TrilbyTV Chrome OS Kiosk Mode
NOTE: With effect from June 2022, Chrome OS will deprecate Chrome Apps, and they will no longer work on Chrome OS. We recommend using one of the alternative standalone apps.
If you have a Chrome OS device you may be able to run the Android version of TrilbyTV Player - Check out this list for Android supported Chrome devices.
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.