Android and Auditor use a lot of different technologies to work. The documentation online is very technical, so it's not very easy to follow. In a nutshell, it uses cryptography to verify the system files haven't been modified at all and you're running a legitimate version of GrapheneOS.
Graphty6pro verification with other Android....no option, this is my first Android
no problem. The remote verification works pretty much the same way as Android to Android pairing.
Graphty6pro what hours to choose because I dont understand the first and second option hours to fill in?
The first field, verify interval, is how often your phone will send data to the server to check if the OS is okay. The second field, delay until alerts, just means if your phone stops syncing the site will send you an email to tell you your phone isn't syncing. I have mine set to verify interval: 2 hours, delay until alerts: 32 hours.
Graphty6pro From my device I did scan the qr code on the iPhone no problem, then what? How to scan back? They say refresh, ok I did then what? I no need to scan back? And no need to disable remote .... before I left?
Once you scan the QR code from the Auditor app, you're finished. Everything will work on its own and you don't need to worry about it anymore. If there are any issues, you'll get an email or notification.
If you can't scan, go to Auditor, hit the three dots menu in the upper-right hand corner, hit disable remote verification, hit the three dots again, then hit enable remote verification, then scan the QR code. Once it's scanned, you're finished. Then you can refresh the https://attestation.app/ page to see your information.
Graphty6pro About the key...when restart I see the begin end numbers is yes the same, how can in a cpl seconds read/ check this key so long???
Once you see that screen, hit the phone's lock button. It'll pause there while you check those numbers. When you're finished, hit the lock button again and your phone will start to boot up.