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<!-- ChromeOS-specific strings (included from generated_resources.grd).
Everything in this file is wrapped in <if expr="chromeos_ash">. -->
<grit-part>
<message name="IDS_EMPTY_STRING" desc="Empty string, exist only to make code generic. No translation required.">
</message>
<!-- Application name notification upon idle -->
<message name="IDS_IDLE_APP_NAME_UNKNOWN_APPLICATION_NOTIFICATION" desc="A notification which shows that the name of the running Kiosk application cannot be determined and is probably invalid.">
The application appears to be invalid.
</message>
<!-- Per-App Time Limits -->
<message name="IDS_APP_TIME_LIMIT_APP_BLOCKED_NOTIFICATION_MESSAGE" desc="PerAppTimeLimit system notification message specifying that the application has been blocked.">
<ph name="APP_NAME">$1<ex>Gmail</ex></ph> is blocked
</message>
<message name="IDS_APP_TIME_LIMIT_APP_AVAILABLE_NOTIFICATION_MESSAGE" desc="PerAppTimeLimit system notification message specifying that the application is no longer blocked.">
<ph name="APP_NAME">$1<ex>Gmail</ex></ph> is now available
</message>
<message name="IDS_APP_TIME_LIMIT_APP_WILL_PAUSE_SYSTEM_NOTIFICATION_TITLE" desc="PerAppTimeLimit system notification title specifying that the application will pause soon.">
<ph name="APP_NAME">$1<ex>App x</ex></ph> will pause soon
</message>
<message name="IDS_APP_TIME_LIMIT_APP_WILL_PAUSE_SYSTEM_NOTIFICATION_MESSAGE" desc="PerAppTimeLimit system notification message specifying that the application will pause in the specified time.">
<ph name="TIME">$1<ex> 5 minutes</ex></ph> left
</message>
<message name="IDS_APP_TIME_LIMIT_APP_TIME_LIMIT_SET_SYSTEM_NOTIFICATION_TITLE" desc="PerAppTimeLimit system notification title specifying that the application's time limit has been set by a parent.">
Update from your parent
</message>
<message name="IDS_APP_TIME_LIMIT_APP_TIME_LIMIT_SET_SYSTEM_NOTIFICATION_MESSAGE" desc="PerAppTimeLimit system notification message specifying that the application's time limit has been set by a parent.">
<ph name="TIME">$1<ex> 1 hour 30 minutes</ex></ph> time limit set for <ph name="APP_NAME">$2<ex>Gmail</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_APP_TIME_LIMIT_APP_TIME_LIMIT_REMOVED_SYSTEM_NOTIFICATION_MESSAGE" desc="PerAppTimeLimit system notification message specifying that the application's time limit has been removed by parent.">
Time limit removed for <ph name="APP_NAME">$1<ex>Gmail</ex></ph>
</message>
<!-- Website Permission -->
<message name="IDS_WEBSITE_APPROVED_NOTIFICATION_TITLE" desc="Title of system notification for remote website approvals. This is shown to a child user when a parent has remotely approved their request to access a certain website.">
Website request approved
</message>
<message name="IDS_WEBSITE_APPROVED_NOTIFICATION_MESSAGE" desc="Message in system notification for remote website approvals. This is shown to a child user when a parent has remotely approved their request to access a certain website.">
Click here to visit <ph name="APPROVED_URL">$1<ex>www.google.com</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_WEBSITE_APPROVED_NOTIFICATION_DISPLAY_SOURCE" desc="The string shown as the display source of website approval notifications. Family Link is the name of a Google app.">
Family Link
</message>
<!-- Wallpaper Manager (Deprecated Chrome App Version) -->
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_APP_NAME" desc="Name of the app which allows users to pick their wallpaper.">
Wallpaper Picker
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_ALL_CATEGORY_LABEL" desc="Wallpaper category label.">
All
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_DELETE_COMMAND_LABEL" desc="Wallpaper delete command label.">
Delete
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_MY_IMAGES_CATEGORY_LABEL" desc="Wallpaper category label, the equivalent of the Custom category on the new wallpaper picker.">
My Images
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_SELECT_CUSTOM_LABEL" desc="Selects custom wallpaper label.">
Custom Image:
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_POSITION_LABEL" desc="Custom wallpaper position label.">
Position:
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_COLOR_LABEL" desc="Custom wallpaper color label.">
Color:
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_REFRESH_LABEL" desc="The label of the refresh option in the top bar. Upon click, the wallpaper picker will fetch the online wallpapers again.">
Refresh
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_EXPLORE_LABEL" desc="The label of the explore option in the top bar. Upon click, a link with more information on the selected wallpaper will open.">
Explore
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_SHOW_CUSTOM_WALLPAPER_ON_START_WARNING" desc="The string displayed to user when set custom wallpaper.">
Wallpapers appear on the Sign-in Screen.
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_DAILY_REFRESH_LABEL" desc="Wallpaper daily refresh checkbox label. It is the equivalent of surprise me on the new wallpaper picker.">
Daily Refresh
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_NETWORK_ERROR" desc="The string displayed when user can't use wallpaper picker because they're not connected to the internet.">
The images are currently not available. Please reconnect to the internet to see wallpaper collections.
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_IMAGE_ERROR" desc="The string displayed to user when downloading the wallpaper failed on the new wallpaper picker.">
There's an error. Please try again by choosing other images.
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_DOWNLOAD_CANCEL" desc="The string displayed to user when downloading the wallpaper canceled.">
Download was canceled.
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_ACCESS_FILE_FAILURE" desc="The string displayed to user when accessing custom wallpaper on disk failed.">
Chrome cannot access the image.
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_INVALID_WALLPAPER" desc="The string displayed to user when user selected wallpaper can not be set as a wallpaper.">
Chrome cannot set wallpaper.
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_NO_IMAGES_AVAILABLE" desc="The string displayed to user when there're no local files that can be used as wallpaper.">
No images available
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_LAYOUT_CENTER" desc="Label for option to center a customized wallpaper.">
Center
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_LAYOUT_CENTER_CROPPED" desc="Label for option to center crop a customized wallpaper.">
Center Cropped
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_LAYOUT_STRETCH" desc="Label for option to stretch a customized wallpaper.">
Stretch
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_CURRENTLY_SET_LABEL" desc="The string displayed before the title of the currently set wallpaper.">
Currently set
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_CONFIRM_PREVIEW_WALLPAPER_LABEL" desc="Label for the button that confirms setting the preview wallpaper.">
Set Wallpaper
</message>
<message name="IDS_WALLPAPER_MANAGER_SET_SUCCESSFULLY_MESSAGE" desc="Message shown to user after setting wallpaper is done.">
Wallpaper set successfully
</message>
<message name="IDS_CURRENT_WALLPAPER_SET_BY_MESSAGE" desc="The string displayed to user if the current wallpaper is set by a third party wallpaper app/extension.">
The current wallpaper is set by '<ph name="APP_NAME">$1</ph>'. You may need to uninstall '<ph name="APP_NAME">$1</ph>' before selecting a different wallpaper.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEFAULT_WALLPAPER_ACCESSIBLE_LABEL" desc="Accessibility text read by chromevox when the default wallpaper is focused.">
Default wallpaper
</message>
<!-- MultiDevice setup dialog. -->
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_ACCEPT_LABEL" desc="Label for button to accept conditions and begin MultiDevice setup workflow.">
Accept &amp; continue
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_TRY_AGAIN_LABEL" desc="Label for button to retry setup upon failure.">
Try again
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_PASSWORD_PAGE_HEADER" desc="Header for the first page in the multi-device setup flow; the page displays a field in which the user must enter their password to continue.">
Enter your password
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_PASSWORD_PAGE_ENTER_PASSWORD_LABEL" desc="Default text in the field for user to enter their password.">
Password
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_PASSWORD_PAGE_WRONG_PASSWORD_LABEL" desc="Message displayed in the multi-device setup flow when the user has entered an incorrect password.">
Wrong password
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_BACK_LABEL" desc="Label for button to navigate back in MultiDevice setup workflow.">
Back
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_SETUP_SUCCEEDED_PAGE_HEADER" desc="Header for successful setup page.">
All set!
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_SETUP_SUCCEEDED_PAGE_MESSAGE" desc="Message for successful setup page.">
Go to <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a id="settings-link"&gt;</ph>Settings<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph> to see your options for Better Together.
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_DIALOG_ACCESSIBILITY_TITLE" desc="Accessibility title for the multidevice setup dialog with a '- Dialog' appended to inform screen reader users they are in a dialog. This is a work around to deal with the fact that we cannot annotate the window's role as a dialog another way.">
Connect to your phone - Dialog
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_START_SETUP_PAGE_HEADER" desc="Header for welcome page.">
Connect to your phone
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_START_SETUP_PAGE_MESSAGE" desc="Summary to tell user that they can share their Android's capabilities with their ChromeOS device; includes details on specific features that can be used and a link to an information page">
You can text from your computer, share your internet connection, reply to conversation notifications and unlock your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> with your phone.<ph name="FOOTNOTE_POINTER">$2<ex>*</ex></ph> <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a href="$3<ex>https://support.google.com/chromebook/?p=multidevice</ex>" target="_blank"&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_START_SETUP_PAGE_FOOTNOTE" desc="Footnote for multi-device feature setup page, which indicates that the exact set of features available to users differs according to the device model used.">
<ph name="FOOTNOTE_POINTER">$1<ex>*</ex></ph>Features vary by device
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_START_SETUP_PAGE_SINGLE_DEVICE_HEADER" desc="Label appearing over the name of an Android phone which this Chromebook can connect to.">
Device detected
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_START_SETUP_PAGE_MULTIPLE_DEVICE_HEADER" desc="Label appearing over a list of Android phones which this Chromebook can connect to.">
Select a device
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_START_SETUP_PAGE_OFFLINE_DEVICE_OPTION" desc="Device name appearing in the list of Android phones indicating
the device is offline.">
<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Pixel 2</ex></ph> (offline)
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_START_SETUP_PAGE_FEATURE_LIST_HEADER" desc="Header to introduce a list of the features that the user is agreeing to in the multi-device setup.">
When you connect your devices, you agree that your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> can:
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_START_SETUP_PAGE_AWM_DESCRIPTION" desc="Description of a feature that shows text messages received by the user's phone as notification on their Chromebook and a link to an information page.">
Send you notifications and default to remembering this computer for Messages. <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a href="$1<ex>https://support.google.com/chromebook/?p=messages</ex>"&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_START_SETUP_PAGE_MIRROR_PHONE_NOTIFICATIONS" desc="Tell the user that Better Together can automatically mirror notifications from their phone to their Chromebook.">
Mirror notifications from your phone
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_START_SETUP_PAGE_WIFI_SYNC" desc="Description of a feature that syncs Wi-Fi network configurations between ChromeOS devices and a connected Android phone">
Sync Wi-Fi networks with your phone
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_START_SETUP_PAGE_CAMERA_ROLL" desc="Description of a feature that allows user to download most recent items in camera roll on the connected Android phone">
Access your phone's camera roll
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_START_SETUP_PAGE_INSTALL_APPS_DESCRIPTION" desc="Tell the user that Better Together can automatically install apps on their Chromebook">
Automatically install apps
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_START_SETUP_PAGE_ADD_FEATURES" desc="Tell the user that Better Together can offer to add new features to that use their phone's connection to their Chromebook">
Offer new features as they become available
</message>
<!-- Update Screen Strings -->
<message name="IDS_CHECKING_FOR_UPDATES" desc="Notification for checking for update">
Checking for updates
</message>
<message name="IDS_QUICK_FIX_RELEASE_BUILD" desc="Quick Fix build which is ChromeOS release build displayed string instead of canary/dev/beta.">
QuickFix
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_VERIFYING" desc="Message that the system is verifying an update">
Verifying...
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_FINALIZING" desc="Message that the system is finalizing an update">
Finalizing...
</message>
<!-- Cellular Setup UI Strings -->
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_BACK_LABEL" desc="Label for button to go to previous screen during cellular setup">
Back
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_DONE_LABEL" desc="Label for button to finish and exit cellular setup">
Done
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_TRY_AGAIN_LABEL" desc="Label for button to retry a step during cellular setup">
Try again
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_NEXT_LABEL" desc="Label for button that advances to next step during cellular setup">
Next
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_SKIP_DISCOVERY_LABEL" desc="Label for button that skips the multiple profile selection step and sets up a new profile during eSIM cellular setup">
Skip &amp; Set up new profile
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_CONFIRM_LABEL" desc="Label for button that verifies the confirmation code entered during cellular setup">
Confirm
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_ACTIVATION_CODE" desc="Label for activation code input box">
Activation code
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_SIM_DETECT_PAGE_TITLE" desc="Title for first screen of cellular setup during which ChromeOS is preparing the cellular device for setup.">
Preparing to setup your cellular device...
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_SIM_DETECT_PAGE_ERROR_TITLE" desc="Title for cellular setup when ChromeOS encounters an error preparing the cellular device for setup.">
No network found
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_SIM_DETECT_PAGE_ERROR_MESSAGE" desc="Message displayed under title in cellular setup when ChromeOS encounters an error preparing the cellular device for setup and has retry attempts left. Prompts user to insert SIM and try again.">
No network found. Please insert your SIM and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_SIM_DETECT_PAGE_FINAL_ERROR_MESSAGE" desc="Message displayed under title in cellular setup when ChromeOS encounters an error preparing the cellular device for setup and has no retry attempts left. Prompts user to insert SIM, reboot and try again.">
No network found. Please insert your SIM and reboot your device before trying again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_PROVISIONING_PAGE_LOADING_TITLE" desc="Title for cellular setup step which indicates that a connection is in progress to the user's mobile data provider (e.g., Verizon).">
Connecting to <ph name="CARRIER_NAME">$1<ex>Google Fi</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_PROVISIONING_PAGE_ERROR_TITLE" desc="Title for cellular setup step which indicates that the Chromebook was unable to establish a connection to the user's mobile data provider (e.g., Verizon).">
Couldn't connect to <ph name="CARRIER_NAME">$1<ex>Google Fi</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_PROVISIONING_PAGE_ERROR_MESSAGE" desc="Message for the cellular setup step which indicates that the Chromebook was unable to establish a connection to the user's mobile data provider (e.g., Verizon).">
Please try again. For technical support, contact <ph name="CARRIER_NAME">$1<ex>Google Fi</ex></ph>.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_PROVISIONING_PAGE_ACTIVE_TITLE" desc="Title for cellular setup step which indicates that the Chromebook is in the process of connecting to a mobile network.">
Connect to mobile network
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_FINAL_PAGE_TITLE" desc="Title for the final success screen of cellular setup that tells the user that setup is completed but service is being activated">
Mobile data being activated
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_PSIM_FINAL_PAGE_MESSAGE" desc="Message displayed under title in final success screen of physical SIM cellular setup that tells user that service may take a while to activate.">
Network has been added successfully. It may take several minutes for your cellular network to become active.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_FINAL_PAGE_ERROR_TITLE" desc="Title for the final screen of cellular setup when ChromeOS encountered an error completing activation">
Could not activate cellular device
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_FINAL_PAGE_ERROR_MESSAGE" desc="Message displayed under title in final screen of cellular setup when ChromeOS encountered an error completing activation.">
An error occured during activation.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_FINAL_PAGE_SUCCESS_HEADER" desc="Header displayed at the top of the success screen of the eSIM installation flow that tells user that a new eSIM profile has been added.">
Network added
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_FINAL_PAGE_MESSAGE" desc="Message displayed under title in final success screen of eSIM cellular setup that tells user that their profile has been activated.">
This mobile network will be available to all users on this device
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_FINAL_PAGE_ERROR_MESSAGE" desc="Message displayed under title in final screen of eSIM cellular setup when ChromeOS encountered an error installing eSIM profiles.">
Couldn't install eSIM profile. For help, please contact your carrier.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PROFILE_DETECT_MESSAGE" desc="Message displayed during loading page in eSIM setup flow when looking for eSIM profiles.">
Looking for available profiles...
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PROFILE_DETECT_DURING_ACTIVE_CELLULAR_CONNECTION_MESSAGE" desc="Message displayed during loading page in eSIM setup flow when looking for eSIM profiles informing the user that cellular setup may disconnect their current cellular network connection.">
Looking for available profiles. This may cause your mobile network to disconnect for a few minutes.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_PROFILE_LIST_PAGE_MESSAGE" desc="Label informing the user that they are able to select multiple eSIM profiles for downloading.">
We've found multiple profiles available to download. Select the ones you would like to download before proceeding.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_SCAN_QR_CODE" desc="Label for informing the user on ways to retrieve an eSim profile">
Scan a QR Code using your device camera or enter the activation code provided by your carrier
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_SCAN_QR_CODE_ENTER_ACTIVATION_CODE" desc="Label for informing the user to enter activation code when no media devices have been found">
Please enter your activation code
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_USE_CAMERA" desc="Label for button that uses the camera to scan for QR Codes when clicked.">
Use camera to scan QR Code
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_SWITCH_CAMERA" desc="Label for button that toggles the camera between user-facing and environment-facing.">
Flip camera
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_A11Y_QR_CODE_CAMERA_ON" desc="Accessibility announcement provided during the eSIM setup flow which alerts the user about how to set up an eSIM profile to use for a cellular connection. The flow involves clicking a button to cause the device's webcam to turn on, then the user showing a QR Code to the camera to continue.">
Device camera has turned on. Please place your eSIM QR Code in front of the camera.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_A11Y_QR_CODE_CAMERA_SCAN_SUCCESS" desc="Accessibility announcement provided during the eSIM setup flow which alerts the user that a qr code has been succesfully scanned by the device camera.">
QR Code has been scanned.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_SCAN_QR_CODE_SUCCESS" desc="Label informing the user that an an activation code was scanned successfully.">
Activation code detected
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_SCAN_QR_CODE_USE_CAMERA_AGAIN" desc="Label for button informing the user to click to use the camera to rescan for QR Codes.">
Use camera again
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_SCAN_QR_CODE_ERROR" desc="Label informing the user that there was an error detecting activation code.">
Error detecting code
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_SCAN_QR_CODE_RETRY" desc="Label for button informing user to retry rescan of QR Codes.">
Try again
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_SCAN_QR_CODE_LOADING" desc="Label informing the user that the activation code is currently being verified.">
Verifying activation code...
