Minimum requirements for using Onix Inspect

Our latest application for inspections, Onix Inspect, works with phones or tablets running Android, iOS and PC running Windows, with some minimum operating system requirements.

On Windows PC

  • Operating system: Windows 8 or above
  • Processor: 1.0 GHz or faster
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM

On mobile devices

  • iOS: iPhone and iPad running the two most recent major versions of iOS. For example, when a new, major version of iOS is released, the iOS requirement is the new version and the most recent versions that preceded it.
  • Android: phones and tablets running Android 5.0 or above
  • Screen size: fits any screen, ideally on 4.7-inch and larger screens
  • Free memory: at least 600 MB
  • Free storage: at least 1 GB

Supported scanners in Onix Inspect

  • A wide range of scanners that support HID standard (Human interface devices)
  • Blueberry HS UHF scanners: These scanners need to be configured to HID profile. We will release a standalone Window application and instruction on how to configure them properly.
  • Icekey UHF and other scanners that don’t have HID profile built-in: Since this release, scanners without HID profile built-in aren’t supported in Onix Inspect, If you find it necessary to use these scanners, please drop us a line in Onix Community.

Tips when buying devices

As it is impossible to test Onix Inspect against all available phones/tablets on the market, we kindly ask you to follow our below tips before you purchase new hardware:

  • If you are buying more than one unit, buy one first to test.
  • If possible, use a provider that offers full return/exchange.
  • Do not buy the cheapest. These often have inadequate resolution, weak processor or low memory.

Note

Onix is not responsible for hardware. Nor for that hardware and software will work together. To deliver the best possible experience in Onix Inspect, we keep our list of supported operating systems short. Please be kindly noticed that we don’t fix bugs or issues for unsupported operating system out of this list.

We test for only a limited range of devices and can only refer to this specification as a template for what should work.