Yesterday, the end of general support announcement for AW Container (the app) was posted in VMware KB effective as of August 9 2020. This is a long expected move, but I know that there are still customers out there using it on unmanaged devices for MAM only mode. What can they do to replace the... Continue Reading →
I regularly get questions from customers and partners who used kiosk mode on older Device Admin devices with VMware (then AirWatch) Launcher, and have issues since they had migrated to Android Enterprise and Launcher 4.0+. In this post you will learn how to: Solve the most frequent (and annoying) issue when migrating Launcher setups to... Continue Reading →
I am pretty sure you've heard already about the issues with Samsung Galaxy S10 fingerprint sensor and Google Pixel 4 Face Unlock. Both companies have acknowledged the issues and committed to releasing the patches "soon" (Samsung is said to be testing fixes in certain countries already). What can you in the meantime? With Workspace ONE... Continue Reading →
I've been planning and preparing and researching for my Android 10 Overview post for a while now, and then I found this monster of a review from Ron Amadeo on Ars Technica (instant subscribe!) https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2019/09/android-10-the-ars-technica-review/ Basically, I have very litte to add. The review is huge, though and will take a while. If you want... Continue Reading →
In the last several weeks a number of bugs were found in Apple's iOS, MacOS and protocols. This had coincided with a partner workshop last Friday, where the decisive argument was "Have you ever heard of an Antivirus for an iPhone". Here's what came out.
Workspace ONE has a ton of features built specifically for Samsung: KNOX OEM Extensions (modern and legacy), KNOX Service Plugin support (OEMconfig), E-FOTA, KNOX Mobile Enrollment, Legacy containers etc etc. There are a few switches controlling the end result. Today I want to discuss a few ones, that pop up in my practice every few... Continue Reading →
I use NFC provisioning a lot when I work with Android Enterprise (especially, the Device owner scenarios). Apps like AirWatch Relay or Knox Deployment make testing and playing e.a.s.y. - I don't have to tap through the Startup Wizard, type in my 20+ char WLAN PSK, manually enroll the device etc. And I can have... Continue Reading →
Continuing on the Android Q changes that affect the EMM. Today's subject is the upcoming mandatory Wi-Fi MAC Randomization: what is it, how does this affect you, and what do you need to do now or later about it. This article is based on my own exploration of the source code and may not be... Continue Reading →