# Administration Interface


The administration interface is available only for the manager of the organization.

To open the administration interface, click cog settings next to account settings.

# Dashboard

You can view your instances state and credit from this page:


From this area, you can view all virtual devices currently running in for your organization. You can view which user has an active virtual device, the virtual device name, the person who shared the virtual device, the creation date and time of the virtual device. You can also sort this information by clicking on each column titles.

# Stopping a virtual device

As an administrator, you may need to stop a running virtual device for whatever reason. From the Actions column, click Stop on the line corresponding to the virtual device you wish to stop:

# Manage users

Manage users

# Adding users to your organization

To add a new user to your organization:

  1. Click add user

    add user box

  2. Enter the new user's email address and press Enter.

  3. Add a message that will be sent with the invitation (optional).

  4. Click Invite and Close.


The invited users will receive an email to activate their accounts. Once they validate their account, their status will change from Pending invitation to Access granted in the user list.


Temporary email (also known as disposable) providers are not allowed for registration. Email aliases are also prohibited.

# Editing users' details

To edit a user's personal details:

  1. Click Device default and Edit Hover on the line of the user for whom you want to edit details.

    Edit user details

  2. Edit the user's details and click Confirm.

# Defining access to Genymotion SaaS

To grant or deny access to a user, click Device default and Enable hover or Disable hover on the line of the desired user.

Edit user access

# Billing

This section contains your organization details (name, billing address, etc), your current plan and credit card details.


# Additional billing contact

The Additional billing contact field allows you to add a contact who will automatically receive a copy of billing emails: invoices and payment-related communications.

# Credit cards

You can add up to 5 credit cards. The Default card will be used first at each end of a billing cycle. Additional cards will be used if payment fails for any reason. This avoids having your subscription suspended and devices stopped in case of payment failure.

You can change your default card and delete your credit cards at any time. Please note that you cannot delete the default card associated with an active subscription. You have to Cancel plan first.

# Invoices

This section displays all your previous invoices:


You can click details-button to see the details of an invoice, or click download-button to download it as PDF.

In case of payment failure, click pay-button to open the online payment form.

# Invoice detail

Invoice detail

The invoice detail page allows you to check your billed usage, and see which devices have been used by users. This page is an estimate and may slightly differ from the final invoice.

In case of payment failure, click pay-button to open the online payment form.

# Settings

Admin settings

# Datacenter location

The datacenter location defines where you want your virtual devices hosts to be. Pick the nearest location for better performance. By default, the location is the one you chose at signup.

# Virtual devices automatic shutdown

# Frontend inactivity

Closing your web browser, tab or logging out will not stop your running virtual devices.
The Frontend inactivity setting allows you to configure the delay after which the device will be stopped in this case. The default value is 30 minutes.

Timeout will not apply if the device display webpage or tab is still opened.

# Maximum run duration

The Maximum run duration setting allows you to configure the maximum duration time of your virtual devices. They will automatically shutdown after the specified duration is reached, whether or not they are active. Countdown starts when the virtual device goes online.