Device groups are way to collect headsets in easy-to-move groups and point them at one experienece. On top of that, device groups provide the unique capability to force the device in the group to automatically download content for offline viewing and enter a locked-UI mode.
To set up a device group:
- Pair the device to your account
- Create device group
- Set the device group settings
- Point it to the desired SPIN
- Start up the headset
- If SPIN Play is closed, just open the app, and the group setting will apply
- If SPIN Play is already open, go the gallery and hit the refresh icon to get the latest settings
- Let the headsets download if you have auto-download enabled
Below is a deeper dive into each step.
To access device groups, navigate to the 'Devices' tab in the top right of SPIN Studio.
On the left hand side of the Devices tab is a button to "Pair Device". To add devices to a device group you firs need to have paired your device.
Once you have paired the device, create a device group. On the left side is an "Add Device Group" button.
Change the settings of your device group. Auto-download, on by default, downloads the videos to the headsets in the group as soon as they start up. If a device is in the SPIN Play gallery while you are setting up a device group, make sure to hit refresh in the SPIN Play after all your settings are prepared to have the headset retrieve the latest request.
At this point you should also
Lock content puts SPIN Play into a friendlier user interface. It takes away the pairing and share key buttons, and leaves the download, refresh, and settings button visible. Lastly it puts it into an offline-safe mode, meaning it no longer takes updates to content.
When you have auto-download enabled, the devices paired, woken up and refreshed, they will start to download the videos. In SPIN Studio you will be able to monitor download progress, get the SPIN Play version, and see the headset battery level.