gateway device, you can skip ahead to installing the agent on your device. Otherwise, see the sections below:
In order to get started with Wind River Helix* Device Cloud, you'll need to install and configure the agent on your device. Once this is finished, you can boot up your device; the device will automatically connect to the server and register itself, providing device capabilities and configuration details.
Network or device configuration issues can prevent the device from connecting to the server. Before investigating issues on a specific device, ensure that port 443 is open on the firewall on the network to which the device connects. The agent sends non-SSL traffic over port 443 (for example, MQTT), so deep packet inspection will cause problems. Also note that the agent does not support proxies at this time.
This section contains information on the management console to view device details, create rules and alerts, view device telemetry, and more. To sign in to and access the management console:
The management console allows you to see the status of devices, create rules and alerts, and more.
To transmit and receive information between the device and the server, you need to write an application to run on the device that communicates with the server through the agent.
The agent provides C APIs to enable you to create applications. On Intel® IoT Gateway Software Suite, the device also provides the open source MRAA* I/O library to simplify sensor data collection. For more information about the library, see http://iotdk.intel.com.