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_VERIFYING_ACTIVATION_CODE" desc="Label informing the user that the activation code is currently being verified, and that it may take a couple of minutes before it is complete.">
Verifying activation code. This may take a few minutes.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_SCAN_QR_CODE_INVALID" desc="Label informing the user that the code used to install an eSIM profile is invalid.">
Invalid code. Please try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_SCAN_QR_CODE_INPUT_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle for input informing the user that the code used to install an eSIM profile must follow a specific format.">
Your entry should have the format LPA:1$&lt;smdp address&gt;$&lt;activation code&gt;
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_SCAN_QR_CODE_INPUT_ERROR" desc="Error label for input informing the user that the code used to install an eSIM profile is invalid and must follow a specific format.">
Invalid code. Your entry should have the format LPA:1$&lt;smdp address&gt;$&lt;activation code&gt;
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESTABLISH_NETWORK_CONNECTION" desc="Message, informing user that a network connection is being established during cellular setup">
Establishing network connection ...
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_EID_MENU_ITEM_TITLE" desc="Title for menu item in the eSIM list triple dot menu that shows the EID and QR Code dialog when clicked.">
Show device EID
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_EID_POPUP_TITLE" desc="Label shown when vewing EID and QR Code popup describing device EID">
Your device EID
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_EID_POPUP_DESCRIPTION" desc="Label shown when veiwing EID and QR Code popup describing what an EID number is used for">
A customer service rep can use this EID number to help you activate service
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_EID_POPUP_A11Y_LABEL" desc="A11y label for EID and QR Code dialog describing what the device's EID number is and what it's used for">
Your device EID is <ph name="EID_NUMBER">$1<ex>123456789</ex></ph>. A customer service rep can use the EID number to help you activate service.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_CONFIRMATION_CODE_MESSAGE" desc="Message, prompting the user to enter the confirmation code to activate an eSIM profile.">
Please enter your confirmation code.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_CONFIRMATION_CODE_INPUT" desc="Label for the input used to enter the confirmation code to activate an eSIM profile.">
Confirmation code
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_CONFIRMATION_CODE_ERROR" desc="Message, informing the user the confirmation code entered to activate an eSIM profile is invalid and to contact their carrier.">
Unable to connect to this profile. For technical support, please contact your carrier.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CELLULAR_SETUP_ESIM_PAGE_CONFIRMATION_CODE_LOADING" desc="Message, informing the user the confirmation code entered to activate an eSIM profile is currently being verified.">
Verifying confirmation code...
</message>
<!-- ChromeOS Strings -->
<message name="IDS_ECHO_CONSENT_DIALOG_TEXT" desc="Dialog text shown when user is asked to give consent to proceed with redeeming an ECHO offer.">
<ph name="SERVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Google Drive</ex></ph> wants to check if you are using an eligible ChromeOS device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_ECHO_DISABLED_CONSENT_DIALOG_TEXT" desc="Dialog text shown when user is informed that redeeming offers is disabled for the device.">
Your IT administrator has disabled Chrome Goodies for your device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_ECHO_CONSENT_DISMISS_BUTTON" desc="Dismiss dialog button label for disabled echo dialog.">
Got it
</message>
<message name="IDS_OFFERS_CONSENT_INFOBAR_ENABLE_BUTTON" desc="Enable button label.">
Allow
</message>
<message name="IDS_OFFERS_CONSENT_INFOBAR_DISABLE_BUTTON" desc="Disable button label.">
Deny
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_CONFIG_ERROR_INCORRECT_PASSWORD" desc="Error for network configuration: Incorrect password.">
Incorrect password
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_CONFIG_ERROR_NETWORK_TYPE_MISSING" desc="Error for network configuration: Network type missing.">
Network type missing
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_CONFIG_ERROR_NETWORK_PROP_DICT_MALFORMED" desc="Error for network configuration: Network property dictionary malformed.">
Network property dictionary malformed
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_ENROLLMENT_HANDLER_TITLE" desc="Title of the window for generating a new network certificate.">
Obtain network certificate
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_ENROLLMENT_HANDLER_INSTRUCTIONS" desc="Text in the window used for generating a new network certificate.">
The certificate required by network "<ph name="network_name">$1<ex>My Wireless</ex></ph>" is either not installed or is no longer valid. Please get a new certificate and try connecting again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_ENROLLMENT_HANDLER_BUTTON" desc="Text of the accept button for generating a new network certificate.">
Get new certificate
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_AVAILABLE" desc="Notification for available update">
System update available. Preparing to download&#x2026;
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_COMPLETED_REBOOTING" desc="Notification for update completed and reboot is in progress">
Restarting to apply updates
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_STATUS_TITLE" desc="Title of update screeen telling the status of update.">
Downloading the latest update
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_STATUS_SUBTITLE_PERCENT" desc="Subtitle of update screeen telling the status of update: percent complete and time left.">
<ph name="PERCENT">$1<ex>100%</ex></ph> complete
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_STATUS_SUBTITLE_TIME_LEFT" desc="Subtitle of update screeen telling the status of update: percent complete and time left.">
About <ph name="TIME_LEFT">$1<ex>5 minutes</ex></ph> left
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_SLIDE_UPDATE_TITLE" desc="Title of educative slide.">
After this, no waiting for updates
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_SLIDE_UPDATE_ADDITIONAL_SETTINGS_TITLE" desc="Title of educative slide.">
From here on out, no waiting required
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_SLIDE_UPDATE_TEXT" desc="Text of educative slide.">
This is the only time you’ll wait for an update. On Chromebooks, software updates happen in the background.
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_SLIDE_UPDATE_ADDITIONAL_SETTINGS_TEXT" desc="Text of educative slide.">
After this, software updates will happen in the background. You can review update preferences in Settings.
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_SLIDE_ANTIVIRUS_TITLE" desc="Title of educative slide.">
Built-in virus protection
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_SLIDE_ANTIVIRUS_TEXT" desc="Text of educative slide.">
Chromebooks are designed for security. Your device is protected from malware automatically – no extra software required.
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_SLIDE_APPS_TITLE" desc="Title of educative slide.">
Find apps on the Google Play Store
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_SLIDE_APPS_TEXT" desc="Text of educative slide.">
Chromebooks use apps instead of traditional software. Get apps for productivity, entertainment, and more.
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_SLIDE_ACCOUNT_TITLE" desc="Title of educative slide.">
Your Google Account is your Chromebook sign-in
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_SLIDE_ACCOUNT_TEXT" desc="Text of educative slide.">
You’ll use your Google Account to sign in to your Chromebook – the same account you use for Gmail, Drive, YouTube, and more.
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_BATTERY_WARNING_TITLE" desc="Title of battery warning which is shown during update process if battery is running out.">
Charge your Chromebook
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_BATTERY_WARNING_TEXT" desc="Text of battery warning which is shown during update process if battery is running out.">
Looks like your Chromebook will run out of power before the update is complete. Make sure it's charging correctly to avoid interruption.
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_NO_UPDATE_AVAILABLE_TITLE" desc="Title of the screen that is shown when there is no update available.">
Your device is up to date
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_NO_UPDATE_AVAILABLE_TEXT" desc="Text of the screen that is shown when there is no update available.">
Your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> updates automatically in the background to give you the latest features and security improvements. You can review update preferences in Settings.
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_SLIDE_LABEL" desc="Text of slide label for accessibility.">
Extra content <ph name="CURRENT_ELEMENT">$1<ex>1</ex></ph> out of <ph name="TOTAL_ELEMENTS">$2<ex>2</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_SELECTED_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="Text of carousel selected button label for accessibility.">
Selected, extra content <ph name="CURRENT_ELEMENT">$1<ex>1</ex></ph> out of <ph name="TOTAL_ELEMENTS">$2<ex>2</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_UNSELECTED_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="Text of carousel unselected button label for accessibility.">
Navigate to extra content <ph name="CURRENT_ELEMENT">$1<ex>1</ex></ph> out of <ph name="TOTAL_ELEMENTS">$2<ex>2</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_COMPLETED" desc="Notification for update completed">
System update complete. Please restart the system.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DOWNLOADING" desc="The format for ETA during the update downloading stage">
Downloading: <ph name="STATUS">$1<ex>Less than 1 minute left</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_DOWNLOADING_TIME_LEFT_LONG" desc="The status text for downloading estimated time left, when estimated time is more than one hour">
More than 1 hour left
</message>
<message name="IDS_DOWNLOADING_TIME_LEFT_STATUS_ONE_HOUR" desc="The status text for downloading estimated time when about one hour remaining.">
About 1 hour left
</message>
<message name="IDS_DOWNLOADING_TIME_LEFT_STATUS_MINUTES" desc="The status text for downloading estimated time left in minutes. In the localized version instead of |minutes| some abbreviation like |mins| should be used.">
About <ph name="TIME">$1<ex>2</ex></ph> minutes left
</message>
<message name="IDS_DOWNLOADING_TIME_LEFT_SMALL" desc="The status text for downloading estimated time left, when estimated time is less than one minute">
Less than 1 minute left
</message>
<message name="IDS_DRIVE_OFFLINE_NOTIFICATION_MESSAGE" desc="Message shown in notification when Google Drive offline mode is automatically enabled.">
Your Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drawings files are being synced. Open the Google Drive app to access them online or offline.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DRIVE_OFFLINE_NOTIFICATION_BUTTON" desc="Label on button in notification when Google Drive offline mode is automatically enabled.">
Learn More
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_CANCEL" desc="Message telling to press Escape to cancel update on a non-official build">
Press ESCAPE to skip (Non-official builds only).
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_CANCELLED" desc="Message shown when the update has been cancelled by user">
Cancelling update...
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_OVER_CELLULAR_PROMPT_TITLE" desc="Title for the dialog shown to the user in ChromeOS OOBE before forced auto-update is attempted if the ChromeOS device is connected to a cellular/metered network. The dialog warns the user that procceeding with OOBE on a mobile network can cause overage charges.">
Your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> needs an update
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_OVER_CELLULAR_PROMPT_MESSAGE" desc="Contens of the dialog shown to the user in ChromeOS OOBE before forced auto-update is attempted if the ChromeOS device is connected to a cellular/metered network. The dialog warns the user that procceeding with OOBE on a mobile network can cause overage charges. The dialog title states that the Chromebook needs an update.">
If you download the update over your mobile network, it could result in overage charges.
</message>
<message name="IDS_REMORA_CONFIRM_MESSAGE" desc="Remora confirm message on the first OOBE screen">
Your Google Meet hardware is ready to set up
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_GENERIC_FATAL_ERROR_TITLE" desc="A generic title to be shown during OOBE to be used in error screens.">
Something went wrong
</message>
<message name="IDS_NEW_WELCOME_SCREEN_GREETING" desc="Greeting message on the OOBE welcome screen">
Welcome to your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_WELCOME_SCREEN_GREETING_CLOUD_READY" desc="Greeting message on the OOBE welcome screen">
Welcome to <ph name="DEVICE_OS">$1<ex>ChromeOS Flex</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_WELCOME_SCREEN_GREETING_SUBTITLE" desc="Greeting message on the OOBE welcome screen">
Fast. Secure. Effortless.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_ADVANCED_OPTIONS_SCREEN_TITLE" desc="Screen title on the ChromeOS OOBE (first run) Advanced options screen">
Advanced options
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_ADVANCED_OPTIONS_CFM_SETUP_TITLE" desc="Title of the button that triggers Chromebox for Meetings device mode on the ChromeOS OOBE (first run UI) Advanced options screen">
Set up as Chromebox for meetings
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_ADVANCED_OPTIONS_CFM_SETUP_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle of the button that trigers Chromebox for Meetings device mode on the ChromeOS OOBE (first run UI) Advanced options screen">
Enroll device for video conferencing
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_ADVANCED_OPTIONS_DEVICE_REQUISITION_TITLE" desc="Title of the button that triggers Device requisition device setup mode on the ChromeOS OOBE (first run UI) Advanced options screen">
Device requisition
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_ADVANCED_OPTIONS_DEVICE_REQUISITION_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle of the button that trigers Device requisition device setup mode on the ChromeOS OOBE (first run UI) Advanced options screen">
Add requisition ID to this device
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_PROXY_SETTINGS_LIST_ITEM_NAME" desc="OOBE network screen list entry that opens proxy settings dialog">
Proxy settings
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_ADD_WI_FI_LIST_ITEM_NAME" desc="OOBE network screen list entry that opens 'Add New WiFi Network' dialog">
Add other WiFi network
</message>
<message name="IDS_AUTOSTART_WARNING_TITLE" desc="Title of the kiosk autostart screen">
Auto-launch permission requested
</message>
<message name="IDS_KIOSK_AUTOSTART_SCREEN_WARNING_MSG" desc="Warning text shown on kiosk autolaunch screen above the exclamation icon.">
Do you want to automatically start this app when the machine turns on?
</message>
<message name="IDS_KIOSK_AUTOSTART_CONFIRM" desc="Confirm button text">
Confirm
</message>
<message name="IDS_KIOSK_ENABLE_SCREEN_WARNING" desc="Title of the kiosk enable screen">
Automatic Kiosk Mode
</message>
<message name="IDS_KIOSK_ENABLE_SCREEN_WARNING_DETAILS" desc="Warning text shown on kiosk auto-launch enable screen above the exclamation icon.">
Enabling this setting allows kiosk applications to launch automatically on startup.
</message>
<message name="IDS_KIOSK_ENABLE_SCREEN_SUCCESS" desc="Confirmation text shown on kiosk auto-launch enable screen after the feature is successfully enabled.">
Kiosk applications can now be configured to auto-launch on this device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_KIOSK_ENABLE_SCREEN_ERROR" desc="Error text shown on kiosk enable screen after we failed enabling this feature.">
An error occurred. Kiosk application will not be able to auto-launch on this device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_KIOSK_ENABLE_SCREEN_ENABLE_BUTTON" desc="Enable button text">
Enable
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_TITLE" desc="Title of the reset screen">
Factory reset
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_ICON_TITLE" desc="Accessible title of the reset screen icon depicting exclamation mark.">
Exclamation mark icon
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATING_SCREEN_TITLE" desc="Title of the OOBE screen displayed while system update is being dowloaded.">
Updating...
</message>
<message name="IDS_UPDATE_SCREEN_ACCESSIBLE_TITLE" desc="Title to be spoken on opening the OOBE update screen">
Chrome updates automatically so you always have the freshest version
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_GAIA_LOADING_MESSAGE" desc="Message on the OOBE gaia loading screen">
Please wait...
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENTERPRISE_ENROLLMENT_WORKING_MESSAGE" desc="Message to show while enrollment is in progress">
Enrolling device...
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_ASSET_ID_LABEL" desc="ChromeOS OOBE: label for asset identifier.">
Asset ID: <ph name="ASSET_ID">$1<ex>None specified</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_PLAY_ANIMATION_MESSAGE" desc="Accessibility label for the button to play/continue animation">
Play animation
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_PAUSE_ANIMATION_MESSAGE" desc="Accessibility label for the button to pause animation">
Pause animation
</message>
<message name="IDS_HID_DETECTION_INVITATION_TEXT" desc="Text shown on top of HID detection screen inviting user to connect an input device.">
Searching for Bluetooth and USB devices
</message>
<message name="IDS_HID_DETECTION_PRECONDITION_TEXT" desc="Text shown on HID detection screen beneath invitation.">
Connect a keyboard or mouse. If you are using Bluetooth devices, make sure your devices are ready to pair.
</message>
<message name="IDS_HID_DETECTION_PRECONDITION_TOUCHSCREEN_TEXT" desc="Text shown on HID detection screen beneath invitation.">
Connect a keyboard or mouse, or continue setup using your touchscreen. If you are using Bluetooth devices, make sure your devices are ready to pair.
</message>
<message name="IDS_HID_DETECTION_SEARCHING_MOUSE" desc="Text shown on HID detection screen next to mouse icon while device searching.">
Searching for pointing device
</message>
<message name="IDS_HID_DETECTION_SEARCHING_KEYBOARD" desc="Text shown on HID detection screen next to keyboard icon while device searching.">
Searching for keyboard
</message>
<message name="IDS_HID_DETECTION_CONNECTED_USB_MOUSE" desc="Text shown on HID detection screen next to mouse icon after USB mouse is connected.">
USB mouse connected
</message>
<message name="IDS_HID_DETECTION_CONNECTED_POINTING_DEVICE" desc="Text shown on HID detection screen next to mouse icon after other pointing device is connected.">
Pointing device connected
</message>
<message name="IDS_HID_DETECTION_CONNECTED_USB_KEYBOARD" desc="Text shown on HID detection screen next to keyboard icon after USB keyboard is connected.">
USB keyboard connected
</message>
<message name="IDS_HID_DETECTION_DETECTED_TOUCHSCREEN" desc="Text shown on HID detection screen next to touchscreen icon if a touch screen was detected.">
Touchscreen detected
</message>
<message name="IDS_HID_DETECTION_PAIRED_BLUETOOTH_MOUSE" desc="Text shown on HID detection screen next to mouse icon after Bluetooth mouse is connected.">
Bluetooth mouse paired
</message>
<message name="IDS_HID_DETECTION_PAIRED_BLUETOOTH_KEYBOARD" desc="Text shown on HID detection screen next to keyboard icon after Bluetooth keyboard is connected.">
"<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Bluetooth Keyboard</ex></ph>" paired
</message>
<message name="IDS_HID_DETECTION_PAIRING_BLUETOOTH_KEYBOARD" desc="Bluetooth pairing message displayed on HID detection screen when pairing a Bluetooth keyboard.">
Pairing with "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus S</ex></ph>" ...
</message>
<message name="IDS_HID_DETECTION_PAIRING_BLUETOOTH_KEYBOARD_PIN_DIALOG_TITLE" desc="Dialog title for PIN input on HID detection screen when pairing a Bluetooth keyboard.">
Pair with "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus S</ex></ph>"?
