Global Settings

The Global Settings button brings up a list of settings common to all TinyTERM Enterprise connection configurations, as well as general app behavior.

The About screen shows the product version, license used and other information relevant to your Android device.

HostTE Proxy Settings identifies the proxy server to be used, both as a connection proxy and for session persistence. This has its own user guide.

Manage SSH Keys allows you to create and manage RSA and DSA keys for use with SSH connections. This has its own user guide.

Enable Configuration Lock will immediately require a password of at least eight characters. Changing any settings after that requires you to enter the password; otherwise, the configuration screens cannot be edited. The Require Password option allows you to set the time limit after entering the password before it is required again.

The Debug options record different aspects of TinyTERM's operations, allowing Century Software to troubleshoot unexpected behaviors. The current debug log is included when exporting the configuration.

Selecting Reprovision Application allows you to enter a license key. This can change an evaluation into a purchased version. It can also change the available feature set, depending on what was purchased.

You can Export Configuration via email. This creates a TinyTERM.ttconfig container file that includes all connection configurations, keyboard and code page customizations, and printer settings saved in TinyTERM. This TinyTERMConfig.ttconfig file can be imported into another device running TinyTERM Enterprise for Android, or even into TinyTERM Enterprise for iOS.

The Legal screen shows the full Century Software, Inc., End User License Agreement.

Screen Orientation

Screen Orientation determines the basic position of the TinyTERM emulator display. There are five available positions:

  • Rotate Freely: TinyTERM matches device orientation
  • Portrait Top: locks TinyTERM into portrait mode, aligned with the top of the device screen
  • Portrait Bottom: portrait mode, aligned with the bottom of the device screen
  • Landscape Right: landscape mode, aligned with the right of the device screen
  • Landscape Left: landscape mode, aligned with the left of the device screen

Android User Guide Table of Contents