Configure the application using the gear icon on the login screen or by tapping Settings in the navigation drawer. The version information can be found at the bottom of the screen.
The following settings are mandatory for T.Flex to begin working:
- Server domain name (or IP address)
- Server Port
To change a parameter, tap that parameter, enter the value and tap OK.
Changing these settings can be disallowed by your TASSTA administrator in T.Commander.
You can hide settings on the client side by disabling the Allow Settings option. Note that this removes the Settings item from the navigation drawer altogether. The settings become hidden the next time you log in.
The following tables list all of the options and features available in the T.Flex Settings menu. Configure them in accordance with your network policy and operational environments.
Choice of mode
|Operation mode||Whether to communicate with the TASSTA server for the full-featured experience (Server mode) or become part of a peer-to-peer network with reduced functionality within the reach of a wireless network (WiFi direct mode); for details about direct mode, see Direct mode|
For more information about the use of these settings, see Logging in and out.
|User name||User name configured in T.Commander|
|Password||Password configured in T.Commander|
|Server||Server domain name or IP address|
|Show credentials input||Whether to show the user name and password input boxes every time the app starts|
|User name alias||Whether to show administrator-defined user aliases instead of login names|
|Autostart||Whether to automatically launch the app at device startup|
|Autologin||Whether to automatically log in with the pre-configured credentials when the app starts|
|Require overlay permission||This option allows the app to work on top of other apps; on Android 10 and later, this should always be on|
|Floating Widget||Enables a floating two-icon widget that provides quick access to calls when T.Flex is minimized|
|Bottom navigation panel||Enables a panel that is always on-screen at the bottom of the app and contains shortcuts to the most commonly-used views|
|Bring app to foreground on PTT||Switch to the app when someone presses PTT in your channel, no matter which other app you are using|
|Disable Battery Optimization||Whether to ignore Doze and Standby modes, which can interfere with the functionality of the app|
|Set font size||Set the desired font size for the user and channel names (Normal, Large, Largest)|
|Screen orientation preference||Which screen orientation the app uses: Portrait, Landscape, Sensor-Defined; this option can be changed only if T.Flex is logged out and the Settings have been opened from the login screen|
|Pin the application||Prohibits switching to other applications|
|Use digital keyboard in channel/user list||Whether to use the number keyboard for user and channel search; this is useful for networks where user naming conventions rely heavily on numbers, so that a simple numeric keypad is more adequate than a full keyboard|
|Preferred Bluetooth Device||Select the Bluetooth device to connect|
Hardware mapping settings
Available only if an Aina responder Bluetooth device is connected — select the behavior for PTT2:
|PTT2 group||Available only if an Aina responder Bluetooth device is connected — select the group to designate as the second PTT group for use with the PTT2 button|
|Use HW intents||Whether to allow the device's hardware parts such as buttons and knobs to use their associated intents for working with T.Flex|
|Select HW intents||
Which hardware intents to use when the Use HW intents option is enabled; the following intents are supported:
Remote control settings
For more details about the use of these options, see Remote media capture.
|Accept incoming remote audio requests||Whether to automatically accept remote audio requests without a confirmation prompt; if this option is selected, you cannot reject such requests|
|Accept incoming remote camera requests||Whether to automatically accept remote camera requests without a confirmation prompt; if this option is selected, you cannot reject such requests|
|Accept incoming remote video requests||Whether to automatically accept remote video requests without a confirmation prompt; if this option is selected, you cannot reject such requests|
|Redirect voice to loud speakers||
Whether to use the loudspeakers for voice output instead of the internal speaker. This setting is intended to work around the problem of audio feedback whenever possible.
The following options are available:
These Android system settings help improve your listening experience
This setting is available only if the text-to-speech feature is enabled for your user account by the administrator. The feature ensures that channel and user names are pronounced; this is useful for devices without screens.
|TTS settings||Change the text-to-speech language|
|Device ID||The unique ID of the mobile device for identification in the TASSTA network; this ID is separate from the device IMEI|
|Network usage||How much incoming and outgoing data the app has processed; tap the item to view the details|
|TLS version||Version of the Transport Layer Security protocol used by the app|
|T.Lion server version||Version of the T.Lion server that the app can communicate with|
|Allow log collecting and crashlytics||Enables uploading of logs and crash dumps to a secure TASSTA-monitored server for analysis by the Support team; this data helps improve future versions of the app|