</message>
<message name="IDS_HID_DETECTION_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_CODE" desc="Bluetooth pairing code inside the PIN input dialog on the HID detection screen.">
Bluetooth pairing code:
</message>
<message name="IDS_HID_DETECTION_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_CODE_EXPLANATION" desc="Explanation to the user on how to type in the PIN while connecting to a bluetooth keyboard on the HID detection screen.">
Type the bluetooth pairing code then press Return or Enter.
</message>
<message name="IDS_HID_DETECTION_DEFAULT_KEYBOARD_NAME" desc="Default keyboard name used at HID-detection labels and messages at HID-detection OOBE screen.">
Unknown keyboard
</message>
<message name="IDS_HID_DETECTION_BLUETOOTH_ENTER_KEY" meaning="Label on the button representing Enter key at the HID detection screen.">
enter
</message>
<message name="IDS_HID_DETECTION_CONTINUE_BUTTON" desc="Text shown on continue button" meaning="Continue button label of HID detection screen.">
Continue
</message>
<message name="IDS_WELCOME_SELECTION_CONTINUE_BUTTON" desc="Text shown on continue button" meaning="Continue button label of welcome screen.">
Continue
</message>
<message name="IDS_WELCOME_ENABLE_DEV_FEATURES_LINK" desc="Link shown on welcome screen" meaning="Link shown on OOBE screens that opens enable debugging features dialog">
Enable debugging features
</message>
<message name="IDS_LANGUAGE_DROPDOWN_TITLE" desc="Title of language selection dropdown menu" meaning="Small title near language dropdown menu suggesting that this is a language selector.">
Language
</message>
<message name="IDS_KEYBOARD_DROPDOWN_TITLE" desc="Title of keyboard selection dropdown menu" meaning="Small title near keyboard dropdown menu suggesting that this is a keyboard layout selector.">
Keyboard
</message>
<message name="IDS_COUNTRY_DROPDOWN_TITLE" desc="Title of country selection dropdown menu" meaning="Small title near country dropdown menu suggesting that this is a country selector.">
Country
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_WELCOME_NEXT_BUTTON_TEXT" desc="Text on 'Start to use ChromeOS' button" meaning="This is the text label displayed on the 'Next' button for the first ChromeOS initial device setup screen ('Welcome screen').">
Let's go
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_OK_BUTTON_TEXT" desc="Text on 'OK' button" meaning="This is 'OK' text for all 'OK' buttons on ChromeOS initial device setup screens.">
OK
</message>
<message name="IDS_LANGUAGE_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="Navigation label attached to the 'Select Language' button on ChromeOS initial device setup screen" meaning="The button itself displays only current language name. But for accessibility mode we need full description of this button. So this label suggests that pressing on a button will allow to change current language and input method. And it should also include the name of currently selected language.">
Select language and keyboard button. Currently selected language is <ph name="LANGUAGE">$1<ex>English (United States)</ex></ph>.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LANGUAGE_SECTION_TITLE" desc="Title of language selection screen" meaning="A title of the dialog where user should select ChromeOS UI language and default keyboard layout during initial device setup.">
Choose your language &amp; keyboard
</message>
<message name="IDS_LANGUAGE_SECTION_HINT" desc="Under-title line on the language selection screen" meaning="A hint to the user that language files are shared among users.">
Language files are shared among users to save disk space.
</message>
<message name="IDS_ACCESSIBILITY_SECTION_TITLE" desc="Title of accessibility options screen" meaning="A title of the dialog where user can control ChromeOS UI accessibility (like large cursor or screen reader) options during initial device setup.">
Accessibility settings
</message>
<message name="IDS_ACCESSIBILITY_SECTION_HINT" desc="Under-title line on the accessibility options screen" meaning="A hint to the user what these settings do and how to update them later.">
You can customize this device to fit your needs. These accessibility features can be changed later in Settings.
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_SELECTION_TITLE" desc="Title of network selection screen" meaning="A title of the dialog where user should select network to connect to Internet">
Connect to network
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_SELECTION_HINT" desc="Under-title line on the network selection screen" meaning="A hint to the user why device should be connected to the network">
To restore your data, connect to the internet
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_SELECTION_ERROR" desc="Error shown when connection to network failed or timed out.">
<ph name="PRODUCT_NAME">$1<ex>ChromeOS</ex></ph> was unable to connect to <ph name="NETWORK_ID">$2<ex>Public Wifi</ex></ph>. Please select another network or try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_ACCESSIBILITY_LINK" desc="Link shown on OOBE screens that opens accessibility options menu.">
Accessibility
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_SPOKEN_FEEDBACK_OPTION" desc="Spoken feedback option shown on OOBE screens accessibility menu.">
ChromeVox (spoken feedback)
</message>
<message name="IDS_A11Y_SETTING_TOGGLE_OPTION_OFF" desc="A value for an accessibility toggle option when it is off.">
Off
</message>
<message name="IDS_A11Y_SETTING_TOGGLE_OPTION_ON" desc="A value for an accessibility toggle option when it is on.">
On
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_SELECT_TO_SPEAK_OPTION" desc="Select to Speak option shown on OOBE screens accessibility menu.">
Select to speak
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_LARGE_CURSOR_OPTION" desc="Large mouse cursor option shown on OOBE screens accessibility menu.">
Large mouse cursor
</message>
<message name="IDS_LARGE_CURSOR_OPTION_OFF" desc="A value for Large Mouse Cursor accessibility option when it is off.">
Normal
</message>
<message name="IDS_LARGE_CURSOR_OPTION_ON" desc="A value for Large Mouse Cursor accessibility option when it is on.">
Large
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_HIGH_CONTRAST_MODE_OPTION" desc="High contrast mode option shown on OOBE screens accessibility menu.">
High contrast mode
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_SCREEN_MAGNIFIER_OPTION" desc="Screen magnifier option shown on OOBE screens accessibility menu.">
Screen magnifier
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_DOCKED_MAGNIFIER_OPTION" desc="Docked magnifier option shown on OOBE screens accessibility menu.">
Docked magnifier
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_VIRTUAL_KEYBOARD_OPTION" desc="Virtual keyboard option shown on the OOBE screens accessibility menu.">
On-screen keyboard
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_CLOSE_ACCESSIBILITY_MENU" desc="Text to be spoken when focus is set to the close button of accessibility options menu.">
Close accessibility menu
</message>
<message name="IDS_LANGUAGE_DROPDOWN_LABEL" desc="Navigation label attached to the 'List of languages' dropdown menu on ChromeOS Language and keyboard initial device setup screen" meaning="The menu itself displays only current language name. But for accessibility mode we need full description of this menu. So this label suggests that activating a menu will allow to change current language.">
Select language
</message>
<message name="IDS_KEYBOARD_DROPDOWN_LABEL" desc="Navigation label attached to the 'List of keyboards' dropdown menu on ChromeOS Language and keyboard initial device setup screen" meaning="The menu itself displays only current keyboard layout name. But for accessibility mode we need full description of this menu. So this label suggests that activating a menu will allow to change current input method.">
Select keyboard
</message>
<message name="IDS_COUNTRY_DROPDOWN_LABEL" desc="Navigation label attached to the 'List of countries' dropdown menu on ChromeOS Demo Mode setup screen" meaning="The menu itself displays only current country name. But for accessibility mode we need full description of this menu. So this label suggests that activating a menu will allow to change current country.">
Select country
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_OTHER_LANGUAGES" desc="Option group name dividing vendor-configured languages from other available languages in out-of-box 'Select language' select control.">
Other languages
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_OTHER_KEYBOARD_LAYOUTS" desc="Option group name dividing vendor-configured keyboard layouts from other available layouts in out-of-box 'Select your keyboard' select control.">
Other keyboards
</message>
<message name="IDS_TIMEZONE_BUTTON_TEXT" desc="Label on a button that opens timezone selection screen" meaning="Label on a button that opens timezone selection screen during initial device configuration">
Timezone
</message>
<message name="IDS_TIMEZONE_SECTION_TITLE" desc="Title of timezone selection screen" meaning="A title of the dialog where user should select device timezone during initial device configuration">
Select timezone
</message>
<message name="IDS_TIMEZONE_DROPDOWN_TITLE" desc="Title of timezone selection dropdown menu" meaning="Small title near timezone dropdown menu suggesting that this is a timezone selector.">
Timezone
</message>
<message name="IDS_TIMEZONE_DROPDOWN_LABEL" desc="Navigation label attached to the 'List of timezones' dropdown menu on ChromeOS Timezone initial device setup screen" meaning="The menu itself displays only current timezone name. But for accessibility mode we need full description of this menu. So this label suggests that activating a menu will allow to change current timezone.">
Select timezone
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_EULA_SECTION_TITLE" desc="Title of Terms of Service screen">
Google terms of service
</message>
<if expr="reven">
<message name="IDS_OOBE_EULA_IFRAME_LABEL" desc="Accessibility label on an iframe with full ChromeOS Terms text">
Google ChromeOS Flex Terms contents
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_EULA_ADDITIONAL_TERMS" desc="Text of the Link to Google Chrome and ChromeOS additional terms">
Google Chrome and ChromeOS Flex Additional Terms
</message>
</if>
<if expr="not reven">
<message name="IDS_OOBE_EULA_IFRAME_LABEL" desc="Accessibility label on an iframe with full ChromeOS Terms text">
Google ChromeOS Terms contents
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_EULA_ADDITIONAL_TERMS" desc="Text of the Link to Google Chrome and ChromeOS additional terms">
Google Chrome and ChromeOS Additional Terms
</message>
</if>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_EULA_ACCEPT_AND_CONTINUE_BUTTON_TEXT" desc="Label on a button on the Title of Terms of Service OOBE screen to accept EULA and continue.">
Accept and continue
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_ACCESSIBLE_SCREEN_NAME" desc="Text that is spoken when requesting OOBE screen name">
Login Dialog
</message>
<!-- Strings for the Bluetooth pairing dialog -->
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_CONNECT_WRITE_NOT_PERMITTED" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Error message displayed when write operation is not permitted on Bluetooth device.">
Write operation is not permitted on: "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_CONNECT_UNSUPPORTED_DEVICE" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Error message displayed when Bluetooth device is not supported.">
Unsupported Bluetooth device: "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_CONNECT_REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Error message displayed when Bluetooth pair request is not supported.">
The given request is not supported to: "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_CONNECT_READ_NOT_PERMITTED" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Error message displayed when read operation is not permitted on pairing Bluetooth device.">
Read operation is not permitted on: "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_CONNECT_OFFSET_INVALID" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Error message displayed during pairing operation when read or write has an invalid offset.">
Read or write operation was requested with an invalid offset on: "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_CONNECT_INSUFFICIENT_ENCRYPTION" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Error message displayed during Bluetooth pairing when operation is not sufficiently encrypted.">
Insufficient encryption for a given operation on: "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_CONNECT_IN_PROGRESS" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Message informing that current Bluetooth device is still being connected to.">
Connection to "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>" still in progress
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_CONNECT_FAILED" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Error message informing that connection to Bluetooth device failed.">
Failed to connect to "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus S</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_CONNECT_CONNECTION_CONGESTED" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Error message informing that connection to Bluetooth device is congested.">
Connection is congested to remote device: "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_CONNECT_AUTH_TIMEOUT" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Error message informing that Bluetooth authentication connection timed out.">
Authentication timeout while connecting to "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_CONNECT_AUTH_REJECTED" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Error message informing that Bluetooth authentication code was rejected while connecting to a Bluetooth device.">
Authentication code rejected while connecting to "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_CONNECT_AUTH_FAILED" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Error message informing that authentication failed while trying to connect to Bluetooth device">
Authentication failed while connecting to "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_CONNECT_AUTH_CANCELED" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Error message informing that authentication was canceled while connecting a Bluetooth device.">
Authentication canceled while connecting to "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_CONNECT_ATTRIBUTE_LENGTH_INVALID" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Error message informing that write operations exceeds the maximum length of attribute to a Bluetooth device.">
Write operation exceeds the maximum length of the attribute to: "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_CONFIRM_PASSKEY" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Bluetooth pairing message typically shown when pairing with a device that has a display.">
Please confirm this passkey is shown on "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus S</ex></ph>":
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_DISPLAY_PASSKEY" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Bluetooth pairing message typically displayed when pairing a Bluetooth 2.1 and later wireless keyboard.">
Please enter this passkey on "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus S</ex></ph>":
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_REQUEST_PASSKEY" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Bluetooth pairing message typically displayed when the external Bluetooth 2.1 and later device has no display or means of input, and does not support SSP.">
Please enter the passkey for "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus S</ex></ph>":
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_DISPLAY_PINCODE" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Bluetooth pairing message typically displayed when pairing a Bluetooth 2.0 and older wireless keyboard.">
Please enter this PIN code on "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus S</ex></ph>":
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_REQUEST_PINCODE" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Bluetooth pairing message typically displayed when the external Bluetooth 2.0 and older device has no display or means of input.">
Please enter the PIN for "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus S</ex></ph>":
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_START_CONNECTING">
Connecting to "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus S</ex></ph>"
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_REJECT_PASSKEY" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Text for button to reject pairing a device.">
Reject
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_PAIR" desc="Label for the settings button to pair a previously paired Bluetooth device.">
Pair
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_ENTER_KEY" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Text for enter key when pairing keyboard devices." >
enter
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_ACCEPT_PASSKEY" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Text for button to accept pairing code.">
Accept
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_PAIR_NEW_DEVICES" desc="Message displayed describing how to pair a new Bluetooth device.">
Pair new device
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_PAIRING_AVAILABLE_DEVICES" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Title for the list of Bluetooth devices that are available for pairing.">
Available devices
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_PAIRING_NO_AVAILABLE_DEVICES" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Title for the list of Bluetooth devices when no devices are available for pairing.">
No devices found nearby
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_PAIRING_BLUETOOTH_DISABLED" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Title for the list of Bluetooth devices when Bluetooth is disabled so no devices are found for pairing.">
Bluetooth is turned off. To see available devices, turn Bluetooth on.
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_LEARN_MORE" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Message informing the user on what actions to take in order to see a device in the list of available devices.">
Make sure your Bluetooth device is in pairing mode and nearby. Only pair with devices you trust. <ph name="BEGIN_LINK_LEARN_MORE">&lt;a target="_blank" href="$1"&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="END_LINK_LEARN_MORE">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_DESCRIPTION" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Message informing the user on what actions to take in order to see a device in the list of available devices.">
Make sure your Bluetooth device is in pairing mode and nearby. Only pair with devices you trust.
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_ENTER_PIN" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Message displayed informing the user to enter a PIN in other to complete device pairing.">
Enter PIN to pair with <ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus S</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_DEVICE_ITEM_BATTERY_PERCENTAGE" desc="Label for a Bluetooth device in a list that indicates the battery level of the device.">
<ph name="BATTERY_PERCENTAGE">$1<ex>32</ex></ph>%
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_DEVICE_ITEM_LEFT_BUD_TRUE_WIRELESS_BATTERY_PERCENTAGE" desc="Label for a Bluetooth device's left true wireless bud that indicates the battery level of the device.">
<ph name="BATTERY_PERCENTAGE">$1<ex>32</ex></ph>% (Left)
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_DEVICE_ITEM_CASE_TRUE_WIRELESS_BATTERY_PERCENTAGE" desc="Label for a Bluetooth device's case true wireless component that indicates the battery level of the device.">
<ph name="BATTERY_PERCENTAGE">$1<ex>32</ex></ph>% (Case)
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_DEVICE_ITEM_RIGHT_BUD_TRUE_WIRELESS_BATTERY_PERCENTAGE" desc="Label for a Bluetooth device's right true wireless bud that indicates the battery level of the device.">
<ph name="BATTERY_PERCENTAGE">$1<ex>32</ex></ph>% (Right)
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_PAIRING" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Message informing the user that the device is being paired to.">
Pairing...
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_PAIRING_FAILED" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Message informing the user that the device pairing failed.">
Couldn't pair. Select device to try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_CONFIRM_CODE_MESSAGE" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Message informing the user to confirm the code displayed is the same as the code displayed on the device being paired to.">
Before pairing, make sure this code is the same on both devices
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRING_ENTER_KEYS" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Message displayed informing the user to enter the keys below on the device being paired.">
Enter these keys on <ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus S</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRINGS_DEVICE_ITEM_SECONDARY_ERROR_A11Y_LABEL" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Accessibility label for unpaired Bluetooth device list item, when pairing to a device fails.">
Couldn't pair to device <ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Beats</ex></ph>; select device to try again
</message>
<message name="IDS_BLUETOOTH_PAIRINGS_DEVICE_ITEM_SECONDARY_PAIRING_A11Y_LABEL" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Accessibility label for unpaired Bluetooth device list item, when pairing to the a device is in progress.">
Pairing to <ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Beats</ex></ph>
</message>
<!-- Strings for the OOBE packaged license screen -->
<message name="IDS_OOBE_PACKAGED_LICENSE_TITLE" desc="Title of the screen which advertises use of packaged license.">
Enroll your device
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_PACKGED_LICENSE_SUBTITLE_P1" desc="Paragraph 1 of subtitle of the packaged license screen.">
This Chromebook Enterprise device comes bundled with the Chrome Enterprise Upgrade. To take advantage of the enterprise capabilities, enroll this device with a Google admin account.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_PACKGED_LICENSE_SUBTITLE_P2" desc="Paragraph 2 of subtitle of the packaged license screen.">
Visit g.co/ChromeEnterpriseAccount if you need to create a new account.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_PACKAGED_LICENSE_ENROLL_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="The label of the button that leads to enrollment screen.">
Enroll
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_PACKAGED_LICENSE_DONT_ENROLL_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="The label of the button that leads to login screen.">
Don't enroll
</message>
<!-- Strings for the OOBE user creation screen -->
<message name="IDS_OOBE_USER_CREATION_TITLE" desc="Title of the screen which allows users to choose whom the device is set up for.">
Who's using this <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph>?
