How to run client with top Android status bar visible and other questions

Discussion in 'Parallels Client for Android' started by mik2, Jun 16, 2021.

  1. mik2

    mik2 Bit poster


    I'm using latest Android Parallels Client (18.0.0-22344) and I would like to keep top status bar visible (so user can see battery, signal and keyboard modifier status). Is it possible?

    Also I'm able to start session using "tuxclient://" command but upon closing it runs Parallels App in front (and I'm using locked home screen) and I don't know how to block it from user?

    Last thing is that global Parallels settings are not exported/imported (like Parallels connection bar visibility). Is it possible to set them using intents of files?

  2. RobertB77


    The top status bar visibility is typically controlled by the app's full-screen settings. If the Parallels Client is running in full-screen mode, it may hide the status bar. You can check the app's settings or the forum discussions for any options to keep the status bar visible. This behavior might be related to the app's default settings. There isn't readily available information on how to block the app from running after a session is closed. You may need to contact Parallels support or check the forums for specific guidance on this issue. It seems that the global settings for the Parallels Client, such as the connection bar visibility, can be exported and imported using a ".2xc" file. This file can be created through the export settings option in the Parallels Client and then imported into another instance of the client.

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