TrilbyTV Chrome OS Kiosk Mode
If you have a Chrome OS device you should be able to run the Android version of TrilbyTV Player - Check out this list for Android supported Chrome devices.
NOTE: With effect from June 2022, Chrome OS will deprecate Chrome Apps, and they will no longer work on Chrome OS.
Kiosk Mode is a great way to run TrilbyV Player in a zero-contact set up as once running the Chrome OS device such as a Chromebit of Chromebox will require no further user input to run TrilbyTV Player.
If your Chrome device is Enterprise Managed
- Go to your Chrome Management Console and go to Device management > Chrome devices.
- Change your kiosk settings. https://support.google.com/chrome/a/answer/1375678#kiosk.
For more help setting up an enrolled device, see the Google Support docs https://support.google.com/chrome/a/answer/1360534?hl=en
- If required, our App ID is eafddklkalakbpdephfekcdhpniommih
If your Chrome device is not managed
NOTE: As of December 2017, ChromeOS no longer allows you to configure Kiosk Mode unless you have purchased a Chrome Management License.
If kiosk mode is successfully set up TrilbyTV Player should when the device starts. You can now enrol the Player in Player Dashboard and configure your player.