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This document describes the recommended procedure for installing the Admira Player on devices with an Android operating system. Parts of the process may vary depending on the operating system versions and device model due to the wide disparity between manufacturers. For more information, please do not hesitate to write to our Technical Support Service.


When starting the Setup process, bear in mind that the device must be at 100% battery power.

Reset the device with a Hard Reset


If your device is new, you can skip this device memory wipe step.

If the device is NOT new and has failed several times (apk run, etc), a hard reset must be performed as follows:

  1. Turn off the tablet using the Power key.

  2. Then keep the Volume Up + Home + Power buttons pressed for a few seconds.



  1. Stop pressing the keys when the Samsung logo appears on the screen.

  2. Select Wipe data / Factory reset using the volume buttons to navigate and the power button to confirm.

  1. In the next step, choose Yes – delete all user data to confirm the operation.

  2. When the recovery mode appears again, select Reboot system now.

  3. The hard reset has now been completed.




Enable Developer Options

First open the Settings menu of the Android tablet and go to the end, specifically the About tablet section.

In this menu, you will find details of the model and operating system of your tablet. By default, developer features are disabled in Android to prevent inexperienced users from changing settings that they should not. To re-enable these functions, tap Build Number 5 times. This option is under Software Information.

When you tap this section 7 times, a message will appear telling you that you are now a developer, and a new entry is enabled in the settings menu of your Android device called Developer Options.

In summary:

  • Settings > About tablet > Software information

  • Tap 7 times on Build Number

Developer Options Settings

Then configure the following settings in this section:

  • Settings > Developer Options > Enabled

  • Settings > Developer Options > Stay Active > Enabled

  • Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging > Enabled

  • Settings > Developer Options > Disable Absolute Volume > Enabled

Rooting the Android device

It is generally not necessary to root your device in order to use Admira with it. However, some of the solution’s advanced features (for example, power-off and power-on from platform ) may require more control over the Android operating system than we usually have with a consumer device. Please review your project needs carefully to see if you need to carry out this step.


Rooting a device incorrectly can lead to problems with the Android operating system as well as loss of the manufacturer’s warranty coverage. For any queries, please contact the Technical Support Service.

Recommended rooting apps

In order to be able to root your Android device, you need to install specific software. We recommend the following:

  • Odin: PC programme used to install and update firmware manually.

  • CF Auto Root: Android rooting app.

It should be noted that there are specific versions of CF Auto Root for the vast majority of Android devices from major manufacturers, so you should look for the right version for your model. For the purposes of this manual, we will use the Samsung SM-T550 model as an example. You can download the corresponding files here. For other models, contact the Technical Support Service for more information.

Once the programmes have been downloaded, follow the steps below:

  1. Fully charge the device’s battery.  

  2. Put the computer in download mode.


Press these three buttons simultaneously and keep them pressed until it starts in download mode.

  1. Accept download mode > volume up .

  2. Download and decompress the Zip files.

Once this is done, you will see two folders:


One is the firmware we need to install, and the other is the programme we need to upload the firmware to the device.

  1. Open Odin from your PC.




Connect your tablet to your PC via USB.

When the name of the device appears in the programme, you are ready to start rooting.




  1. Press start and do not touch anything until Android starts.

Add the file «CF-Auto-Root-gt510wifi-gt510wifixx-smt550.tar.md5» to the AP button.














Click on the Odin AP button and select the firmware downloaded to our computer as shown in the image above.




Then wait until confirmation as satisfactory is indicated in the log and press the Start button.


Check that none of the files failed to upload and wait until the tablet restarts without touching anything.

When rooting has been completed, you will receive a permission request for Admira. Uncheck the “ask again” box and permit.



Notifications like the one below will be displayed:








To disable them, open the SuperSU app that must have been installed by default. 

Turn off the options under Re-authentication and Notifications, and restart. The device is now rooted.



System configuration

In order for the device to behave correctly during the broadcast of content, it is recommended that the following system settings be configured.


  • WIFI > On

General admin

  • Language and time > Language and text entry > Language > English


  • Sound Mode > Mute

  • System > All options disabled


  • Admira Player > Active

  • SuperSU > Active


  • Brightness 100%

  • Screen timeout > after 30 minutes of inactivity

  • Auto Brightness > Off

  • Home screen > Hide applications > Select all

  • Home screen > Apps button > Hide Apps button

  • Screen timeout > after 30 minutes of inactivity


  • Default background 3 > Home and Lock screens

  • The default background 3 can be replaced by any project-specific image.

Advanced features

  • Accessories > Disable all options

Lock screen and security

  • Tablet security

    • Screen Lock Type > None

  • Security

    • Unknown Sources > Allow On

General admin

  • Language and Text Input > Cursor Speed > Fast

Installing Admira and other apps (APK)

Next, proceed with installation of the Admira Player as another app. You can download the common Android version from this link or the HTML5 version from PlayStore. For other specific versions of the software, contact the Technical Support Service for the one that best suits your project.

It is also recommended that other apps be installed for certain tasks:

  • File Manager: ES File Manager

  • Root check: Root Checker

  • Root Configuration: SuperSU

  • Remote Access: Teamviewer

  • Security: AppLock

Remote access with Teamviewer

If you have a Technical Support Service contract, the Teamviewer app will enable technicians to remotely access our device.

In addition to the app itself, the solution requires the installation of a specific Add-On for the model or manufacturer of the device (in our example, Samsung Add-On ).

For more information, please contact the Technical Support Service.

  1. Install TeamViewer Host

  2. Install Add-On (may vary by model).

  3. Open TeamViewer Host, if accessed via the Chrome browser, go to the URL[name of project] for auto assign.

  4. Install Auto Reboot.

  5. Open the app and activate the restart at the time established for the project.

  6. Allow permissions for the app.

Enable and configure AppLock

  1. Pin: Enter the PIN of your choice.

  2. Rotation > Admira-Activate press the Add button and allow all access.

  3. Screen > Admira-Activate press the Add button and allow all access.

    • Keep SCREEN ON > ON

    • Screen Brightness > 100%

  4. APP Lock > Settings-Activate press the Add button and allow all access.

    • Fake > OK

Root recommendations

a) If the installation is done without rooting, start from the beginning by performing a Hard Reset. There is no other way to perform Setup correctly.

b) Root permissions. Correct settings and notifications from Admira Player disabled .



Para cualquier duda o incidencia, consultar con el Servicio de Soporte Técnico de Admira en

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