codeREADr KEY: Android Keyboard Wedge App

Scan to Field Instructions

A. Requirements

1. Android OS 6.0 or greater.

2. To scan into web applications with the floating ‘bubble’ key you must use the Chrome browser. To use the Samsung (or other) browser you’ll need to wait until we add our Android keyboard option expected Aug/Sept 2018.

B. Setup

1. Download the app from Google Play.  Search for “codeREADr KEY: Scan to Field“. [Note: This app won’t be live on Google Play until the first week of August 2018. In the meantime we can email you an APK file to download directly to your device.]

2. Tap the app’s icon on the Android device:

3. You’ll briefly see the app’s splash page:

4. Enter your app-user credentials:

5. Toggle Scanner OFF to Scanner ON and then select a scanning profile. [Profiles are also known as ‘Modes’ and are set up by the account administrator on]

6. To scan into a web or native form field you need to have that screen open on the device. With the cursor blinking in the target field, tap the floating scan key to open the camera. Tap into another field to scan into that field.

7. The floating scan key can be placed anywhere on your screen. It will automatically dim.

8. You can also swipe it down to dismiss it.

9. Once dismissed you’ll see a push notification on the top of the screen To toggle the floating scan key back on simply swipe down from the top of the screen and tap the banner to have the Scanner ON.

10. Grant Access

When launching the codeREADr KEY app for the first time you will be prompted to allow the app access to scan with the device’s camera.  Using the app’s menu button, tap “Grant Access” and you’ll see the status. If access is not granted you will need to tap “Open Settings” to allow access to codeREADr Field.