Samsung KNOX Settings

1. Introduction

1.1 What is SureLock?

1.2 How does it work?

2. Getting Started with SureLock

2.1 Download SureLock

2.2 Launch SureLock

2.3 Access SureLock Settings

3. Allowed Applications

3.1 Add App

3.2 Edit Allowed Application

3.3 Remove Allowed Application

3.4 Add Folder

4. SureLock Settings

4.1 Wallpaper

4.2 Wallpaper Position

4.3 Use System Wallpaper

4.4 Icon Size

4.5 Spacing between the icons

4.6 Text Color

4.7 Allow Icon Relocation

4.8 Full Screen Mode

4.9 Notification Badge

4.10 Hide App Title

4.11 Single Application Mode

4.12 Application Launch Delay

4.13 Run Only Once

4.14 Create Single App Mode Exit File

4.15 Change Password

4.16 Admin Users

4.17 Disable Bottom Bar

4.18 Hide Bottom Bar

4.19 Camera Settings

4.20 Wi-Fi Settings

4.21 Mobile Data Settings

4.22 GPS Settings

4.23 Bluetooth Settings

4.24 Sound Settings

4.25 Volume Setting

4.26 Airplane Mode Settings

4.27 SureLock Homescreen Orientation

4.28 Rotation Settings

4.29 Brightness Settings

4.30 Enable Toast Message

4.31 Set Custom Access Denied Message

4.32 Watchdog Service

4.33 On Launch of Unallowed Application

4.34 Suppress Notification Panel

4.35 Disable Status Bar

4.36 Suppress Power Button/Keyboard

4.37 Keyboard Settings

4.38 Bootup Delay

4.39 Prevent Suspend Mode

4.40 Keep CPU On

4.41 AC Power Prevent Suspend

4.42 Schedule Prevent Suspend Mode

4.43 Idle Timeout

4.44 Idle Timeout Application

4.45 Reset Brightness Timer on Idle TimeOut

4.46 Schedule Reboot

4.47 Widget Settings

4.48 Tittle Bar Settings

4.49 SureLock Analytics

4.50 Power Saving Settings

4.51 Default Brightness

4.52 Brightness on Inactivity

4.53 Brightness on Battery Level

4.54 Disable Brightness Change On Third-Party

4.55 Number of Taps

4.56 Access Settings Timeout

4.60 Enable Log

4.61 Set Log File Path

4.62 Use Advance Hide Bottom Bar

4.63 On Press of Home Button

4.64 Disable Touch Input

4.65 Memory Settings

4.66 Screensaver Settings

4.67 Enable Diagnostic Log

4.68 View Diagnostic Log

4.69 Clear Diagnostic Log

5. Samsung KNOX Settings

5.1 Enable Samsung KNOX

5.2 Disable Other Home Screen

5.3 Disable Safe Mode

5.4 Disable Factory Reset

5.5 Disable Multi Window

5.6 Disable USB

5.7 Mass Storage

5.8 USB Debugging

5.9 Disable Hardware Keys

6. Allowed Widgets

6.1 Add Widget

6.2 Remove an allowed widget

6.3 Add App/Shortcut

7. Manage Shortcuts

7.1 Accept New Shortcuts

7.2 Add Shortcut

7.3 Add Settings Shortcut

7.4 Test Shortcut

8. Phone Settings

8.1 Call Progress Screen

8.2 Block All Incoming Call

8.3 Block All Outgoing Call

8.4 Blacklist Phone Number

8.5 Whitelist Phone Number

8.6 Block All Incoming SMS

8.7 Enable SMS Command

8.8 SMS Command Password

9. Import/Export SureLock Settings

9.1 Export to File

9.2 Export to Cloud

9.3 Import from File

9.4 Import from Cloud

9.5 Reset Settings

9.6 Enable Automatic Import

9.7 Auto Import From

9.8 Periodically Check

9.9 Enable Scheduled Automatic Import

9.10 Export Activation Code

10. Exit SureLock

11. Uninstall SureLock

12. About SureLock

Samsung KNOX feature in SureLock is available only for Samsung Android devices with Android 4.2.2 and above. This feature once enabled in SureLock, lets you advance lockdown your device without any rooting.

Enable Samsung KNOX

This feature once enabled, will enable following KNOX options:

  • Disable Other Home Screen
  • Disable Safe Mode
  • Disable Factory Reset
  • Disable Multi Window
  • Disable USB
  • Disable Hardware Keys

Disable Other Home Screen

Android devices can have more than one home screens; inbuilt as well as downloaded. When Home button is pressed, the user gets an option to select home screen from the available options. Once you enable Disable Other Home Screen option, it disables all other installed home screens along with device's default home screen and directs the user to SureLock Home Screen.


Disable Safe Mode

Safe Mode is a diagnostic mode and lets you boot your Android device with disabled third party applicants. A user can manually enter Safe Mode by using the Power and Volume buttons. Once the user enters Safe Mode, third party applications can be disabled and uninstalled.

Use Disable Safe Mode option to prevent users from entering Safe Mode using device hardware keys.

Disable Factory Reset

This option prevents users from resetting device to factory settings. This is helpful if you have allowed Settings as an allowed application and do not want the users to factory reset the device to disable the lockdown. Once this option is enabled, Factory Reset option gets grayed out.

Disable Multi Window

Multi-window option is accessed through draggable vertical bar on the left side of the device screen. This option is used for launching applications and arranging them in multi-window view. Disable Multi Window option once enabled, will disable the multi-window multitasking option on the devices.


Disable USB

This option disables following two ways of USB usages:

  • Mass Storage - restricts access to the stored files on the device
  • USB Debugging - restricts access to device using Command Prompt

Disable Hardware Keys

This option disables all the hardware keys of the device. These hardware keys include Home, Volume Down, Back, Volume Up, Menu, Recent Apps and Power Button.

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