devices compatible with tookan : From 1st July 2021 onwards we will only support TLS 1.2 version due to security standard and will not provide any support for TLS 1.0 and 1.1 version
Due to this new update android phone below Android version 5.0 will not work for Tookan agent app
This new update will also be impacting our SSL grading.
Currently we are at Grade B in SSL grade and will get grade A after disabling TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 version which are less secure as compared to TLS 1.2
therefore there are various devices compatible with tookan provided there will be slight variations in the features.
Device compatibility overview
Android is designed to run on many different types of devices, from phones to tablets and televisions. As a developer, the range of devices provides a huge potential audience for your app.
In order for your app to be successful on all these devices,
it should tolerate some feature variability and provide a flexible user interface that adapts to different screen configurations.
To facilitate your effort toward that goal, Android provides a dynamic app framework in which you can provide configuration-specific app resources in static files (such as different XML layouts for different screen sizes). Android then loads the appropriate resources based on the current device configuration.
So with some forethought to your app design and some additional app resources,
you can publish a single application package (APK) that provides an optimized user experience on a variety of devices.
If necessary, however, you can specify your app’s feature requirements and control which types of devices can install your app from Google Play Store.
This page explains how you can control which devices have access to your apps,
and how to prepare your apps to make sure they reach the right audience. For more information about how you can make your app adapt to different devices, read Supporting Different Devices.
to know device compatible with tookan, we should understand
What does “compatibility” mean?
As you read more about Android development, you’ll probably encounter the term “compatibility” in various situations. There are two types of compatibility: device compatibility and app compatibility.
Because Android is an open source project, any hardware manufacturer can build a device that runs the Android operating system.
Yet, a device is “Android compatible” only if it can correctly run apps written for the Android execution environment.
The exact details of the Android execution environment are defined by the Android compatibility program and each device must pass the Compatibility Test Suite (CTS) in order to be considered compatible.
As an app developer, you don’t need to worry about whether a device is Android compatible, because only devices that are Android compatible include Google Play Store.
So you can rest assured, that users who install your app from Google Play Store are using an Android compatible device.
However, you do need to consider whether your app is compatible with each potential device configuration.
Because Android runs on a wide range of device configurations, some features are not available on all devices. For example, some devices may not include a compass sensor.
If your app’s core functionality requires the use of a compass sensor,
then your app is compatible only with devices that include a compass sensor.
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