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Generated LFMOBILE:// URLs

asked on April 16, 2014

I have been trying out the WebAccess URL generation workflow activity and I can't figure out the usage of the LFMobile:// URL that is generated.


How can I get my android phone to use that URL to launch the Mobile app?  Is it supposed to be a clickable link somehow?


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replied on April 17, 2014

For Android, not all the mail app recognize s the lfmobile:// as a hyper llink.

What you can do is to copy the url to browser and hit go. It'll launch the LF Mobile app from there.

However, based on different Android OS and built-in browser, some browser might not work with it. For example, on Andoid4.2, chrome doesn't launch LFMobile, but Firefox can launch LFMobile.

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replied on April 17, 2014

LFMOBILE:// links are clickable in iOS. I use them on the iPhone/iPad apps. For example, when this link is inserted into an email and delivered to a mobile user, the LF mobile app will launch automatically when selected.  I haven't tested with android.

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replied on August 8, 2016

Hi Everyone,

I have installed LF 10.1, I am using LF mobile and on IOS the link works fine but when I tested on Android it does not appear as a link. Is there a possibility to make this link clickable on Android please?


Kind Regards,


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replied on October 20, 2017 Show version history

Hi there - are there any updates with regard to making these links clickable in the Android mail app? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. 

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replied on June 11, 2018

Still looking for an update regarding this...

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replied on September 12, 2018

LFMobiles is no longer clickable in the latest version of iOS. It used to work on my iPhone but not any longer.

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replied on April 14, 2020

Hi, any updates regarding this issue we are facing a similar problem with 10.2 with IOS the links work but with android the links wont work at all. Please help!. Thanks.

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