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_USER_CREATION_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle of the screen which allows users to choose whom the device is set up for.">
You can always add more people after setup. Each person can personalize their account and keep data private.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_USER_CREATION_ADD_PERSON_TITLE" desc="Title of the screen which allows users to add person to the device.">
Who would you like to add to this <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph>?
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_USER_CREATION_ADD_PERSON_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle of the screen which allows users to add person to the device.">
Each person can personalize their account and keep data private.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_USER_CREATION_SELF_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="The label of the button that leads to set up device for self.">
You
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_USER_CREATION_SELF_BUTTON_DESCRIPTION" desc="The description of the button that leads to set up device for self.">
Set up this device for work or personal use
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_USER_CREATION_CHILD_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="The label of the button that leads to set up device for child.">
A child
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_USER_CREATION_CHILD_BUTTON_DESCRIPTION" desc="The description of the button that leads to set up device for child.">
Set digital ground rules to help children play, explore and do schoolwork at home
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_USER_CREATION_CHILD_SIGNIN_TITLE" desc="Title of the screen which allows users to choose signin method for child.">
Set up this <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> for a child
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_USER_CREATION_CHILD_SIGNIN_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle of the screen which allows users to choose signin method for child.">
To use parental controls like app approval and screen time limits, a child must have a Google Account managed by a parent. A school account can be added later for tools like Google Classroom.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_USER_CREATION_CHILD_SIGNIN_LEARN_MORE" desc="Learn more link text in child account creation screen.">
Learn more
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_USER_CREATION_CHILD_ACCOUNT_CREATION_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="The label of the button that leads to child account creation.">
Create a Google Account for a child
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_USER_CREATION_CHILD_SIGN_IN_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="The label of the button that leads to child sign in using existing account.">
Sign in with a child's Google Account
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_USER_CREATION_CHILD_SIGN_IN_PARENT_NOTIFICATION_TEXT" desc="Text displayed to parent on child account creation screen.">
Parents, the next few steps are for you. You can hand the <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> back to the child after account setup.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_USER_CREATION_CHILD_SIGN_IN_LEARN_MORE_DIALOG_TITLE" desc="Title of the learn more dialog on child account creation screen.">
Add a school account later
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_USER_CREATION_CHILD_SIGN_IN_LEARN_MORE_DIALOG_TEXT" desc="Text of the learn more dialog on child account creation screen.">
Parental controls are not supported for school accounts. To add a school account to access Google Classroom and other websites for schoolwork at home, sign in with the child's personal account first. You can add the school account later in setup.
</message>
<!-- Strings for the OOBE demo setup flow -->
<message name="IDS_OOBE_DEMO_SETUP_PREFERENCES_SCREEN_TITLE" desc="The title of the dialog that allows to choose demo setup preferences.">
Choose your demo preferences
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_DEMO_SETUP_PREFERENCES_SCREEN_NEXT_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="The label of the button that is shown on preferences screen and that confirms chosen configuration and shows next demo setup screen.">
Continue
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_DEMO_SETUP_PREFERENCES_RETAILER_ID_INPUT_LABEL" desc="Label for retailer id input field on the demo mode setup screen. User should provide the retailer id if assigned.">
Retailer-store ID code (optional)
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_DEMO_SETUP_PREFERENCES_RETAILER_ID_INPUT_PLACEHOLDER" desc="Placeholder for retailer id input field on the demo mode setup screen.">
Retailer-store ID code
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_DEMO_SETUP_PREFERENCES_RETAILER_ID_INPUT_ERROR_TEXT" desc="Help text for retailer id input field on the demo mode setup screen.">
Invalid ID. The format you entered is incorrect. Please check the instructions you received to ensure you are entering the ID in the correct format. If you’re unable to resolve this issue, please leave the field blank and continue with installation.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_DEMO_SETUP_PREFERENCES_RETAILER_ID_INPUT_HELP_TEXT" desc="Help text for retailer id input field on the demo mode setup screen.">
Retailer-store ID is ABC-1234 format
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_DEMO_SETUP_PREFERENCES_SCREEN_COUNTRY_NOT_SELECTED_TITLE" desc="The title of country not selected option for demo mode preference screen.">
Please select a country
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_DEMO_SETUP_PROGRESS_SCREEN_TITLE" desc="The title of the dialog that is shown when demo mode setup is in progress.">
Starting Demo Mode
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_DEMO_SETUP_ERROR_SCREEN_TITLE" desc="The title of the dialog that is shown when demo mode setup failed.">
Couldn't start demo mode
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_DEMO_SETUP_ERROR_SCREEN_RETRY_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="The label of the button that is shown on error screen and that retries demo mode setup with the previously chosen configuration.">
OK
</message>
<!-- Demo setup progress steps -->
<message name="IDS_OOBE_DEMO_SETUP_PROGRESS_STEP_DOWNLOAD" desc="List item shown when demo resources are being downloaded">
Downloading Resources
</message>
<message name="IDS_OOBE_DEMO_SETUP_PROGRESS_STEP_ENROLL" desc="List item shown when enterprise enrolling for demo mode">
Enrolling in Demo Mode
</message>
<!-- Demo setup flow errors -->
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_OFFLINE_POLICY_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen when loading or parsing offline policy failed.">
Could not read offline demo mode policy.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_OFFLINE_STORE_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen when loading or parsing offline policy failed.">
Failed to install offline policy on the device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_OFFLINE_UNAVAILABLE_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen when offline demo mode is not available on the device.">
This device cannot be set up in offline demo mode.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_COMPONENT_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen when loading online component with demo resources failed.">
Could not load online component with demo mode resources.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_NO_STATE_KEYS_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen when the system failed to determine server-backed state keys.">
The system failed to determine device identifiers for this device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_ROBOT_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen upon failure to fetch the OAuth2 token for device-level API access.">
The system failed to authorize API access for this device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_ROBOT_STORE_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen upon failure to store the OAuth2 refresh token for device-level API access.">
The system failed to store the long-term API access token for this device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_BAD_MODE_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen upon receiving a bad mode on device registration.">
The supplied enrollment mode is not supported by this version of the operating system. Please make sure you are running the newest version.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_CERT_FETCH_ERROR" desc="Error message shown when a registration certificate could not be obtained.">
A registration certificate could not be obtained.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_POLICY_FETCH_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen upon a failed policy fetch.">
Error when fetching policy from the server.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_POLICY_VALIDATION_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen upon a failure to validate downloaded policy.">
The policy downloaded from the server is invalid.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_LOCK_TIMEOUT_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen when the initialization of the lockbox is taking too long.">
The initialization of the installation-time attributes has timed out.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_LOCK_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen upon failure to lock the device mode.">
The system failed to establish the device installation-time attributes lock.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_ALREADY_LOCKED_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen when device is already locked with different domain or mode.">
This device was locked to different domain or mode.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_ONLINE_STORE_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen when the installation of the policy on the device failed.">
Failed to install policy on the device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_NO_MACHINE_IDENTIFICATION_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen when the system failed to determine the device model or serial number.">
The system failed to determine device model or serial number.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_DM_TOKEN_STORE_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen when the system failed to save some part of the device configuration. e.g. token from the device management server.">
The system failed to save device configuration.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_UNEXPECTED_ERROR" desc="Error message to show shown on demo setup screen when there is an fatal/unexpected error.">
Oops! Something went wrong while setting up demo mode.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_INVALID_REQUEST_ERROR" desc="Error message to show on demo setup screen when request issued to DMServer was invalid.">
A problem with demo registration request occurred.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_NETWORK_ERROR" desc="Error message to show on demo setup screen when network error occurred.">
Network error occurred.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_TEMPORARY_ERROR" desc="Error message to show on demo setup screen when temporary error occurred.">
Temporary server error occurred.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_RESPONSE_ERROR" desc="Error message to show on demo setup screen when management service sent an abnormal HTTP code.">
Management service sent HTTP error.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_RESPONSE_DECODING_ERROR" desc="Error message to show on demo setup screen when decoding management server response failed.">
A problem occurred when decoding server response.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_ACCOUNT_ERROR" desc="Error message to show on demo setup screen when there is a problem with the demo mode account.">
A problem with demo mode account occurred.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_DEVICE_NOT_FOUND_ERROR" desc="Error message to show on demo setup screen when management service could not find the device.">
Missing device record.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_INVALID_DM_TOKEN_ERROR" desc="Error message to show on demo setup screen when device management token is invalid.">
Device management token is invalid.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_INVALID_SERIAL_NUMBER_ERROR" desc="Error message to show on demo setup screen when provided serial number is invalid.">
Device serial number is invalid.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_DEVICE_ID_ERROR" desc="Error message to show on demo setup screen in case of conflicting device id.">
Conflicting device identifier.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_TOO_MANY_REQUESTS_ERROR" desc="Error message to show on demo setup screen in case of too many requests.">
Too many requests.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_LICENSE_ERROR" desc="Error message to show on demo setup screen when the demo domain has expired or exhausted licenses.">
A problem with demo mode device licenses occurred.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_DEPROVISIONED_ERROR" desc="Error message to show on demo setup screen when enrollment fails because device has been deprovisioned on the server side.">
This demo device has been placed into a deprovisioned state.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_DOMAIN_MISMATCH_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen when the device belongs to the domain different than demo mode.">
This device is marked for management by a different domain. Deprovision it from that domain before setting up demo mode.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_SIGNING_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen when failure to sign request occurred.">
Request could not be signed.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_POLICY_NOT_FOUND_ERROR" desc="Error message shown on demo setup screen when management server failed to find the policy to be applied to the device.">
Policy not found.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_ARC_ERROR" desc="Error message shown when ARC is disabled.">
A problem with ARC++ occurred.
</message>
<!-- Demo setup error recovery suggestions -->
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_RECOVERY_RETRY" desc="Error recovery recommendation to retry demo setup. Shown on demo setup screen.">
Please try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_RECOVERY_REBOOT" desc="Error recovery recommendation to reboot and retry demo setup. Shown on demo setup screen.">
Please reboot the device and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_RECOVERY_POWERWASH" desc="Error recovery recommendation to powerwash and retry demo setup. Shown on demo setup screen.">
Please powerwash the device and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_RECOVERY_CHECK_NETWORK" desc="Error recovery recommendation to check network and retry demo setup. Shown on demo setup screen.">
Please check your network connection and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_RECOVERY_OFFLINE_FATAL" desc="Error recovery recommendation to contact support. Shown on demo setup screen.">
This device might be only eligible for online demo mode. Please contact your support representative for more details.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEMO_SETUP_RECOVERY_FATAL" desc="Error recovery recommendation to contact support. Shown on demo setup screen.">
Please retry. If you see this error again please contact your support representative.
</message>
<!-- Strings for OS trial screen-->
<message name="IDS_OS_TRIAL_TITLE" desc="Title of the install or try screen, the first screen of the ChromeOS Flex Installation flow">
Start using <ph name="DEVICE_OS">$1<ex>ChromeOS Flex</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_TRIAL_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle of the install or try screen, the first screen of the ChromeOS Flex Installation flow">
<ph name="BEGIN_PARAGRAPH1">&lt;p&gt;</ph>For the best experience, install <ph name="DEVICE_OS">$1<ex>ChromeOS Flex</ex></ph> to your internal disk. You can also install it later from the login screen.<ph name="END_PARAGRAPH1">&lt;/p&gt;</ph>
<ph name="BEGIN_PARAGRAPH2">&lt;p&gt;</ph>If you're not ready to install, you can run from USB to try it out. This will keep your existing OS and data, but you may see storage and performance limits.<ph name="END_PARAGRAPH2">&lt;/p&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_TRIAL_INSTALL_TITLE" desc="Title of the try option in the install or try screen, the first screen of the ChromeOS Flex Installation flow.">
Install <ph name="DEVICE_OS">$1<ex>ChromeOS Flex</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_TRIAL_INSTALL_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle of the try option in the install or try screen, the first screen of the ChromeOS Flex Installation flow">
Convert this device into a <ph name="DEVICE_OS">$1<ex>ChromeOS Flex</ex></ph> device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_TRIAL_TRY_TITLE" desc="Title of the install option in the install or try screen, the first screen of the ChromeOS Flex Installation flow">
Try it first
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_TRIAL_TRY_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle of the install option in the install or try screen, the first screen of the ChromeOS Flex Installation flow">
Keep your OS and run <ph name="DEVICE_OS">$1<ex>ChromeOS Flex</ex></ph> from USB.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_TRIAL_NEXT_BUTTON" desc="Text of the next button in the install or try screen, the first screen of the ChromeOS Flex Installation flow">
Next
</message>
<!-- Strings for OS install -->
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_INTRO_TITLE" desc="Title of the introduction page in the OS install screen.">
Install <ph name="DEVICE_OS">$1<ex>ChromeOS Flex</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_INTRO_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle text of the OS install screen's introduction step.">
Installing <ph name="DEVICE_OS">$1<ex>ChromeOS Flex</ex></ph> will overwrite all data on your device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_INTRO_CONTENT_0" desc="First part of body text of the OS install screen's introduction step.">
Before starting, make sure you have a backup of your data. Installing <ph name="DEVICE_OS">$1<ex>ChromeOS Flex</ex></ph> will overwrite your hard drive. Learn more at g.co/flex/InstallGuide.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_INTRO_CONTENT_1" desc="Second part of body text of the OS install screen's introduction step.">
Installation takes a few easy steps. You’ll have another chance to confirm before changes are made to your computer.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_INTRO_FOOTER" desc="Footer text of the OS install screen's introduction step.">
Google isn’t responsible for any data loss, and <ph name="DEVICE_OS">$1<ex>ChromeOS Flex</ex></ph> may not work on uncertified models. Learn more at g.co/flex/InstallGuide.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_INTRO_NEXT_BUTTON" desc="Text of the next button on the introduction page of the OS install screen">
Install <ph name="DEVICE_OS">$1<ex>ChromeOS Flex</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_CONFIRM_TITLE" desc="Title of the confirmation dialog of the OS install screen">
Install <ph name="DEVICE_OS">$1<ex>ChromeOS Flex</ex></ph> and erase hard drive?
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_CONFIRM_BODY" desc="Body text of the OS install screen's confirmation dialog">
<ph name="BEGIN_PARAGRAPH1">&lt;p&gt;</ph>Installation <ph name="BEGIN_BOLD">&lt;b&gt;</ph>will erase your entire hard drive<ph name="END_BOLD">&lt;/b&gt;</ph>. Make sure your data is backed up.<ph name="END_PARAGRAPH1">&lt;/p&gt;</ph>
<ph name="BEGIN_PARAGRAPH2">&lt;p&gt;</ph>Once installation starts it can’t be canceled.<ph name="END_PARAGRAPH2">&lt;/p&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_CONFIRM_NEXT_BUTTON" desc="Text of the next button on the confirmation dialog of the OS install screen">
Install
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_IN_PROGRESS_TITLE" desc="Title of the in-progress page of the OS install screen">
Installing <ph name="DEVICE_OS">$1<ex>ChromeOS Flex</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_IN_PROGRESS_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle of the in-progress page of the OS install screen">
Make sure your device is plugged in, and don’t turn it off. Installation may take up to 20 minutes. Your device will automatically shut down when installation is complete.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_ERROR_TITLE" desc="Title of the error page of the OS install screen.">
Couldn’t complete installation
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_ERROR_FAILED_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle of the error page of the OS install screen for general failure.">
<ph name="BEGIN_PARAGRAPH1">&lt;p&gt;</ph>Something went wrong and <ph name="DEVICE_OS">$1<ex>ChromeOS Flex</ex></ph> couldn’t be installed.<ph name="END_PARAGRAPH1">&lt;/p&gt;</ph>
<ph name="BEGIN_PARAGRAPH2">&lt;p&gt;</ph>For more help, visit: g.co/flex/InstallErrors.<ph name="END_PARAGRAPH2">&lt;/p&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_ERROR_VIEW_LOGS" desc="Label for an actionable link that opens dialog with installation logs.">
View logs
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_ERROR_NO_DEST_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle of the error page of the OS install screen when no valid destination for installation was found.">
The installer couldn’t find a valid destination to install <ph name="DEVICE_OS">$1<ex>ChromeOS Flex</ex></ph>.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_ERROR_NO_DEST_CONTENT" desc="Content of the error page of the OS install screen when no valid destination for installation was found.">
<ph name="BEGIN_PARAGRAPH1">&lt;p&gt;</ph>Try these troubleshooting steps:
<ph name="BEGIN_LIST">&lt;ul&gt;</ph>
<ph name="LIST_ITEM">&lt;li&gt;</ph>Make sure your device contains working internal storage such as a HDD, SSD, or eMMC
<ph name="LIST_ITEM">&lt;li&gt;</ph>Check that your internal storage device is greater than 16GB
<ph name="LIST_ITEM">&lt;li&gt;</ph>Check the connection to the internal storage, if physically accessible
<ph name="LIST_ITEM">&lt;li&gt;</ph>Make sure you're using a certified model and check install notes
<ph name="END_LIST">&lt;/ul&gt;</ph>
<ph name="END_PARAGRAPH1">&lt;/p&gt;</ph>
<ph name="BEGIN_PARAGRAPH2">&lt;p&gt;</ph>For more help, visit: g.co/flex/InstallErrors.<ph name="END_PARAGRAPH2">&lt;/p&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_SUCCESS_TITLE" desc="Title of the success page of the OS install screen">
Installation complete
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_SUCCESS_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle of the success page of the OS install screen">
Your device will shut down in <ph name="TIME_LEFT">$1<ex>60 seconds</ex></ph>. Remove the USB before turning your device back on. Then you can start using <ph name="DEVICE_OS">$2<ex>ChromeOS Flex</ex></ph>.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_SERVICE_LOGS_TITLE" desc="Title of service logs dialog of the OS install screen">
Service logs
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_SEND_FEEDBACK" desc="Text of the send feedback button on the OS install screen">
Send feedback
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_INSTALL_SCREEN_SHUTDOWN_BUTTON" desc="Text of the shutdown button on the OS install screen">
Shut down
</message>
<!-- Strings for parental handoff login screen -->
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_PARENTAL_HANDOFF_SCREEN_TITLE" desc="Title of screen which tells user that the parent can handoff the device to supervised user.">
Now it's <ph name="SUPERVISED_USER_NAME">$1<ex>Child 1</ex></ph>'s turn
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_PARENTAL_HANDOFF_SCREEN_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle of screen which tells user that the parent can handoff the device to supervised user.">
You can hand this Chromebook to <ph name="SUPERVISED_USER_NAME">$1<ex>Child 1</ex></ph>. Setup is almost done, then it's time to explore.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_PARENTAL_HANDOFF_SCREEN_NEXT_BUTTON" desc="Next button of parental handoff screen">
Next
</message>
<!-- Strings for family link notice screen -->
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_FAMILY_LINK_NOTICE_SCREEN_TITLE" desc="Title of the screen which tells user they can add parental control later.">
Add parental controls after setup
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_FAMILY_LINK_NOTICE_SCREEN_NEW_ACCOUNT_SUBTITLE" desc="Title of the screen which tells user they can add parental control later after they create a new account for their child.">
For older children, you can add parental controls once you finish setup. You'll find information on parental controls in the Explore app.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_FAMILY_LINK_NOTICE_SCREEN_EXISTING_ACCOUNT_SUBTITLE" desc="Title of the screen which tells user they can add parental control later after they sign in with an existing account for their child.">
You child's account isn't set up for Family Link parental controls. You can add parental controls once you finish setup. You'll find information on parental controls in the Explore app.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_FAMILY_LINK_NOTICE_SCREEN_NOT_ELIGIBLE_TITLE" desc="Title of the screen which tells user the account is not eligible for parental controls.">
This account isn't eligible for parental controls
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_FAMILY_LINK_NOTICE_SCREEN_NOT_ELIGIBLE_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle of the screen which tells user the account is not eligible for parental controls.">
<ph name="USER_EMAIL">$1<ex>john.doe@example.com</ex></ph> is already being managed by <ph name="DOMAIN">$2<ex>google.com</ex></ph>. To use parental controls with a different Google Account, sign out after setup, then select "Add person" on the sign-in screen.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_FAMILY_LINK_NOTICE_SCREEN_CONTINUE_BUTTON" desc="Continue button on family link notice screen.">
Continue
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SYNC_CONSENT_SCREEN_TITLE_WITH_DEVICE" desc="Alternate title for the dialog that explains Chrome Sync and privacy options on first login.">
Sync your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SYNC_CONSENT_SCREEN_TITLE_WITH_ARC_RESTRICTED" desc="Alternate title for the dialog that explains Chrome Sync and privacy options on first login.">
Get your apps, settings, and more on any ChromeOS device
</message>
<if expr="reven">
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SYNC_CONSENT_SCREEN_SUBTITLE_2" desc="Alternate subtitle of the dialog that explains Chrome Sync and privacy options on first login for non-split.">
Your saved preferences and activity will be ready on any ChromeOS Flex device when you sign in with your Google Account. You can choose what to sync in Settings.
