Cedar Rapids public had a pretty good system for wiping their android tablets. I'm not sure if they still are doing the tablets; they were very popular but they had a pretty good loss rate. I don't remember the process exactly but the tablets did cycle through IT to get reimaged. They had a dedicated computer and would plug them in and then run some scripts. I’m pretty sure the turnaround was less than a day. I think Patrick Duggan from CRPD could give you the details. They also came up some custom cases that the tablets were lent with.
From: Code for Libraries [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Christopher Davis
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Thank you for that prospective...the tablets which we plan to deploy are Android and iOS powered devices.
All the best,
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On June 27, 2016 12:14:01 PM MDT, Lou Ann Stroup <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>My understanding is yes if it is Windows based Operating System.
>Lou Ann Stroup-French
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>Subject: [CODE4LIB] Deep Freeze functionality on tablets
>Please excuse this cross posting. My institution would like to loan out
>laptops and tablet computers to patrons for in-library use. I know that
>Deep Freeze can keep the software clean and wipe all user information
>from the laptops upon reboot, but I am wondering what others have done
>to accomplish the same tasks on their circulating tablets. Please reply
>to this message with your advice or experiences on this topic.
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