And lock the device to it?
It’s easy to do on Linux
But on Linux GPU is unusable.
I couldn’t understand well what you said. Can you describe it in detail? Thanks
Is it possible to run Android with only Chrome browser starting automatically on boot?
Like, you know, running startup service: /usr/bin/startx /usr/bin/chromium-browser --no-sandbox --start-fullscreen --app=" https://www.youtube.com/embed/Xk2mM_HO9iQ?vq=hd1080&version=3&autoplay=1&loop=1&showinfo=1&hd=1&playlist=Xk2mM_HO9iQ"
on Ubuntu but on Android
So you can boot VIM and get only Chrome browser running a certain web site under Android? It is extremely important question for me as it will allow me to use VIM2 that eating dust on the shelf now because there’s no GPU support under Linux.
Is it possible?
Something like this should do the trick
I found them to be a bit flaky when I last tried using them - but there are many different ones out there so one should be available that will work.
Just use special applications.
SureFox Kiosk Browser Lockdown
SureFox uses Android Device Administrator permission for advanced lockdown features.
SureFox is a lockdown browser you can use for controlling what web sites your users can browse on Android tablets and smartphones. This can be very useful if you want to deploy Android tablets in public areas such as restaurants, cabs, trade shows, conferences, libraries, schools, hospital waiting lounges, field force etc and you want to ensure that the users can only access allowed website and nothing else on...
Fully Kiosk Browser & App Lockdown
Fully Kiosk is a configurable Android Kiosk Browser and App Launcher. Lockdown and restrict your websites and lock other apps in kiosk mode. Fully Kiosk Browser provides fullscreen kiosk mode, motion detection, remote admin and many other features for your digital signages, interactive kiosk systems, information panels, video kiosks and any unattended Android devices.
Kiosk Browser Lockdown
Please note Chromebooks are not supported, do not install on Chromebooks.
Designed for use on any Android device and is great for creating public kiosks, interactive digital signage etc.... Lock down the user interface so that the end-user can only access your defined webpage(s) and can't adjust Android system settings or gain access to other applications.
This app uses the Device Administrator permission. You can disable this permissions via Android Settings > Security > Device Admins (before...