</message>
</if>
<if expr="not reven">
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SYNC_CONSENT_SCREEN_SUBTITLE_2" desc="Alternate subtitle of the dialog that explains Chrome Sync and privacy options on first login for non-split.">
Your saved preferences and activity will be ready on any ChromeOS device when you sign in with your Google Account. You can choose what to sync in Settings.
</message>
</if>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SYNC_CONSENT_SCREEN_OS_SYNC_DESCRIPTION_WITH_ARC_RESTRICTED" desc="Alternate description of the sync confirmation dialog that is displayed on the first user log in.">
Sync your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> so your preferences will be ready on any device when you sign in with your Google Account. Preferences include apps, settings, Wi-Fi passwords, languages, wallpaper, keyboard shortcuts, and more.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SYNC_CONSENT_SCREEN_OS_SYNC_NAME_2" desc="Alternate title of the 'Settings sync' section of the sync confirmation dialog that is displayed on the first user log in.">
Sync your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> apps, settings, and more
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SYNC_CONSENT_SCREEN_CHROME_BROWSER_SYNC_NAME_2" desc="Alternate title of the 'Chrome browser sync' section of the sync confirmation dialog that is displayed on the first user log in.">
Sync your Chrome browser bookmarks, passwords, history, and more
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SYNC_CONSENT_SCREEN_CHROME_BROWSER_SYNC_DESCRIPTION" desc="Description of the 'Chrome browser sync' section of the sync confirmation dialog that is displayed on the first user log in.">
Google may use your history to personalize Search and other Google services
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SYNC_CONSENT_SCREEN_REVIEW_SYNC_OPTIONS_LATER" desc="The label to the checkbox explaining that when checked, it will trigger user settings screen opened after session start.">
Review sync options following setup
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SYNC_CONSENT_SCREEN_REVIEW_SYNC_OPTIONS_LATER_ARC_RESTRICTED" desc="Alternate string for the label to the checkbox explaining that when checked, it will trigger user settings screen opened after session start.">
Review device sync after setup
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SYNC_CONSENT_SCREEN_ACCEPT_AND_CONTINUE" desc="The label on the button that closes dialog while accepting the selected settings.">
Accept and continue
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SYNC_CONSENT_SCREEN_TURN_ON_SYNC" desc="The label on the button that closes the dialog while agreeing to sync for minor users.">
Turn on sync
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SYNC_CONSENT_SCREEN_DECLINE2" desc="Alternate label on the button that closes the dialog while not agreeing to sync.">
No thanks
</message>
<!-- TODO(crbug.com/1261902): Clean-up old strings once feature is launched. -->
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_RECOMMEND_APPS_OLD_SCREEN_TITLE" desc="The title of the dialog that recommend apps to user">
Find apps for work and play
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_RECOMMEND_APPS_OLD_SCREEN_DESCRIPTION" desc="The description of the 'Recommend Apps' section">
Get creative, be productive, and stay entertained with apps on the Google Play Store
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_RECOMMEND_APPS_OLD_SELECT_ALL" desc="The label on the button that selects all recommended apps">
Select all
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_RECOMMEND_APPS_DO_IT_LATER" desc="The label on the button that skips installing any recomended apps">
Do it later
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_RECOMMEND_APPS_DONE" desc="The label on the button that installs the user selected apps">
Done
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_RECOMMEND_APPS_SCREEN_TITLE" desc="The title of the dialog that recommend apps to user">
Install apps for your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> from the Google Play Store
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_RECOMMEND_APPS_SCREEN_DESCRIPTION" desc="The description of the 'Recommend Apps' section">
Find the apps you need, from productivity to entertainment, on the Google Play Store. You can install apps anytime.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_RECOMMEND_APPS_SELECT_ALL" desc="The label on the button that selects all recommended apps">
Select and install popular apps
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_RECOMMEND_APPS_SCREEN_IN_APP_PURCHASES" desc="Part of an app description message.">
In-app purchases
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_RECOMMEND_APPS_SCREEN_WAS_INSTALLED" desc="Part of an app description message.">
Installed on your other devices
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_RECOMMEND_APPS_SCREEN_CONTAINS_ADS" desc="Part of an app description message.">
Contains ads
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_RECOMMEND_APPS_SKIP" desc="The label on the button that skips installing any recomended apps">
Skip
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_RECOMMEND_APPS_INSTALL" desc="The label on the button that installs the user selected apps">
Install
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_RECOMMEND_APPS_SCREEN_LOADING" desc="Message shown while the recommended app list is being downloaded.">
Please wait...
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_APP_DOWNLOADING_SCREEN_TITLE" desc="The title of the dialog that tells the user the selected Android Apps are downloading.">
Apps downloading
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_APP_DOWNLOADING_SCREEN_DESCRIPTION" desc="The description of the 'App Downloading' section.">
We'll install those apps for you. You can find more apps for your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> in the Play Store.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_APP_DOWNLOADING_SCREEN_NEXT" desc="The label on the button that continues the setup flow.">
Next
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_MARKETING_OPT_IN_SCREEN_TITLE" desc="The title of the last dialog in the set of screens that are always displayed to the user on the first login to the ChromeOS device.">
You are all set!
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_MARKETING_OPT_IN_SCREEN_SUBTITLE" desc="The sub-title of the dialog that allows user to opt-in into several Google marketing options.">
Get <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> tips, offers, and updates, and share feedback.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_MARKETING_OPT_IN_SCREEN_UNSUBSCRIBE_SHORT" desc="Disclaimer about being able to unsubscribe">
Unsubscribe anytime.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_MARKETING_OPT_IN_SCREEN_UNSUBSCRIBE_LONG" desc="Longer disclaimer explaining how to unsubscribe">
Unsubscribe anytime by clicking the link in the emails you receive.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_MARKETING_OPT_IN_SCREEN_SUBTITLE_WITH_DEVICE_NAME" desc="The sub-title of the marketing opt in screen which will also include the name of the user's device.">
You are ready to start using your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph>.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_MARKETING_OPT_IN_SCREEN_GET_CHROMEBOOK_UPDATES" desc="A lablel next to the checkbox that controls user subscription to marketing updates and useful information about the user's Chrome device.">
Tips and updates on <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_MARKETING_OPT_IN_SCREEN_GET_CHROMEBOOK_UPDATES_SIGN_ME_UP" desc="A lablel next to the checkbox that controls user subscription to marketing updates and useful information about the user's Chrome device.">
Sign me up
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_GET_STARTED" desc="A label on the button. Used on the welcome screen (the first one on OOBE) and on the marketing optin screen (the last one in OOBE).">
Get started
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_MARKETING_OPT_IN_SCREEN_SWIPE_FROM_SHELF_LABEL" desc="The label shown in ChromeOS system shelf above a drag handle UI on the last dialog in the set of screens displayed to the user on the first login to the ChromeOS device. The label informs the user that swiping up from the shelf will start the session.">
Swipe up to get started
</message>
<message name="IDS_MARKETING_OPT_IN_ACCESSIBILITY_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="The label of the button which appears at the bottom left of the last OOBE dialog shown to the user on the first login. Clicking the button will show a screen that allows the user to change certain accessibility settings.">
Accessibility
</message>
<message name="IDS_MARKETING_OPT_IN_ACCESSIBILITY_TITLE" desc="The title of the accessibility page that is part of the the marketing opt in dialog screen, the last OOBE screen shown to the user on their first login to the ChromeOS device. The accessibility page will allow the user to change certain accessibility settings.">
Accessibility settings
</message>
<message name="IDS_MARKETING_OPT_IN_ACCESSIBILITY_NAV_BUTTON_SETTING_TITLE" desc="The title of the of the accessibility option that forces shelf navigation buttons (button to go home, back, or the active apps overview) to be always shown. These buttons are hidden by default when the device is in tablet mode.">
Show navigation buttons
</message>
<message name="IDS_MARKETING_OPT_IN_ACCESSIBILITY_NAV_BUTTON_SETTING_DESCRIPTION" desc="The descripton of the accessibility option that forces shelf navigation buttons (button to go home, back, or the active apps overview) to be always shown. These buttons are hidden by default when the device is in tablet mode.">
Navigate home, back, and switch apps with buttons in tablet mode.
</message>
<message name="IDS_MARKETING_OPT_IN_ACCESSIBILITY_DONE_BUTTON" desc="The label for the button on the accessibility page that is part of the the marketing opt in dialog screen, the last OOBE screen shown to the user on their first login to the ChromeOS device. The button closes the screen, and ends the OOBE (which will start the user session).">
Done
</message>
<message name="IDS_DISCOVER_PIN_SETUP_TITLE1" desc="A title of the dialog that starts 'PIN-unlock' setup process, and asks user to type their pin.">
Choose your PIN
</message>
<message name="IDS_DISCOVER_PIN_SETUP_TITLE1_CHILD" desc="A title of the dialog that starts 'PIN-unlock' setup process, and asks user to type their pin, when a child account is in use.">
Choose a PIN
</message>
<message name="IDS_DISCOVER_PIN_SETUP_SUBTITLE1" desc="A sub-title of the dialog that starts 'PIN-unlock' setup process. Subtitle explains to the user how this feature can be configured.">
Use a number (PIN) instead of a password to unlock your device. To set your PIN later, go to Settings.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DISCOVER_PIN_SETUP_SUBTITLE1_CHILD" desc="A sub-title of the dialog that starts 'PIN-unlock' setup process, when a child account is in use. Subtitle explains to the user how this feature can be configured.">
Your child can use a number (PIN) instead of a password to unlock this device. To set a PIN later, go to Settings.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DISCOVER_PIN_SETUP_SKIP" desc="A label on the button that interrupts current setup flow.">
Skip
</message>
<message name="IDS_DISCOVER_PIN_SETUP_TITLE2" desc="A title of the dialog that continues 'PIN-unlock' setup process, and asks user to type their pin again for verification.">
Type your PIN again
</message>
<message name="IDS_DISCOVER_PIN_SETUP_TITLE2_CHILD" desc="A title of the dialog that continues 'PIN-unlock' setup process, and asks user to type their pin again for verification, when a child account is in use.">
Type the PIN again
</message>
<message name="IDS_DISCOVER_PIN_SETUP_TITLE3" desc="A title of the dialog that finishes 'PIN-unlock' setup process suggesting that it was successful.">
Your PIN has been added
</message>
<message name="IDS_DISCOVER_PIN_SETUP_TITLE3_CHILD" desc="A title of the dialog that finishes 'PIN-unlock' setup process suggesting that it was successful, when a child account is in use.">
Your child’s PIN has been added
</message>
<message name="IDS_DISCOVER_PIN_SETUP_SUBTITLE3_NO_LOGIN" desc="A sub-title of the dialog that finishes 'PIN-unlock' setup process successfully suggesting how user can use the PIN that they have just set up.">
You can use your PIN to unlock your device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DISCOVER_PIN_SETUP_SUBTITLE3_NO_LOGIN_CHILD" desc="A sub-title of the dialog that finishes 'PIN-unlock' setup process successfully suggesting how user can use the PIN that they have just set up, when a child account is in use.">
Your child can use a PIN to unlock the device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DISCOVER_PIN_SETUP_SUBTITLE3_WITH_LOGIN" desc="A sub-title of the dialog that finishes 'PIN-unlock' setup process successfully suggesting how user can use the PIN that they have just set up.">
You can use your PIN to sign in to or unlock your device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DISCOVER_PIN_SETUP_SUBTITLE3_WITH_LOGIN_CHILD" desc="A sub-title of the dialog that finishes 'PIN-unlock' setup process successfully suggesting how user can use the PIN that they have just set up, when a child account is in use.">
Your child can use a PIN to sign in to or unlock the device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DISCOVER_PIN_SETUP" desc="A label on the button that leads to Pin Unlock feature set up.">
Pin setup
</message>
<message name="IDS_DISCOVER_PIN_SETUP_DONE" desc="Label for the done button on the success screen in 'PIN-unlock' setup dialog.">
Done
</message>
<message name="IDS_APP_START_PREPARING_PROFILE_MESSAGE" desc="Message displayed while preparing profile in which the app will be run.">
Preparing app profile...
</message>
<message name="IDS_APP_START_NETWORK_WAIT_MESSAGE" desc="Message displayed while installing and/or launching web application in kiosk mode.">
Waiting for network connection...
</message>
<message name="IDS_APP_START_APP_WAIT_MESSAGE" desc="Message displayed while installing and/or launching web application in kiosk mode.">
Initializing application...
</message>
<message name="IDS_APP_START_EXTENSION_WAIT_MESSAGE" desc="Message displayed while installing and/or launching extensions in kiosk mode.">
Initializing extensions...
</message>
<message name="IDS_APP_START_WAIT_FOR_APP_WINDOW_MESSAGE" desc="Message displayed while waiting for the application to create its window in kiosk mode.">
Waiting for application window...
</message>
<message name="IDS_APP_START_WAIT_FOR_APP_WINDOW_INSTALL_FAILED_MESSAGE" desc="Message displayed when kiosk app meta-data obtention fails, but we try to run the app anyway without it.">
Failed to obtain app data, trying to run the app anyway...
</message>
<message name="IDS_APP_START_CONFIGURE_NETWORK" desc="Text displayed for configure network button while installing and/or launching web application in kiosk mode.">
Configure network
</message>
<message name="IDS_APP_START_NETWORK_WAIT_TIMEOUT_MESSAGE" desc="Message displayed while the network wait is timed out during app launching.">
Internet disconnected. Please check your internet connection.
</message>
<message name="IDS_APP_START_SHOWING_NETWORK_CONFIGURE_UI_MESSAGE" desc="Message displayed while waiting for the requested network configure UI to show up in kiosk mode.">
Network configure UI requested, please wait...
</message>
<message name="IDS_APP_START_BAILOUT_SHORTCUT_FORMAT" desc="Message displayed at the bottom of app launch splash screen to show user the shortcut key to bailout the launch.">
Press Ctrl + Alt + S to switch to <ph name="IDS_SHORT_PRODUCT_OS_NAME">$1<ex>ChromeOS</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_PASSWORD_CHANGED_OLD_PASSWORD_HINT" desc="Old password field hint on the password changed dialog.">
Enter old password
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_PASSWORD_CHANGED_INCORRECT_OLD_PASSWORD" desc="Error that is shown when incorrect old password was supplied for user cryptohome migration.">
Incorrect password
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_PASSWORD_CHANGED_PROCEED_ANYWAY_BUTTON" desc="Button to proceed without providing old password on the password changed dialog.">
Proceed anyway
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_PASSWORD_CHANGED_TITLE" desc="Title for the password changed dialog box">
To unlock and restore your local data, please enter your old <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> password.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_PASSWORD_CHANGED_FORGOT_PASSWORD" desc="Text of the link that lets user skip old password input on the password changed dialog in the GAIA flow">
Forgot your old password?
