= QR Code Scanner for Andriod Devices - pCloudy documentation

Using QR Code Scanner for Android Devices

Overview

The QR code scanner feature enables users to scan the QR code on any Android device present on the pCloudy platform.

Note:
  • This feature is supported on Android 5.0 devices and later versions.
  • Supported QR Code file formats are .png,.jpeg and jpg.
  • Prerequisite

    • User should be registered on pCloudy platform
    • An application under test which supports QR code scanning
    • A QR code file(test QR codes)

    Please Note -The steps to perform the QR Code Scanning function on a Android Device in the Old User Interface is given below, please scroll further down.

    Procedure to perform QR Code Scan on the New UI-:

    Step 1 - Login to the registered account and upload the application under test to My Data.

    Select Network Select Network

    A Success message appears once the file is uploaded successfully.

    Select Network

    Step 2 - Instrument the application by clicking on the three dots on the android icon and select “Sensor Testing”.

    It adds the relevant libraries to the application, so that it works on the platform.

    Select Network

    Success message will be displayed once the application is instrumented successfully.

    Select Network

    Click on (“+”) to verify if an instrumented application is generated.

    The user will see the application with “sensor testing” tag as shown below

    Select Network

    Step 3 - Upload the QR file image in the My Data section.

    You will see it listed in the My Data page as an image.

    Select Network

    Step 4 - Go to the start page and connect to any Android device.

    QR Code Scanner

    Step 5 - Click on Install icon to install the QR Code app in the device.

    QR Code Scanner

    Step 6 - Select the app and click on install to upload and install the app on the device.

    QR Code Scanner

    Step 7 - Application will be installed and launched on the device. User needs to allow the necessary permissions.

    QR Code Scanner

    Step 8 - Click on “Inject” as shown in below screenshot

    QR Code Scanner

    Step 9 - Select the test QR code image that has to be scanned.

    QR Code Scanner

    A Success message appears once file is injected successfully and also the App will Scan the QR code as shown below.

    QR Code Scanner

    Procedure to Scan QR Code in Android Device on Old UI -:

    • Step 1. Login to the registered account and upload the application under test to MyApp/Data
    Select Network
      Success message appears once the file is uploaded successfully.
    QR Code Scanner
      Step 2. Instrument the application for “Sensor Camera”.
      It adds relevant libraries to the application,so that it works in our platform
    QR Code Scanner
      Success message will be displayed once the application is instrumented successfully.
    QR Code Scanner
      Click on (“+”) to verify if an instrumented application is generated.
    QR Code Scanner
      The user will see the application with “sensor camera” tag as shown below
    QR Code Scanner
      Step 3. Upload the QR file image in MyApp/Data
    QR Code Scanner
      Step 4. Go to the device page and connect to any Android device.
    QR Code Scanner
      Step 5. Click on Install icon to install the QR Code app in the device
    QR Code Scanner
      Step 6. Select the app and install it on the connected device
    QR Code Scanner
      Step 7. Application will be installed and launched on the device.User needs to allow necessary permissions.
    QR Code Scanner
      Step 8 .Click on “Inject File ” icon as shown in below screenshot
    QR Code Scanner
      Step 9. Select the test QR code that has to be scanned.
    QR Code Scanner
      Step 10. Success message appears once file is injected successfully as shown below.
    QR Code Scanner
      Step 11. App will Scan the inject QR code ..
    QR Code Scanner
      Step 12. To scan multiple QR code Follow below mentioned steps
    • Inject new QR code file
    • Scan it using an application under test