If you manage Android devices in the enterprise, you’ve come to the right place! Below you’ll find a selection of documents covering all aspects of Android and Android Enterprise.
Whether you’re just discovering Android Enterprise or are looking to boost existing knowledge, the below should be helpful across the board. Looking for something specific that hasn’t been documented? Submit your question on GitHub (account required)!
Android 14 currently suffers from a bug causing policy configurations to be permanently applied unless unenrolled and re-enrolled. Read more.
The official release of Android 14 is here! Is your organisation prepared for what's new? Check out what's new in Android 14!
From Android 14 it is no longer possible to install any application that targets API level 23 - Android 6.0. Attempting to do so will trigger a security exception. Applications already installed will remain untouched, however new installs on any device that hasn't previously had the application will fail.
Be sure to update your applications to target a recent API level (or at least 7.0) before deploying any Android 14 devices into your estate. This will become a rolling policy, incrementing an API level with every future release.
Check the techdoc for more info.
Be aware, a year after Google deprecated the old app approval APIs, EMMs are now switching over to the new flow. This does not impact AMAPI-based EMMs, with the exception of Intune.
Admins will no longer see an approve button for applications in the managed Google Play iFrame, and will instead see a select button instead.