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_PASSWORD_CHANGED_PROCEED_ANYWAY" desc="Button to proceed without providing old password on the password changed dialog in the GAIA flow">
You may proceed, but only your synced data and settings will be restored. All local data will be lost.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_PASSWORD_CHANGED_TRY_AGAIN" desc="Label for the retry button on the proceed anyway step in the the GAIA password changed flow">
Try again
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SAML_NOTICE" desc="Text message displayed above SAML portal to early indicate that the user is being redirected to another sign-in provider. This is the version of the string used in the GAIA flow.">
This sign-in service is hosted by <ph name="SAML_DOMAIN">$1<ex>saml.com</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SAML_NOTICE_SHORT" desc="Text message displayed above SAML portal to early indicate that the user is being redirected to another sign-in provider. This is the version of the string used in the GAIA flow.">
Sign-in hosted by <ph name="SAML_DOMAIN">$1<ex>saml.com</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SAML_PASSWORD_CHANGE_NOTICE" desc="Text message displayed in the system dialog title. The dialog shows a web-page where the user can change their SAML password while staying in the session">
This authentication service is hosted by <ph name="SAML_DOMAIN">$1<ex>saml.com</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SAML_NOTICE_WITH_VIDEO" desc="Text message displayed above SAML portal to early indicate that the user is being redirected to another sign-in provider which has requested video media access.">
This sign-in service, hosted by <ph name="SAML_DOMAIN">$1<ex>saml.com</ex></ph>, is accessing your camera.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SAML_CHANGE_PROVIDER_MESSAGE" desc="Text message displayed below SAML portal to let user change sign-in provider.">
Wrong sign-in option?
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SAML_CHANGE_PROVIDER_BUTTON" desc="Button to change sign-in provider.">
Enter Google Account info
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_CONFIRM_PASSWORD_TITLE" desc="Title for the confirm password dialog.">
Please re-enter your password to update your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> profile.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_MANUAL_PASSWORD_TITLE" desc="Title for the manual password setting dialog.">
Please create a password to protect your local data.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_MANUAL_PASSWORD_INPUT_LABEL" desc="Label for the password input when setting the password manually.">
Enter your password
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_MANUAL_PASSWORD_MISMATCH" desc="Error shown when passwords don't match when setting the password manually.">
Passwords don't match
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_CONFIRM_PASSWORD_LABEL" desc="Label for the password field on the confirm password dialog.">
Confirm your password
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_CONFIRM_PASSWORD_INCORRECT_PASSWORD" desc="Error that is shown when incorrect password was supplied.">
Incorrect password
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_ACCOUNT_SETUP_CANCEL_DIALOG_TITLE" desc="Text to show in confirmation cancel dialog.">
Cancel account setup?
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_ACCOUNT_SETUP_CANCEL_DIALOG_NO" desc="Text to show on button to decline cancelation.">
No
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_ACCOUNT_SETUP_CANCEL_DIALOG_YES" desc="Text to show on button to accept cancelation.">
Yes
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_DEVICE_MANAGED_BY_NOTICE" desc="Text for notifications showing that this is managed device. MANAGER can be a domain or an email address.">
Managed by <ph name="MANAGER">$1<ex>acmecorp.com</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_FATAL_ERROR_NO_ACCOUNT_DETAILS" desc="Message to show when the authentication could not be completed because the user's account details could not be retrieved.">
Sign-in failed because your account details could not be retrieved. Please contact your administrator or try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_FATAL_ERROR_NO_PASSWORD" desc="Message to show when the authentication could not be completed because the user's password could not be retrieved.">
Sign-in failed. Please contact your administrator or try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_FATAL_ERROR_PASSWORD_VERIFICATION" desc="Message to show when the authentication could not be completed because two attempts to verify the user's password failed.">
Sign-in failed because your password could not be verified. Please contact your administrator or try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_FATAL_ERROR_TEXT_INSECURE_URL" desc="Message to show when the authentication could not be completed because a redirect to an insecure URL was detected and blocked.">
Sign-in failed because it was configured to use a non-secure URL (<ph name="BLOCKED_URL">$1<ex>http://www.example.com/login.html</ex></ph>). Please contact your administrator.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_FATAL_ERROR_TRY_AGAIN_BUTTON" desc="Label for a button which starts sign-in from the beginning after fatal error.">
Try again
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_FATAL_ERROR_NO_AUTH_TOKEN" desc="Message to show when the authentication could not be completed because the user's auth token retrieved.">
Sign-in failed because your access token could not be retrieved. Please check your network connection and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SAML_INTERSTITIAL_MESSAGE" desc="Message to show on the SAML interstitial page to tell the user to continue signing in using their enterprise account. MANAGER can be a domain or an email address.">
This device is managed by <ph name="MANAGER">$1<ex>acmecorp.com</ex></ph> and requires you to sign in every time.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SAML_INTERSTITIAL_CHANGE_ACCOUNT_LINK_TEXT" desc="Text of the link that allows the user to change the login account.">
Sign in with a different account
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_SAML_INTERSTITIAL_NEXT_BUTTON_TEXT" desc="Text shown on the Next button.">
Next
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_WELCOME_MESSAGE" desc="Message shown at the header of the login screens.">
Sign in to your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_OFFLINE_LOGIN_EMAIL" desc="Email field text on the offline login screen. Note: should be the same as the one used on the Gaia sign-in page.">
Enter your email
</message>
<message name="IDS_OFFLINE_LOGIN_PASSWORD" desc="Password field text on the offline login screen. Note: should be the same as the one used on the Gaia sign-in page.">
Enter your password
</message>
<message name="IDS_OFFLINE_LOGIN_INVALID_EMAIL" desc="Alert message about invalid email on the offline login screen. Note: should be the same as the one used on the Gaia sign-in page.">
Please enter a valid email address
</message>
<message name="IDS_OFFLINE_LOGIN_INVALID_PASSWORD" desc="Alert message about mismatching email and password on the device">
The email and password you entered don't match
</message>
<message name="IDS_OFFLINE_LOGIN_NEXT_BUTTON_TEXT" desc="Text shown on next button during offline signin flow dialog. Note: should be the same as the one used on the Gaia sign-in page.">
Next
</message>
<message name="IDS_OFFLINE_LOGIN_FORGOT_PASSWORD_BUTTON_TEXT" desc="Text shown on forgot password button during offline signin flow. Note: should be the same as the one used on the Gaia sign-in page.">
Forgot password?
</message>
<message name="IDS_OFFLINE_LOGIN_FORGOT_PASSWORD_DIALOG_TEXT" desc="Text shown on forgot password dialog during offline signin flow.">
To recover your account information, go to: google.com/accounts/recovery
</message>
<message name="IDS_OFFLINE_LOGIN_CLOSE_BUTTON_TEXT" desc="Text shown on forgot password dialog close button during offline signin flow.">
Close
</message>
<message name="IDS_OFFLINE_LOGIN_WARNING_TITLE" desc="Title shown on warning dialog when policy does not allow to proceed with offline login.">
Network connection required
</message>
<message name="IDS_OFFLINE_LOGIN_WARNING_TEXT" desc="Text shown on warning dialog when policy does not allow to proceed with offline login.">
<ph name="DOMAIN_NAME">$1<ex>google.com</ex></ph> requires the device to be online when signing into <ph name="EMAIL">$2<ex>user@google.com</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_OFFLINE_LOGIN_OK_BUTTON_TEXT" desc="Text shown on the ok button of warning dialog during offline signin flow.">
Ok
</message>
<message name="IDS_ALLOWLIST_ERROR_TRY_AGAIN_BUTTON" desc="The text of the try again button on the allowlist error UI.">
Try again
</message>
<message name="IDS_BROWSE_WITHOUT_SIGNING_IN_HTML" desc="Text shown on side of Google sign-in UI.">
You may also skip signing in and <ph name="LINK_START">$1<ex>&gt;a&lt;</ex></ph>browse as Guest<ph name="LINK_END">$2<ex>&gt;/a&lt;</ex></ph>.
</message>
<message name="IDS_WILCO_NOTIFICATION_BATTERY_AUTH_TITLE" desc="The title of the notification shown to inform the user that an unauthorized battery is connected to a Chromebook.">
Battery isn't charging
</message>
<message name="IDS_WILCO_NOTIFICATION_BATTERY_AUTH_MESSAGE" desc="The message of the notification shown to inform the user that an unauthorized battery is connected to a Chromebook.">
To charge this Chromebook, use a compatible Dell battery.
</message>
<message name="IDS_WILCO_NOTIFICATION_NON_WILCO_CHARGER_TITLE" desc="The title of the notification shown to inform the user that charger is unauthorized and battery will not charge.">
Power adapter issue
</message>
<message name="IDS_WILCO_NOTIFICATION_NON_WILCO_CHARGER_MESSAGE" desc="The message of the notification shown to inform the user that charger is unauthorized and battery will not charge.">
To avoid charging and performance issues, use a compatible Dell or USB Type-C power adapter.
</message>
<message name="IDS_WILCO_NOTIFICATION_INCOMPATIBLE_DOCK_TITLE" desc="The title of the notification shown to inform the user that attached dock is incompatible.">
Dock isn't fully compatible
</message>
<message name="IDS_WILCO_NOTIFICATION_INCOMPATIBLE_DOCK_MESSAGE" desc="The message of the notification shown to inform the user that attached dock is incompatible.">
To get additional features, use a Dell docking station designed to work with this Chromebook.
</message>
<message name="IDS_WILCO_NOTIFICATION_DOCK_ERROR_TITLE" desc="The title of the notification shown to inform the user that attached dock presents hardware failures.">
Dock fan needs service
</message>
<message name="IDS_WILCO_NOTIFICATION_DOCK_ERROR_MESSAGE" desc="The message of the notification shown to inform the user that attached dock presents hardware failures.">
Contact Dell for service. The dock will shut down if the fan isn't working.
</message>
<message name="IDS_WILCO_NOTIFICATION_DOCK_DISPLAY_TITLE" desc="The title of the notification shown to inform the user that HDMI and USB Type-C cannot be used for displays at the same time with the attached dock.">
Dock video-port issue
</message>
<message name="IDS_WILCO_NOTIFICATION_DOCK_DISPLAY_MESSAGE" desc="The message of the notification shown to inform the user that HDMI and USB Type-C cannot be used for displays at the same time with the attached dock.">
HDMI and USB Type-C ports can't be used for video at the same time. Use a different video port.
</message>
<message name="IDS_WILCO_NOTIFICATION_DOCK_THUNDERBOLT_TITLE" desc="The title of the notification shown to inform the user that attached dock will operate in USB Type-C compatible mode.">
Thunderbolt is not supported
</message>
<message name="IDS_WILCO_NOTIFICATION_DOCK_THUNDERBOLT_MESSAGE" desc="The message of the notification shown to inform the user that attached dock will operate in USB Type-C compatible mode.">
Your docking station will operate in USB Type-C compatible mode.
</message>
<message name="IDS_WILCO_LOW_POWER_CHARGER_TITLE" desc="The title of a notification indicating that a low-power USB charger has been connected.">
Low-power charger connected
</message>
<message name="IDS_WILCO_LOW_POWER_CHARGER_MESSAGE" desc="The message body of a notification indicating that a low-power USB charger has been connected, short version.">
Your Chromebook may not charge while it is turned on.
</message>
<message name="IDS_WILCO_NOTIFICATION_LEARN_MORE" desc="Label on button in various Wilco notification.">
Learn More
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCAL_STATE_ERROR_TEXT_0" desc="Text for notification that Local State file is corrupted and powerwash is required.">
Unfortunately, <ph name="SHORT_PRODUCT_NAME">$1<ex>Chrome</ex></ph> is unable to recover your settings. To fix the error, <ph name="SHORT_PRODUCT_NAME">$1<ex>Chrome</ex></ph> must reset your device with Powerwash.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCAL_STATE_ERROR_TEXT_1" desc="Text for notification that all local files will be deleted while Google account and any synced data won't be affected.">
Resetting your device will not affect your Google accounts or any data synced to these accounts. However, all files saved locally on your device will be deleted.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCAL_STATE_ERROR_POWERWASH_BUTTON" desc="Button label to restart and powerwash the device.">
Restart and Powerwash
</message>
<message name="IDS_DIAGNOSE_BUTTON" desc="The label for the button that launches the connectivity diagnostics app from the network error page">
Diagnose
</message>
<message name="IDS_MANAGE_CERTIFICATES" desc="The label for the button that launches the certificate manager from the network error page">
Manage certificates
</message>
<message name="IDS_OFFLINE_LOGIN_HTML" desc="Text which suggests enter as an existing user when valid network isn't presented.">
If you've already registered on this device, you can <ph name="LINK2_START">$1<ex>&gt;a&lt;</ex></ph>sign in as an existing user<ph name="LINK2_END">$2<ex>&gt;/a&lt;</ex></ph>.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_OOBE_HELP_DIALOG_TITLE" desc="Default title for help dialogs during OOBE/login">
Help
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_NEEDS_DIRCRYPTO_MIGRATION_BANNER" desc="Banner text for users that need to migrate their data to use dircrypto.">
A critical update is ready to install. Sign in to get started.
</message>
<!-- Sync/sign-in error messages -->
<message name="IDS_SIGNIN_ERROR_SECONDARY_ACCOUNT_BUBBLE_VIEW_TITLE" desc="Title in the sign-in error bubble view/notification for ChromeOS Secondary Accounts.">
Sign-in again
</message>
<message name="IDS_SIGNIN_ERROR_SECONDARY_ACCOUNT_BUBBLE_VIEW_MESSAGE" desc="Message in the sign-in error bubble view for ChromeOS Secondary Accounts.">
Your Google Account(s) need attention
</message>
<message name="IDS_SIGNIN_ERROR_SECONDARY_ACCOUNT_MIGRATION_BUBBLE_VIEW_TITLE" desc="Title in the sign-in error bubble view/notification for ChromeOS Secondary Accounts that have not been migrated to ChromeOS Account Manager.">
Sign-in has changed
</message>
<message name="IDS_SIGNIN_ERROR_SECONDARY_ACCOUNT_MIGRATION_BUBBLE_VIEW_MESSAGE" desc="Message in the sign-in error bubble view for ChromeOS Secondary Accounts that have not been migrated to ChromeOS Account Manager.">
Account update required
</message>
<message name="IDS_CHALLENGE_RESPONSE_AUTH_MULTIPLE_CLIENT_CERTS_ERROR" desc="Error message shown when multiple client certificates were used during the challenge-response based authentication.">
Multiple client certificates are not supported
</message>
<message name="IDS_CHALLENGE_RESPONSE_AUTH_INVALID_CLIENT_CERT_ERROR" desc="Error message shown when client certificate attributes extraction failed during the challenge-response based authentication.">
Invalid client certificate
</message>
<message name="IDS_FAILED_TO_FETCH_SAML_REDIRECT" desc="Error message shown when SAML redirect URL failed to be fetched">
Failed to fetch the SAML redirect URL from the server
</message>
<!-- Other Network UI strings -->
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_CONNECTION_ERROR_TITLE" desc="Title for network connection error notification">
Network connection error
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_CONNECTION_ERROR_MESSAGE" desc="Message for network connection error notification">
Failed to connect to network '<ph name="name">$1<ex>GoogleGuest</ex></ph>': <ph name="details">$2<ex>Unrecognized error</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_CONNECTION_ERROR_MESSAGE_WITH_SERVER_MESSAGE" desc="Message for network connection error notification with details and a server message">
Failed to connect to '<ph name="name">$1<ex>GoogleGuest</ex></ph>': <ph name="details">$2<ex>Unrecognized error</ex></ph>
Server message: <ph name="server_msg">$3<ex>Incorrect password</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_CONNECTION_ERROR_MESSAGE_NO_NAME" desc="Message for network connection error where the network name is unavailable">
Failed to connect to network: <ph name="details">$1<ex>Unrecognized error</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_VPN_CONNECTION_LOST_TITLE" desc="Title for network notification when VPN connection is lost">
VPN disconnected
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_VPN_CONNECTION_LOST_BODY" desc="Message for network notification when VPN connection is lost">
Connection to <ph name="name">$1<ex>Google VPN</ex></ph> has been lost
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_OUT_OF_CREDITS_TITLE" desc="Title for network out of data error notification">
Couldn't connect
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_OUT_OF_CREDITS_BODY" desc="Message body for network out of data error notification">
You may have used up your mobile data allowance. Visit the <ph name="name">$1<ex>GoogleGuest</ex></ph> activation portal to buy more data
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_CELLULAR_ACTIVATED_TITLE" desc="Title for cellular activated notification">
Mobile data activated
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_CELLULAR_ACTIVATED" desc="Text of the cellular activated notification">
Your '<ph name="name">$1<ex>Generic Wireless</ex></ph>' data service is ready to use
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_ACTIVATION_ERROR_TITLE" desc="Title for network activation error notification">
Couldn't connect
</message>
<message name="IDS_NETWORK_ACTIVATION_NEEDS_CONNECTION" desc="Message when attempting to activate a mobile network that requires a connection">
To activate '<ph name="name">$1<ex>Generic Wireless</ex></ph>' data, first connect to a Wi-Fi network
</message>
<!-- ONC (Open Network Configuration) strings have moved to //chromeos/chromeos_strings.grd -->
<!-- Strings shown within Tether notifications -->
<message name="IDS_TETHER_NOTIFICATION_CONNECTION_FAILED_TITLE" desc="Title of the notification shown to the user when an attempt to tether to another device has failed.">
Instant Tethering connection failed
</message>
<message name="IDS_TETHER_NOTIFICATION_CONNECTION_FAILED_MESSAGE" desc="Message shown as part of the notification shown to the user when an attempt to tether to another device has failed which gives the user instructions about how to configure tethering.">
Tap to configure
</message>
<message name="IDS_TETHER_NOTIFICATION_WIFI_AVAILABLE_ONE_DEVICE_TITLE" desc="Title of the notification shown to the user when a tether hotspot is available via one nearby device.">
Wi-Fi available via phone
</message>
<message name="IDS_TETHER_NOTIFICATION_WIFI_AVAILABLE_ONE_DEVICE_MESSAGE" desc="Message shown as part of the notification shown to the user when a tether hotspot is available via one nearby device.">
Data connection available from your <ph name="PHONE_NAME">$1<ex>Google Pixel XL</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_TETHER_NOTIFICATION_WIFI_AVAILABLE_ONE_DEVICE_CONNECT" desc="Text of the button shown to the user when a tether hotspot is available via one nearby device. When the button is clicked, a connection starts.">
Connect
</message>
<message name="IDS_TETHER_NOTIFICATION_WIFI_AVAILABLE_MULTIPLE_DEVICES_TITLE" desc="Title of the notification shown to the user when multiple tether hotspots are available via multiple nearby devices.">
Wi-Fi available via multiple devices
</message>
<message name="IDS_TETHER_NOTIFICATION_WIFI_AVAILABLE_MULTIPLE_DEVICES_MESSAGE" desc="Message shown as part of the notification shown to the user when multiple tether hotspots are available via multiple nearby devices.">
Data connection available
</message>
<message name="IDS_TETHER_NOTIFICATION_SETUP_REQUIRED_TITLE" desc="Title of the notification shown to the user when set up is needed on another device to start tethering.">
Set up connection on your <ph name="PHONE_NAME">$1<ex>Google Pixel XL</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_TETHER_NOTIFICATION_SETUP_REQUIRED_MESSAGE" desc="Message shown as part of the notification shown to the user when set up is needed on another device to start tethering.">
Tap the notification on your <ph name="PHONE_NAME">$1<ex>Google Pixel XL</ex></ph> to set up the mobile hotspot that can be used by this device.
