|title||Check Your Mobile Device Operating System|
On mobile devices, SystemCheck checks the device's operating system for testing readiness. Use the same URL given to you for desktop platforms for mobile devices.
After you confirm that mobile devices meet minimum system requirements for tablets, use the sections below to set up mobile devices in your testing environment.
|title||Turn Off Auto-Correction/Predictive Text|
When using iPads on iOS 7 and iOS 8 for secure testing, turn off Auto-Correction and Predictive text:
- Tap Settings > General > Keyboard > Auto-Correction, and slide left to turn off.
- See Predictive on the same screen, and slide left to turn off.
You can setup TestNav on Android using the following instructions:
|title||Installing TestNav on Android|
To use TestNav for your testing sessions, you must first send the app to devices:
Log in to your Google Play for Education account.
Click on TestNav, and click Install.
Click Continue at the bottom of the screen after reading information on permissions.
In the Add People field, add the names or email addresses of those you want to access TestNav.
You can also enter a Google Group address or a contact group.
Google has also provided Tips on sending content on their Send free content to students page.
|title||Launching TestNav on Androids|
Tap Select Your Test.
Tap your program from the drop-down menu.
Tap Go to Customer Site, and then sign in to begin the test session.
Find and Update Release Versions
|title||Find Your Release Version|
Tap the Settings gear .
Find your release version at the top left of the screen.
|title||Update Your Release Version|
TestNav automatically updates to the latest version on Android devices.