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titleLaunching TestNav on Chromebooks
  1. Power on the Chromebook, but do not log in.
  2. In the lower left hand of the screen, select Apps > TestNav to launch TestNav.
    A message appears, informing you that you can use <ctrl><alt>s to exit Chrome OS when you first launch TestNav. This only works while the message displays.
  3. To shut down and exit kiosk mode after the app launches, hold down the Power button.

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titleUpdating your Release Version

After you install TestNav from the Chrome Web Store, it should automatically update by one of the following:

  1. TestNav auto-updates in kiosk mode.
  2. TestNav auto-updates on a timeframe specified within the Chrome Web Store for non-kiosk mode implementations.

However, if your technology environment does not allow for automatic updates, you can manually update TestNav to the newest version:

  1. Remove the outdated version of the app.
  2. Install the latest version from the Chrome Web Store.

 iPad

You can set up TestNav on an iPad for secure testing using one of the following methods:

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titleGuided Access Mode - iOS 7 and iOS 8
  1. Rotate the iPad to landscape orientation.
  2. Tap Settings > General > Accessibility > Guided Access.
    • Turn on Guided Access.
    • Set Passcode.
    • Tap Accessibility Shortcut.

Using TestNav with Guided Access (iOS 7 and iOS 8)

  1. Launch TestNav app.
  2. Triple click the Home button and enter the passcode.
  3. Tap Options.
    • Turn off Sleep/Wake.
    • Turn on Volume Buttons setting.
    • Turn off Motion to lock iPad to landscape mode.
    • Turn on Touch setting.
  4. Tap Start.

Exiting TestNav/Closing Guided Access mode

  1. Triple-click the Home button.
  2. Enter the passcode.
  3. Tap end in the upper left-hand corner.

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titleUpdating Your Release Version

After you install TestNav from the app store, it should automatically update. However, if your technology environment does not allow for automatic updates, you can manually update the application using one of the following methods:

  • Over-the air (MDM-managed iPads)
  • Apple App Store
  • iTunes (tethered iPads)

If you cannot update with the above methods, manually remove the outdated version and install the latest version from the Apple App Store.

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titleTurn Off Auto-Correction/Predictive Text

When using iPads on iOS 7 and iOS 8 for secure testing, turn off Auto-Correction and Predictive text:

  1. Tap Settings > General > Keyboard > Auto-Correction, and slide left to turn off. 
  2. See Predictive on the same screen, and slide left to turn off.

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Android

 You can setup TestNav on Android using the following instructions:

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titleLaunching TestNav on Androids
  1. Tap Apps.

  2. Tap TestNav.

  3. Tap Select Your Test.

  4. Tap your program from the drop-down menu.

  5. Tap Go to Customer Site, and then sign in to begin the test session.

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