</message>
<!-- Misc settings related strings -->
<message name="IDS_OPTIONS_SETTINGS_TIMEZONE_DISPLAY_TEMPLATE" desc="In the settings tab, the display template of a timezone in the pull-down list of timezones">
(<ph name="UTCOffset">$1<ex>UTC-8:00</ex></ph>) <ph name="LongTZName">$2<ex>Pacific Standard Time</ex></ph> (<ph name="ExemplarCity">$3<ex>Los Angeles</ex></ph>)
</message>
<message name="IDS_OPTIONS_SETTINGS_TIMEZONE_DISPLAY_NAME_UTC" desc="This is the display name of UTC/GMT timezone for timezone option in user settings.">
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC/GMT)
</message>
<message name="IDS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_SETTINGS_NO_LANGUAGE" desc="A label for text-to-speech voices which do not have a language specified. For example, some voices may speak in US English, or Spain-Spanish. This labels voices with no language.">
No language
</message>
<!-- Slow UI -->
<message name="IDS_SLOW_DISABLE" desc="The text of the button that disables performance collection for feedback reports">
Disable performance data collection
</message>
<message name="IDS_SLOW_ENABLE" desc="The text of the button that enables performance collection for feedback reports">
Enable performance data collection
</message>
<message name="IDS_SLOW_DESCRIPTION" desc="The description of the performance tracing feature for feedback reports.">
Enabling collection of performance data will help Google improve the system over time. No data is sent until you file a feedback report (Alt-Shift-I) and include performance data. You can return to this screen to disable collection at any time.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SLOW_WARNING" desc="The warning that informs users that enabling this can have a negative effect on their performance">
<ph name="BEGIN_BOLD">&lt;strong&gt;</ph>Note:<ph name="END_BOLD">&lt;/strong&gt;</ph> Only enable if you know what you are doing or if you have been asked to do so, as collection of data may reduce performance.
</message>
<!-- EULA -->
<message name="IDS_EULA_BACK_BUTTON" desc="Back button shown on EULA/OOBE screens.">
Back
</message>
<message name="IDS_EULA_NEXT_BUTTON" desc="Next button shown on EULA/OOBE screens.">
Next
</message>
<message name="IDS_EULA_ACCEPT_AND_CONTINUE_BUTTON" desc="Accept button text below EULA terms of service">
Accept and continue
</message>
<message name="IDS_EULA_SYSTEM_SECURITY_SETTING" desc="Link from the EULA wizard screen and title of the TPM info dialog">
System security setting
</message>
<if expr="reven">
<message name="IDS_EULA_TPM_DESCRIPTION" desc="Dialog box text">
Your computer contains a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) security device, which is used to implement many critical security features in ChromeOS Flex. Visit the Chromebook Help Center to learn more: https://support.google.com/chromebook/?p=tpm
</message>
</if>
<if expr="not reven">
<message name="IDS_EULA_TPM_DESCRIPTION" desc="Dialog box text">
Your computer contains a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) security device, which is used to implement many critical security features in ChromeOS. Visit the Chromebook Help Center to learn more: https://support.google.com/chromebook/?p=tpm
</message>
</if>
<message name="IDS_EULA_RLZ_DESCRIPTION" desc="Dialog box text">
Your computer also comes with <ph name="SHORT_PRODUCT_NAME">$1<ex>Chrome</ex></ph>'s RLZ library built in. RLZ assigns a non-unique, non-personally identifiable tag to measure the searches and <ph name="SHORT_PRODUCT_NAME">$1<ex>Chrome</ex></ph> usage driven by a particular promotional campaign. These labels sometimes appear in Google Search queries in <ph name="PRODUCT_NAME">$2<ex>Google Chrome</ex></ph>.
</message>
<message name="IDS_EULA_RLZ_ENABLE" desc="Check box text for enabling RLZ tracking on TPM/RLZ info dialog.">
Enable RLZ tracking on <ph name="SHORT_PRODUCT_OS_NAME">$1<ex>ChromeOS</ex></ph>.
</message>
<if expr="reven">
<message name="IDS_EULA_SECURE_MODULE_DESCRIPTION" desc="Description of what a secure module does in the eula page.">
Your computer contains a secure module, which is used to implement many critical security features in ChromeOS Flex. Visit the Chromebook Help Center to learn more: https://support.google.com/chromebook/?p=sm
</message>
</if>
<if expr="not reven">
<message name="IDS_EULA_SECURE_MODULE_DESCRIPTION" desc="Description of what a secure module does in the eula page.">
Your computer contains a secure module, which is used to implement many critical security features in ChromeOS. Visit the Chromebook Help Center to learn more: https://support.google.com/chromebook/?p=sm
</message>
</if>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_DEBUGGING_SCREEN_TITLE" desc="Title of the enable debugging features screen">
Enable debugging features
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_DEBUGGING_SCREEN_WARNING_MSG" desc="Warning text shown on enable debugging features screen above the exclamation icon.">
Enable debugging features on this <ph name="IDS_SHORT_PRODUCT_NAME">$1<ex>Chrome</ex></ph> device
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_DEBUGGING_SCREEN_ROOTFS_REMOVE_MSG" desc="Text shown on enable debugging features screen below warning messages if device needs extra restart before powerwash.">
A removal of rootfs protection and restart is required before enabling other debugging features.
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_DEBUGGING_LEARN_MORE" desc="Learn more link text in the enable debugging features dialog.">
Learn more.
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_DEBUGGING_REMOVE_ROOTFS_BUTTON" desc="Button for rootfs protection removal shown on enable debugging dialog.">
Proceed
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_DEBUGGING_ENABLE_BUTTON" desc="Button for enabling debugging features shown on enable debugging dialog.">
Enable
</message>
<if expr="reven">
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_DEBUGGING_SETUP_MESSAGE" desc="Setup message in dialog for enabling debugging features.">
You are enabling ChromeOS Flex debugging features which will set up sshd daemon and enable booting from USB drives.
</message>
</if>
<if expr="not reven">
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_DEBUGGING_SETUP_MESSAGE" desc="Setup message in dialog for enabling debugging features.">
You are enabling ChromeOS debugging features which will set up sshd daemon and enable booting from USB drives.
</message>
</if>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_DEBUGGING_DONE_MESSAGE" desc="Completion message in dialog for enabling debugging features.">
You have successfully enabled debugging features on this <ph name="IDS_SHORT_PRODUCT_NAME">$1<ex>Chrome</ex></ph> device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_DEBUGGING_ERROR_TITLE" desc="Title message when enabling of debugging features fails.">
Something went wrong
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_DEBUGGING_ERROR_MESSAGE" desc="Error message when enabling of debugging features fails.">
Debugging features were not completely enabled on this <ph name="IDS_SHORT_PRODUCT_NAME">$1<ex>Chrome</ex></ph> device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_DEBUGGING_ROOT_PASSWORD_LABEL" desc="Text for root password entry field label from enable debugging features dialog.">
root password
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_DEBUGGING_CONFIRM_PASSWORD_LABEL" desc="Text for root password entry field label from enable debugging features dialog.">
confirm password
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_DEBUGGING_WAIT_MESSAGE" desc="Confirmation message in dialog for enabling debugging features.">
Please wait...
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_DEBUGGING_EMPTY_ROOT_PASSWORD_LABEL" desc="Text for root password entry field label from enable debugging features dialog.">
leave empty if you want to set the root password to the default test image value
</message>
<if expr="reven">
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_DEBUGGING_HELP" desc="Help content of the enable debugging features dialog.">
<ph name="BEGIN_H3">&lt;h3&gt;</ph>Debugging Features<ph name="END_H3">&lt;/h3&gt;</ph>
<ph name="BR">&lt;br&gt;</ph>
You can enable the debugging features on your ChromeOS Flex Device in order to install and test custom code on your device. This will allow you to:<ph name="BR">&lt;br&gt;</ph>
<ph name="BEGIN_LIST">&lt;ul&gt;</ph>
<ph name="LIST_ITEM">&lt;li&gt;</ph>Remove rootfs verification so you can modify OS files
<ph name="LIST_ITEM">&lt;li&gt;</ph>Enable SSH access to the device using the standard test keys so you can use tools such as <ph name="BEGIN_CODE">&lt;span style=&quot;color:grey;font-family:monospace&quot;&gt;</ph>&apos;cros flash&apos;<ph name="END_CODE">&lt;/span&gt;</ph> to access the device
<ph name="LIST_ITEM">&lt;li&gt;</ph>Enable booting from USB so you can install an OS image from a USB drive
<ph name="LIST_ITEM">&lt;li&gt;</ph>Set both the dev and the system root login password to a custom value so you can manually SSH into the device
<ph name="END_LIST">&lt;/ul&gt;</ph>
<ph name="BR">&lt;br&gt;</ph>
Once enabled, most of the debugging features will remain enabled even after performing a powerwash or wiping the data on an enterprise managed device. To fully disable all debugging features, complete the ChromeOS recovery process (https://support.google.com/chromebook/answer/1080595).
<ph name="BR">&lt;br&gt;</ph>
<ph name="BR">&lt;br&gt;</ph>
For more information about the debugging features see:<ph name="BR">&lt;br&gt;</ph>
https://www.chromium.org/chromium-os/how-tos-and-troubleshooting/debugging-features
<ph name="BR">&lt;br&gt;</ph>
<ph name="BR">&lt;br&gt;</ph>
<ph name="BEGIN_BOLD">&lt;b&gt;</ph>Note:<ph name="END_BOLD">&lt;/b&gt;</ph> The system will reboot during the process.
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<if expr="not reven">
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_DEBUGGING_HELP" desc="Help content of the enable debugging features dialog.">
<ph name="BEGIN_H3">&lt;h3&gt;</ph>Debugging Features<ph name="END_H3">&lt;/h3&gt;</ph>
<ph name="BR">&lt;br&gt;</ph>
You can enable the debugging features on your ChromeOS Device in order to install and test custom code on your device. This will allow you to:<ph name="BR">&lt;br&gt;</ph>
<ph name="BEGIN_LIST">&lt;ul&gt;</ph>
<ph name="LIST_ITEM">&lt;li&gt;</ph>Remove rootfs verification so you can modify OS files
<ph name="LIST_ITEM">&lt;li&gt;</ph>Enable SSH access to the device using the standard test keys so you can use tools such as <ph name="BEGIN_CODE">&lt;span style=&quot;color:grey;font-family:monospace&quot;&gt;</ph>&apos;cros flash&apos;<ph name="END_CODE">&lt;/span&gt;</ph> to access the device
<ph name="LIST_ITEM">&lt;li&gt;</ph>Enable booting from USB so you can install an OS image from a USB drive
<ph name="LIST_ITEM">&lt;li&gt;</ph>Set both the dev and the system root login password to a custom value so you can manually SSH into the device
<ph name="END_LIST">&lt;/ul&gt;</ph>
<ph name="BR">&lt;br&gt;</ph>
Once enabled, most of the debugging features will remain enabled even after performing a powerwash or wiping the data on an enterprise managed device. To fully disable all debugging features, complete the ChromeOS recovery process (https://support.google.com/chromebook/answer/1080595).
<ph name="BR">&lt;br&gt;</ph>
<ph name="BR">&lt;br&gt;</ph>
For more information about the debugging features see:<ph name="BR">&lt;br&gt;</ph>
https://www.chromium.org/chromium-os/how-tos-and-troubleshooting/debugging-features
<ph name="BR">&lt;br&gt;</ph>
<ph name="BR">&lt;br&gt;</ph>
<ph name="BEGIN_BOLD">&lt;b&gt;</ph>Note:<ph name="END_BOLD">&lt;/b&gt;</ph> The system will reboot during the process.
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<message name="IDS_ENABLE_ARC_ADB_SIDELOADING_SETUP_TITLE" desc="Title of the enable ARC ADB Sideloading screen upon reboot">
Enable ADB debugging?
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_ARC_ADB_SIDELOADING_SETUP_MESSAGE" desc="Setup message in dialog for enabling ARC ADB Sideloading.">
Continuing will enable ADB debugging for creating and testing Android apps. Note that this action allows installation of Android apps that haven't been verified by Google, and requires a factory reset to disable.
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_ARC_ADB_SIDELOADING_ERROR_TITLE" desc="Title message when enabling of ARC ADB Sideloading fails.">
Something went wrong
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_ARC_ADB_SIDELOADING_ERROR_MESSAGE" desc="Error message when enabling of ARC ADB Sideloading fails.">
Couldn't enable ADB debugging. Go to Settings and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_ARC_ADB_SIDELOADING_LEARN_MORE" desc="Learn more link text in the enable ARC ADB Sideloading dialog.">
Learn more
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<message name="IDS_ENABLE_ARC_ADB_SIDELOADING_CONFIRM_BUTTON" desc="Button for confirming an action in a dialog for ARC ADB Sideloading.">
Confirm
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_ARC_ADB_SIDELOADING_CANCEL_BUTTON" desc="Button for canceling an action in a dialog for ARC ADB Sideloading.">
Cancel
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENABLE_ARC_ADB_SIDELOADING_OK_BUTTON" desc="Button for acknowledging in a dialog for ARC ADB Sideloading.">
OK
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_WARNING_MSG" desc="Warning text shown on reset screen above the exclamation icon.">
Reset this <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_WARNING_POWERWASH_MSG" desc="Warning text shown on reset screen below the exclamation icon.">
Powerwash to reset your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> to be just like new.
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_WARNING_POWERWASH_AND_ROLLBACK_MSG" desc="Warning text shown on reset screen below the exclamation icon.">
Powerwash your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> and return to the previous version.
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_WARNING_DETAILS_DATA" desc="Additional warning text shown on reset screen below the main warning.">
All user accounts and local data will be removed.
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_RESTART_MSG" desc="Text shown on reset screen below warning messages if device needs extra restart before powerwash.">
A restart is required to begin the Powerwash process. After restart you will be asked to confirm that you want to proceed.
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_TPM_FIRMWARE_UPDATE_OPTION" desc="Checkbox label for the TPM firmware update option of the powerwash process, shown on the device reset screen.">
Update firmware for added security.
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_POWERWASH" desc="Powerwash button text">
Powerwash
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_POWERWASH_AND_REVERT" desc="Powerwash+rollback button text">
Powerwash and Revert
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_PREPARING_REVERT_PROMISE" desc="Message shown on reset screen after user initiates powerwash with version revert while revert is prepared until reboot.">
<ph name="IDS_SHORT_PRODUCT_NAME">$1<ex>Chrome</ex></ph> will restart and reset momentarily
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_PREPARING_REVERT_SPINNER_MESSAGE" desc="Spinner message shown on reset screen after user initiates powerwash with version revert while revert is prepared until reboot.">
Reverting to the previously installed version of <ph name="IDS_SHORT_PRODUCT_NAME">$1<ex>Chrome</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_REVERT_ERROR" desc="Error message shown when revert was initiated but unavailable to be performed." meaning="Device reset screen revert option context.">
Oops, something went wrong.
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_REVERT_ERROR_EXPLANATION" desc="Error description shown when revert was initiated but unavailable to be performed.">
<ph name="IDS_SHORT_PRODUCT_NAME">$1<ex>Chrome</ex></ph> is unable to revert to the previously installed version. Please try again to Powerwash your device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_POPUP_POWERWASH_TITLE" desc="Confirmational pop-up on top of reset device dialog. Pop-up title for powerwash.">
Confirm Powerwash
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_POPUP_ROLLBACK_TITLE" desc="Confirmational pop-up on top of reset device dialog. Pop-up title for rollback.">
Confirm Powerwash with return to previous version
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_POPUP_POWERWASH_TEXT" desc="Confirmational pop-up on top of reset device dialog. Pop-up text for powerwash.">
Your device will be reset and all user accounts and local data will be removed. This cannot be undone.
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_POPUP_ROLLBACK_TEXT" desc="Confirmational pop-up on top of reset device dialog. Pop-up text for rollback.">
Your device will be returned to the previously installed version of Chrome. All user accounts and local data will be removed. This cannot be undone.
</message>
<message name="IDS_RESET_SCREEN_POPUP_CONFIRM_BUTTON" desc="Confirmational pop-up on top of reset device dialog. Confirm button text.">
Continue
</message>
<message name="IDS_WRONG_HWID_SCREEN_HEADER" desc="Header of message shown on screen notifying about malformed hardware ID.">
A factory error has been detected
</message>
<if expr="reven">
<message name="IDS_WRONG_HWID_SCREEN_MESSAGE_FIRST_PART" desc="Warning message shown on screen notifying about malformed hardware ID. First paragraph.">
Unfortunately, your computer is configured with a malformed hardware ID. This prevents ChromeOS Flex from updating with the latest security fixes and your computer <ph name="BEGIN_BOLD">&lt;b&gt;</ph>may be vulnerable to malicious attacks<ph name="END_BOLD">&lt;/b&gt;</ph>.
