Google Play Store Access
On the device Apps screen, locate the Google Play Store app.
Tap to open the app and search for OperationsCommander or OPSCOM
Tap the icon to begin the install process.
Install the OPS-COM Application
The following window opens, tap the Install button.
This settings window will pop up to allow access to integrated apps on the handheld device.
Once the app has installed the screen will refresh with the following:
Launch the Application
To launch the application, use the Open button, or go to the device's main screen and start the app from the shortcut.
On first launch of the application a message will pop up saying the device is not registered; The message will include a UUID number.
You must provide this UUID number to OPS-COM support (firstname.lastname@example.org) who will register your hand held unit in the system.
Permission to Use the Software
To use this software, your user profile must have the "Add New Violation" permission under Violations Permissions.
If your account login does not work, please contact the OPS-COM high-level administrator for your organization.
Your application admin will ensure your user account has been given the appropriate permissions to use the handheld devices.
The Ops-Com for Android app can also be used in Demo mode. Boot up after install will bring you to a screen where you can choose to register the handheld unit or run in DEMO MODE.
By choosing Demo mode the user will be sent to the sign in screen where the sign in credentials are already supplied. The user will be able to sign in with these credentials and explore the app.
This is accessed through, System Config > Manage Roles
Select one the Administrator Roles you wish to add this ability to. Logically it would be something like Patrol Officer.
Click on Permissions beside the specific role you wish to edit.
Go into the Violations tab.
Select Display as Ticket Writer.