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# Copyright 2014 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
import logging
from pylib import content_settings
_LOCK_SCREEN_SETTINGS_PATH = '/data/system/locksettings.db'
def ConfigureContentSettings(device, desired_settings):
"""Configures device content setings from a list.
Many settings are documented at:
Many others are undocumented.
device: A DeviceUtils instance for the device to configure.
desired_settings: A list of (table, [(key: value), ...]) for all
settings to configure.
sdk_version = int(device.GetProp(''))
except ValueError:
logging.error('Skipping content settings configuration, unknown sdk %s',
if sdk_version < 16:
logging.error('Skipping content settings configuration due to outdated sdk')
if device.GetProp('') == 'userdebug':
for table, key_value in desired_settings:
settings = content_settings.ContentSettings(table, device)
for key, value in key_value:
settings[key] = value'\n%s %s', table, (80 - len(table)) * '-')
for key, value in sorted(settings.iteritems()):'\t%s: %s', key, value)
def SetLockScreenSettings(device):
"""Sets lock screen settings on the device.
On certain device/Android configurations we need to disable the lock screen in
a different database. Additionally, the password type must be set to
Lock screen settings are stored in sqlite on the device in:
IMPORTANT: The first column is used as a primary key so that all rows with the
same value for that column are removed from the table prior to inserting the
new values.
device: A DeviceUtils instance for the device to configure.
Exception if the setting was not properly set.
if (not device.old_interface.FileExistsOnDevice(_LOCK_SCREEN_SETTINGS_PATH) or
device.GetProp('') != 'userdebug'):
locksettings = [('locksettings', 'lockscreen.disabled', '1'),
('locksettings', 'lockscreen.password_type',
('locksettings', 'lockscreen.password_type_alternate',
for table, key, value in locksettings:
# Set the lockscreen setting for default user '0'
columns = ['name', 'user', 'value']
values = [key, '0', value]
cmd = """begin transaction;
delete from '%(table)s' where %(primary_key)s='%(primary_value)s';
insert into '%(table)s' (%(columns)s) values (%(values)s);
commit transaction;""" % {
'table': table,
'primary_key': columns[0],
'primary_value': values[0],
'columns': ', '.join(columns),
'values': ', '.join(["'%s'" % value for value in values])
output_msg = device.RunShellCommand('sqlite3 %s "%s"' % (db, cmd))
if output_msg:
print ' '.join(output_msg)
# Note that setting these in this order is required in order for all of
# them to take and stick through a reboot.
('', [
('use_location_for_services', 1),
('settings/secure', [
# Ensure Geolocation is enabled and allowed for tests.
('location_providers_allowed', 'gps,network'),
('', [
('network_location_opt_in', 1),
('', [
('use_location_for_services', 0),
('settings/secure', [
# Ensure Geolocation is disabled.
('location_providers_allowed', ''),
('settings/global', [
('assisted_gps_enabled', 0),
# Disable "auto time" and "auto time zone" to avoid network-provided time
# to overwrite the device's datetime and timezone synchronized from host
# when running tests later. See b/6569849.
('auto_time', 0),
('auto_time_zone', 0),
('development_settings_enabled', 1),
# Flag for allowing ActivityManagerService to send ACTION_APP_ERROR intents
# on application crashes and ANRs. If this is disabled, the crash/ANR dialog
# will never display the "Report" button.
# Type: int ( 0 = disallow, 1 = allow )
('send_action_app_error', 0),
('stay_on_while_plugged_in', 3),
('verifier_verify_adb_installs', 0),
('settings/secure', [
# Ensure that we never get random dialogs like "Unfortunately the process
# android.process.acore has stopped", which steal the focus, and make our
# automation fail (because the dialog steals the focus then mistakenly
# receives the injected user input events).
('anr_show_background', 0),
('lockscreen.disabled', 1),
('screensaver_enabled', 0),
('settings/system', [
# Don't want devices to accidentally rotate the screen as that could
# affect performance measurements.
('accelerometer_rotation', 0),
('lockscreen.disabled', 1),
# Turn down brightness and disable auto-adjust so that devices run cooler.
('screen_brightness', 5),
('screen_brightness_mode', 0),
('user_rotation', 0),
('settings/global', [
('airplane_mode_on', 1),
('wifi_on', 0),