</message>
</if>
<if expr="not reven">
<message name="IDS_WRONG_HWID_SCREEN_MESSAGE_FIRST_PART" desc="Warning message shown on screen notifying about malformed hardware ID. First paragraph.">
Unfortunately, your computer is configured with a malformed hardware ID. This prevents ChromeOS from updating with the latest security fixes and your computer <ph name="BEGIN_BOLD">&lt;b&gt;</ph>may be vulnerable to malicious attacks<ph name="END_BOLD">&lt;/b&gt;</ph>.
</message>
</if>
<message name="IDS_WRONG_HWID_SCREEN_MESSAGE_SECOND_PART" desc="Warning message shown on screen notifying about malformed hardware ID. Second paragraph.">
Please contact your hardware manufacturer immediately to send your computer to a repair facility.
</message>
<message name="IDS_WRONG_HWID_SCREEN_SKIP_LINK" desc="Text on link that skips warning about malformed hardware ID.">
Skip for now
</message>
<message name="IDS_AUTO_ENROLLMENT_CHECK_SCREEN_HEADER" desc="Header of message only used for accessibility label in the current design, notifying about pending auto-enrollment check completion.">
Determining device configuration.
</message>
<message name="IDS_AUTO_ENROLLMENT_CHECK_SCREEN_MESSAGE" desc="Warning message shown on screen notifying about pending auto-enrollment check completion.">
Determining device configuration...
</message>
<message name="IDS_TERMS_OF_SERVICE_SCREEN_HEADING" desc="Heading at the top of the Terms of Service screen. MANAGER can be a domain or an email address.">
<ph name="MANAGER">$1<ex>example.com</ex></ph> Terms of Service
</message>
<message name="IDS_TERMS_OF_SERVICE_SCREEN_LOADING" desc="Message shown while the Terms of Service are being downloaded.">
Loading...
</message>
<message name="IDS_TERMS_OF_SERVICE_SCREEN_ERROR" desc="Error message shown when the Terms of Service could not be loaded.">
Terms of Service could not be loaded
</message>
<message name="IDS_TERMS_OF_SERVICE_SCREEN_TRY_AGAIN" desc="Message telling the user to try again later. Shown beneath the error message when the Terms of Service could not be loaded.">
Please check your network connection and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_TERMS_OF_SERVICE_SCREEN_BACK_BUTTON" desc="Text of the back button on Terms of Service screen.">
Back
</message>
<message name="IDS_TERMS_OF_SERVICE_SCREEN_RETRY_BUTTON" desc="Text of the retry button on Terms of Service screen.">
Retry
</message>
<message name="IDS_TERMS_OF_SERVICE_SCREEN_ACCEPT_BUTTON" desc="Text of the accept button on the Terms of Service screen.">
Accept and continue
</message>
<message name="IDS_CONTROLLED_SETTING_WITH_OWNER" desc="Text displayed in the controlled settings bubble when a setting's value can be edited only by the owner.">
This setting is managed by the device owner, <ph name="OWNER_EMAIL">$1<ex>john@google.com</ex></ph>.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CONTROLLED_SETTING_NO_OWNER" desc="Text displayed in the controlled settings bubble when a setting's value can be edited only by the owner.">
This setting is managed by the device owner.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CONTROLLED_SETTING_SHARED" desc="Text displayed in the controlled settings bubble when a setting's value belongs to the primary user but can be edited.">
This setting belongs to <ph name="OWNER_EMAIL">$1<ex>john@google.com</ex></ph>.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CONTROLLED_SETTING_DEMO_SESSION" desc="Text displayed in the controlled settings bubble when a setting's value is enforced by demo session.">
This setting can't be changed in a demo session.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CONTROLLED_SETTING_PARENT" desc="Text displayed in the controlled settings bubble when a setting's value is controlled by user's parent.">
This setting is managed by a parent.
</message>
<message name="IDS_STATUSBAR_DISABLE_SPOKEN_FEEDBACK" desc="The menu option to disable spoken feedback accessibility feature.">
Disable ChromeVox (spoken feedback)
</message>
<message name="IDS_STATUSBAR_NETWORK_DEVICE_ETHERNET" desc="Label for an ethernet network device.">
Ethernet
</message>
<message name="IDS_STATUSBAR_NETWORK_DEVICE_WIFI" desc="Label for a wifi network device.">
Wi-Fi
</message>
<message name="IDS_STATUSBAR_NETWORK_DEVICE_CELLULAR" desc="Label for a cellular network device.">
Mobile data
</message>
<!-- Status bar -->
<message name="IDS_STATUSBAR_NETWORK_DEVICE_ENABLE" desc="Enable the network device.">
Enable <ph name="NETWORKDEVICE">$1<ex>Wifi</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_STATUSBAR_NETWORK_DEVICE_DISABLE" desc="Disable the network device.">
Disable <ph name="NETWORKDEVICE">$1<ex>Wifi</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_STATUSBAR_NETWORK_DEVICE_STATUS" desc="The status of the network device.">
<ph name="NETWORKDEVICE">$1<ex>Wifi</ex></ph>: <ph name="STATUS">$2<ex>Connecting</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_STATUSBAR_NETWORK_MENU_ITEM_INDENT" desc="A menu item label with an indentation. For left-to-right languages, we use 3 spaces on the left.">
''' <ph name="LABEL">$1<ex>Wifi SSID</ex></ph>'''
</message>
<message name="IDS_STATUSBAR_NETWORK_OPEN_PROXY_SETTINGS_DIALOG" desc="The menu item in the network menu button at login screen for opening the options dialog">
Proxy settings...
</message>
<message name="IDS_STATUSBAR_NETWORK_MORE" desc="Message for last link in the network menu requesting more technical and less common stuff (proxy settings, IP and hardware addresses)">
More...
</message>
<message name="IDS_STATUSBAR_NO_NETWORKS_MESSAGE" desc="No networks are available">
No networks are available
</message>
<!-- Accessibility strings, to be spoken -->
<message name="IDS_CHROMEOS_ACC_LOGIN_SIGNING_IN" desc="Status when signing in.">
Signing in.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CHROMEOS_ACC_LOGIN_SIGNIN_OFFRECORD" desc="Status when signing in Incognito.">
Entering as Guest.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CHROMEOS_ACC_LOGIN_SIGNIN_PUBLIC_ACCOUNT" desc="Status when signing in into a public account.">
Entering managed session.
</message>
<message name="IDS_CHROMEOS_ACC_LEARN_MORE" desc="Dialog button [?] linking to more information.">
Learn more.
</message>
<!-- Common strings used in OOBE -->
<message name="IDS_CHROMEOS_OOBE_CLOSE_DIALOG" desc="Message to shown on a button for closing a modal dialog in OOBE">
Close
</message>
<!-- Auto launch managed guest sessions privacy notification -->
<message name="IDS_AUTO_LAUNCH_NOTIFICATION_TITLE" desc="Title of the notification which is shown when the managed guest session auto launched.">
Managed guest session
</message>
<message name="IDS_AUTO_LAUNCH_NOTIFICATION_BUTTON" desc="Text of the button.">
View details
</message>
<!-- Removable device notifications -->
<message name="IDS_REMOVABLE_DEVICE_DETECTION_TITLE" desc="Text of notification message which is shown when user inserts removable device (SD card, USB key...)">
Removable device detected
</message>
<message name="IDS_REMOVABLE_DEVICE_NAVIGATION_MESSAGE" desc="Text of notification message to navigate users to the Files app. If user clicks a button in the notification, the Files app opens.">
Explore the device’s content in the Files app.
</message>
<message name="IDS_REMOVABLE_DEVICE_ALLOW_PLAY_STORE_ACCESS_MESSAGE" desc="Text of notification message to navigate users to the ARC settings page. If user clicks a button in the notification, the page opens.">
For device preferences, go to Settings.
</message>
<message name="IDS_REMOVABLE_DEVICE_PLAY_STORE_APPS_HAVE_ACCESS_MESSAGE" desc="Text of notification message to navigate users to the ARC settings page. If user clicks a button in the notification, the page opens.">
Play Store applications have access to this device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_REMOVABLE_DEVICE_NAVIGATION_MESSAGE_READONLY_POLICY" desc="Text of notification message to navigate users to the Files app when attaching a removable media, but the administrator's poilcy forbids writing data to them. If user clicks a button in the notification, the Files app opens.">
Explore the device's content in the Files app. The content is restricted by an admin and can’t be modified.
</message>
<message name="IDS_REMOVABLE_DEVICE_NAVIGATION_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="Text of a button label in a notification to navigate users to the Files app. If user clicks the button, the Files app opens.">
Open Files app
</message>
<message name="IDS_REMOVABLE_DEVICE_OPEN_SETTTINGS_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="Text of a button label in a notification to navigate users to the ARC settings page. If user clicks the button, the page opens.">
Open settings
</message>
<message name="IDS_REMOVABLE_DEVICE_IMPORT_MESSAGE" desc="Text of notification message to start the media import flow. If user clicks a button in the notification, the import flow begins.">
Back up media from the device using the Files app.
</message>
<message name="IDS_REMOVABLE_DEVICE_IMPORT_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="Text of a button label in a notification to start the import flow. If user clicks the button, the import flow begins.">
View/Backup media
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEVICE_UNSUPPORTED_MESSAGE" desc="Text of notification message which is shown when user inserts removable device (SD card, USB key...)">
Sorry, the device <ph name="DEVICE_LABEL">$1<ex>My SD card</ex></ph> is not supported at this time.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEVICE_UNSUPPORTED_DEFAULT_MESSAGE" desc="Text of notification message which is shown when user inserts removable device (SD card, USB key...)">
Sorry, your external storage device is not supported at this time.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEVICE_UNKNOWN_MESSAGE" desc="Text of notification message which is shown when user inserts removable device (SD card, USB key...)">
Sorry, the device <ph name="DEVICE_LABEL">$1<ex>My SD card</ex></ph> could not be recognized.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEVICE_UNKNOWN_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="Text of a button label in a notification to format the device. If user clicks the button, the Files app opens and focus on unknown the device.">
Format this device
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEVICE_UNKNOWN_DEFAULT_MESSAGE" desc="Text of notification message which is shown when user inserts removable device (SD card, USB key...)">
Sorry, your external storage device could not be recognized.
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIPART_DEVICE_UNSUPPORTED_MESSAGE" desc="Text of notification message which is shown when user inserts removable device (SD card, USB key...)">
Sorry, at least one partition on the device <ph name="DEVICE_LABEL">$1<ex>MySDcard</ex></ph> could not be mounted.
</message>
<message name="IDS_MULTIPART_DEVICE_UNSUPPORTED_DEFAULT_MESSAGE" desc="Text of notification message which is shown when user inserts removable device (SD card, USB key...)">
Sorry, at least one partition on your external storage device could not be mounted.
</message>
<message name="IDS_EXTERNAL_STORAGE_DISABLED_MESSAGE" desc="Text of notification message which is shown when user inserts removable device but external storage is disabled by policy">
Sorry, your administrator has disabled external storage on your account.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEVICE_HARD_UNPLUGGED_TITLE" desc="Text of notification title which is shown when user manually removes external storage without clicking the eject icon">
Whoa, there. Be careful.
</message>
<message name="IDS_DEVICE_HARD_UNPLUGGED_MESSAGE" desc="Text of notification message which is shown when user manually removes external storage without clicking the eject icon">
In the future, be sure to eject your removable device in the Files app before unplugging it. Otherwise, you might lose data.
</message>
<!-- Formatting device notifications -->
<message name="IDS_FORMATTING_OF_DEVICE_PENDING_TITLE" desc="Title of notification message which is shown when formatting process of some device is in progress">
Formatting...
</message>
<message name="IDS_FORMATTING_OF_DEVICE_FINISHED_TITLE" desc="Title of notification message which is shown when formatting process finshes">
Formatting finished
</message>
<message name="IDS_FORMATTING_OF_DEVICE_FAILED_TITLE" desc="Title of notification message which is shown when formatting process fails">
Formatting failed
</message>
<message name="IDS_FORMATTING_OF_DEVICE_PENDING_MESSAGE" desc="Text of notification message which is shown when formatting process of some device is in progress">
The formatting process can take a couple of seconds. Please wait.
</message>
<message name="IDS_FORMATTING_FINISHED_SUCCESS_MESSAGE" desc="Text of notification message which is shown when formatting finishes without any errors.">
Formatting finished successfully!
</message>
<message name="IDS_FORMATTING_FINISHED_FAILURE_MESSAGE" desc="Text of notification message which is shown when there are some errors while formatting.">
Aw, Snap! There was an error during formatting.
</message>
<!-- Renaming device notifications -->
<message name="IDS_RENAMING_OF_DEVICE_FAILED_TITLE" desc="Title of notification message which is shown when renaming process fails">
Renaming failed
</message>
<message name="IDS_RENAMING_OF_DEVICE_FINISHED_FAILURE_MESSAGE" desc="Text of notification message which is shown when there are some errors while renaming.">
Aw, Snap! There was an error during renaming.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_ERROR_ALLOWLIST" desc="Couldn't sign in because user is not authorized by the device owner.">
You are not authorized to use this device. Please contact the device owner for sign-in permission.
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENTERPRISE_LOGIN_ERROR_ALLOWLIST" desc="Couldn't sign in because user is not authorized by the administrator.">
You are not authorized to use this device. Please contact the administrator for sign-in permission.
</message>
<message name="IDS_ENTERPRISE_AND_FAMILY_LINK_LOGIN_ERROR_ALLOWLIST" desc="Couldn't sign in because user is not authorized by the administrator.">
You are not authorized to use this device. Please contact the administrator for sign-in permission or sign in with a Google account supervised by Family Link.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCK_SCREEN_VERIFY_ACCOUNT" desc="Title of online account verification on the lock screen">
Verify account
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCK_SCREEN_VERIFY_BUTTON" desc="Next button for online account verification on the lock screen">
Verify
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCK_SCREEN_VERIFY_AGAIN_BUTTON" desc="Next button for 2nd online account verification on the lock screen">
Verify again
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCK_SCREEN_CANCEL_BUTTON" desc="Cancel button for online account verification on the lock screen">
Cancel
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCK_SCREEN_CLOSE_BUTTON" desc="Close button for online account verification on the lock screen">
Close
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCK_SCREEN_VERIFICATION_FAILED" desc="Title of incorrect user online reauthentication on the lock screen">
Verification was not successful
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCK_SCREEN_WRONG_USER_SUBTITLE1" desc="User that was not logged in tries to unlock the device">
The account you verified is not authorized to access this device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCK_SCREEN_WRONG_USER_SUBTITLE2" desc="User that was not logged in tries to unlock the device">
Please make sure you are verifying <ph name="ACCOUNT">$1<ex>test@example.com</ex></ph> to unlock the session.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCK_SCREEN_REAUTH_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle for lock screen user re-auth dialog">
Sign in to <ph name="ACCOUNT">$1<ex>test@example.com</ex></ph> again to verify this account
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCK_MANUAL_PASSWORD_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle for the manual password setting dialog.">
Enter your password again to verify your account.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCK_SAML_NOTICE" desc="Text message displayed above SAML portal to early indicate that the user is being redirected to another sign-in provider. This is the version of the string used in the GAIA flow.">
This sign-in service is hosted by <ph name="SAML_DOMAIN">$1<ex>saml.com</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCK_PASSWORD_CHANGED_TITLE" desc="Subtitle for the password changed dialog.">
Restore local data
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCK_PASSWORD_CHANGED_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle for the password changed dialog.">
Your verification was successful. To unlock and restore your local data, please enter your old <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> password.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCK_PASSWORD_CHANGED_OLD_PASSWORD_HINT" desc="Old password field hint on the password changed dialog.">
Enter old password
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCK_SCREEN_NETWORK_TITLE" desc="Title for the network dialog shown on the lock screen">
Network not available
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOCK_SCREEN_NETWORK_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle for lock screen network dialog">
Please connect to the internet to sign in to your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph>.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_ERROR_GOOGLE_ACCOUNT_NOT_ALLOWED" desc="Couldn't sign into Google account on the Active Directory managed device.">
Sorry, Google accounts are not allowed on this device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_ERROR_AUTHENTICATING_2ND_TIME" desc="Couldn't sign in because password is invalid for the 2nd time">
Sorry, your password still could not be verified. Note: if you changed your password recently, your new password will be applied once you sign out, please use the old password here.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_ERROR_AUTHENTICATING_NEW" desc="Couldn't sign in because username or password invalid">
Sorry, your email or password could not be verified. Please try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_ERROR_AUTHENTICATING_KIOSK" desc="Couldn't pass kiosk lock screen to configure network.">
Sorry, your password could not be verified. Please try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_ERROR_OFFLINE_FAILED_NETWORK_NOT_CONNECTED" desc="Couldn't sign in because offline sign-in has failed and network is not connected">
Sorry, your email or password could not be verified. Try connecting to a network first.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_ERROR_KEYBOARD_SWITCH_HINT" desc="A hint text for the login and lock screens about correct layout">
Check your keyboard layout and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_ERROR_CAPTIVE_PORTAL" desc="An error message shown when we suggest that user may be behind the captive portal.">
Before signing in, please enter as Guest to activate the network <ph name="NETWORK_ID">$1<ex>Public Wifi</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_ERROR_OWNER_REQUIRED" desc="Couldn't sign in because the machine is in policy safe mode and needs owner login">
Sign-in has been restricted to the owner account only. Please reboot and sign in with the owner account. The machine will auto reboot in 30 seconds.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_ERROR_OWNER_KEY_LOST" desc="Couldn't sign in because the owner key has been lost, device settings corruption or incorrect local time.">
Sign-in failed, please connect to the internet and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_ERROR_TPM_FAILURE_TITLE" desc="Title of the screen notifying user about TPM error.">
Something went wrong with signing in
</message>
<message name="IDS_LOGIN_ERROR_TPM_DBUS_ERROR_TITLE" desc="Title of the screen notifying user about TPM error." translateable="false">
Something went wrong during TPM check