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I'd personally use Tasker for something like this. The process would be quite simple: New Trigger -> Time Give a time window (workday 7:00 am to 5:00 pm) Check "Repeat:" every xx and change to Minutes New Task -> Name (something like "Open Webpage") New Action -> Net -> Browse URL Type in URL That Task should cause the device to relaunch the webpage ...


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Just insert this code anywhere in your kiosk browser content to refresh your web app every one minute: <script type="text/javascript"> setTimeout(function () { location.reload(true); }, 60000); </script>


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Lollipop has chrome as its default browser. Even devices which had native browser on KitKat deletes the native browser upon lollipop update.


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This can be turned on/off in Chrome using flags. This is on the user end though and cannot be change in the browser from a website or app. You can also do this in your own app using the api for webview or websettings and make "getMediaPlaybackRequiresUserGesture(false)" it is by default set to "(true)" ...


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Yes, it's possible, but you need devices running on Android 4.1 JellyBean or above (as of testing). Otherwise, you'll get "Parse error" message when installing it. Note: I'm using the APK from here. I checked the content of the manifest using aapt and on line #31649: E: uses-sdk (line=12) A: android:minSdkVersion(0x0101020c)=(type 0x10)0x10 A: ...



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