But how would I go about testing against Gingerbread, Froyo, etc. I have also tried multiple chords. This can be used to check whether the administrator was activated under an earlier set of policies, but requires additional policies after an upgrade. Public methods void admin, filter, int flags Called by the profile owner of a managed profile so that some intents sent in the managed profile can also be resolved in the parent, or vice versa. This method can be called on the instance returned by in order to retrieve restrictions on the parent profile. This value must never be null.
The new user will not be started in the background. This extra is still supported, but only if there is only one device admin receiver in the package that requires the permission. Additionally, a device administrator may be registered as either a profile or device owner. Returns list of other s on the device. New policies will not be available to the updated administrator until the user has accepted the new list.
Value is either 0 or. Either this extra or must be present. Remember that even a change in screen orientation causes the current activity to be destroyed, so you should test that accidental device movements don't accidentally lose the application state. Throws if admin is not a device owner. Otherwise a will be thrown. Throws if admin is not a device owner.
Returns a string representation of the object. These include a change to the device's orientation, a change to the current language, and so forth. Returns int the current grant state specified by device policy. Throws if the calling application does not own an active administrator that uses if the calling user is locked or has a managed profile. ActivityUnitTestCase The test case class tests a single activity in isolation. Throws if admin is not a device owner.
Throws if admin is not a device or a profile owner. This method is expected to be used for testing purposes only. . No, if you refuse a breathalyzer you are not admitting guilt to the act of driving under the influence. Suggested Resolution: Remove the UiThreadTest annotation, remove the runOnUiThread call, or re-factor your tests. To get all the user restrictions currently set, use. Nov 10, 2011 I have a project that compiles and runs in the emulator.
Parameters admin ComponentName: Which this request is associated with, or null if the caller is an enable system app delegate. I'm not sure how I can get it, though a few applications such as Power Manager, Any Cut, etc. In order to protect any sensitive data that remains on the device, it is advised that the device owner factory resets the device instead of calling this method. This will be returned by. Parameters admin ComponentName: which this request is associated with This value must never be null. The caller must be a profile or device owner on that user, or the package allowed to manage application restrictions via with the scope; otherwise a security exception will be thrown.
The profile owner package will be installed on the new user. Each must have both as disclaimer header, and as disclaimer content. Constant Value: 2 0x00000002 added in public void addCrossProfileIntentFilter admin, filter, int flags Called by the profile owner of a managed profile so that some intents sent in the managed profile can also be resolved in the parent, or vice versa. Parameters admin ComponentName: Which this request is associated with. The calling device admin must be a device owner or profile owner. Throws if admin is not an active administrator.