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Locking down a device on Google Android tablets
Use a restricted user profile to prevent candidates from accessing apps outside of the Surpass (Legacy) tablet app on their Android tablet.
Locking down a device on Apple iPad or iPad Mini
Use Guided Access mode to prevent candidates from accessing apps outside of the Surpass (Legacy) tablet app on their Apple tablet.
1. Enable Guided Access
Select the Settings app icon, then select Accessibility. Select Guided Access, then switch the toggle on to enable Guided Access.
2. Set the passcode
Select Passcode Settings, then select Set Guided Access Passcode. Choose a passcode, and then re-enter the passcode when prompted.
3. Adjust the Guided Access restrictions
Switch the Accessibility Shortcut toggle on. Switch the Display Auto-Lock toggle on and select a value when prompted to set the amount of time before the device automatically locks due to inactivity during the Guided Access session.
4. Adjust the tablet restrictions
To disable your device’s spell-checker and auto-correct settings, navigate to the Settings app and select General, then Keyboard. Switch the Auto-Correction and Check Spelling toggles off.
5. Activate Guided Access
Open the Surpass (Legacy) tablet app. Triple-press the Home button to launch Guided Access. Select Options to adjust the settings for the session and select Done to save. Select Start.
The device is now locked down under Guided Access and the candidate may begin the test.
6. Ending Guided Access
When you are finished using Surpass, end Guided Access mode by triple-pressing the Home button. Enter the passcode when prompted. Guided Access mode is now disabled.
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