Mobile Management

The Mobile Management feature assists in overseeing devices and applications. It's mandatory to register each device intended for testing purposes. 


Let us understand how Opkey helps you manage your mobile devices. 


Login to Opkey and select the project to work on

On the left panel of your Project Workspace select the Tools icon. 





Select Mobile Management under the heading of Management. 




On the pop-up, select the Application Management tab. 





Application Management: 

Here, you can manage your Android/iOS applications which can be further used for testing on mobile devices. 

Click on the ‘Add New Application(s)’ button to add new Android/iOS applications. 




Click on ‘Upload Instrumented Application(s) ‘to upload instrumented applications. 




Click on ‘Add new applications from pCloudy‘ to add new apps from the pCloudy. 




Once you have selected the devices or applications, Click on the ‘Save’ button to save all the changes made. 


Click on the ‘Delete Selected Application(s)’ button to delete selected Android/iOS applications. 


Click on the ‘Refresh’ button to refresh the Application’s grid. 


Type the name of your application in the ‘Search Bar’ to be searched from the list of uploaded applications. 


‘Pending Uploads shows applications (iOS/Android) that are in progress while uploading. 


Note: Now, you need to instrument your existing APK files to automate your mobile test flows  


pCloudy Apps in Opkey Web 


While working on the Application Management under the Mobile Management in Opkey Web, now you can add new applications (Android or iOS) directly from pCloudy.  


Click on the Add new application(s) from the pCloudy button showing on the Application Management window.  


Log in to the pCloudy dashboard select your desired application from the list and then upload it. You must ensure that you have your account on pCloudy to upload the required application(s). 


Select your app showing in your pCloudy account and upload it. The uploaded app can be seen in Application Management. 




UsedBy in Application Management: 


There is a new button UsedBy added in the Application Management in this release. It provides you the detailed information about the selected application where it has been used. UsedBy table information includes Name, Full Path, Description, and Component Type as column names. 


Here are some special characters that are not allowed to be used in the name of files to be uploaded in Mobile Management. These special characters are !, -, _, ., *, ‘, (, and ). Moreover, here are some other characters which should be avoided in file names; they are \, {, Non-printable ASCII characters (128–255 decimal characters), ^, }, %, /, `, ], >, [, ~, <, #, |, and *. 

Device Management:




Here, you can manage your online/offline Mobile device(s) for testing. 

Click on the ‘Register iOS Device Manually’ button to add register iOS device manually. 


Click on the ‘Save’ button to save all the changes made. 


Click on the ‘Refresh grid’ button to refresh grid of online/offline devices. 


the Type name of your application in the ‘Search Bar’ to be searched from the list of online/offline devices. 


Click on ‘Fetch devices connected to’ and select name of Opkey Execution Agent from the dropdown list of online agents corresponding to the connected device. 


Under the Device Management tab, the "Mobile Device used in Modules" button reveals usage details of the selected application. The information, displayed in a tabular format, includes Name, Full Path, Description, and Component Type columns. 


You can also Edit and Delete the selected devices with the available buttons.  



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