Security Certificate Error Notifications Popping Up on Android Side of the Display
Several users have notified us of obtrusive Security Certificate notifications that pop up on the display while browsing the web using the built-in Android Browser. These errors are easily disabled, and require unchecking a setting in the Android Browser settings to stop them from appearing.
Use the following steps to disable this feature:
- Press the Home button and open your Browser app.
- Click the three dots in the top right-hand corner of the app and select Settings
Additionally, Certificate Errors can be caused when the Automatic Date & Time feature has been disabled on the panel. To enable this function, navigate to your Android Settings menu, select "Date & Time", then check the option next to "Automatic Date & Time".
- Select Privacy & Security and check the box next to Show security warnings
Android Recovery Screen
If your panel's Android operating system has been corrupted, you may see the screen pictured below when you attempt to turn on the panel. In order to resolve this error, you will need to select the "Factory Data Reset" option outlined in red in the ...
How to Add Certificates to the Android side of the panel
Please preload the certificate to USB drive with a certificate 1) Insert the USB drive in the Panel 2) Open Settings > Select Security 3) Select the ‘Install from the SD card’ > Select the USB drive on the left hand side 4) Select and load the ...
Firmware Files for Clear Touch Panels
UPDATED 09/26/2023: IMPORTANT: To perform a manual firmware reload of your panel, please follow the steps that have been outlined in this guide: Firmware Reload Guide If you have any questions or issues with any of the information in this article ...
Internet Access on Android
Internet/Network access on the Android side of the panel can be provided in two ways: 1. Wired- Located on the underside of the panel inputs, you'll find the Ethernet port for a hard-wired network cable. Next, in Android, go to Apps, then Settings, ...
Adding Media to EVO Display
In order for your media to be properly displayed on your EVO, you will need to ensure it is formatted correctly. The first thing to get sorted is formatting your USB thumb drive. You will need a 16GB or smaller drive formatted as FAT32. Be ...