Break out screenshots from cast/screen sharing to allow management individually (use case of remote support blacking out the screen when screenshots are disabled)
Terminology updates – allowlist for whitelist, blocklist for blacklist (but in a way that doesn't break APIs, we don't need more of those)
More dedicated default APIs (like SMS recently – launcher, phone, browser, etc, etc). Preferred intent works for tested use cases but it could be improved.
Provisioning app caching for enrolment (DPC extras)
Allow extras to list apps to pull at time of provisioning, rather than waiting for enrolment; particularly for required_for_setup this can speed things up a fair bit. Allow DPC to "take over" if provisioning is quick and/or apps are slow to DL.
Admin acceptances of T&C's & SUW prompts (GMS core) (I know this has been a point of contention for years, but ultimately whether Google wants end users to accept them or not, the reality is the hundreds of thousands staged and/or set up remotely from end users means they never check the boxes anyway.)
For dedicated, multi-person devices, allow a config to accept SUW prompts for management and T&Cs on behalf of the company/admin, not the user. This is a massive time-suck for us today and doesn't suit the EDLA style deployment environments we work in. Allow ZT to be closer to actually ZT for stagers and provisioners
Allow force-skip OEM SUW panels. Often these block enrolment until something is done on the device.
Admin-configured SUW panel for support and/or enterprise information
Config of display density
Config of time zone after provisioning
Config of locale after provisioning
A universal Android "offline solution" akin to what apple offers for backup/restore. Swapping devices is still such a pain even on 13; cloud services are OK in what they restore, and the OEM solutions (Pixel, Samsung, etc) are a little better, but it's almost never guaranteed to be a carbon copy from one device to another, or even restoring the same device. I used to leverage TWRP, then later Helium, occasionally ADB backups, to do backup & restore as needed, but it's all too much effort or too technical for the wider market – it's such a low-hanging fruit