With Android Enterprise (AE) Enrollment, you will be able to use the Managed Google Play Store feature in AMS. You can use the "Add from Managed Google Play Store" feature in the Provisioning Template during device enrollment. This will enable you to easily add apps to your device during the setup process.
Before starting enrolling the device with Android Enterprise (AE) Enrollment, you will need to register/bind with your Gmail. If you have not register/bind with your Gmail, please refer to this help article to finish the process first.
After the registering/binding process is completed, you will be redirected back to the Admin Console. Please proceed with the following steps to finish enrolling the device, and grant the permissions for Biz Daemon.
1. Power on your device and connect it to the network, and finish the following procedure on the device.
If your device is already in use, please go to the settings on the device to factory reset your device.
Note: If necessary, back up or sync all necessary app data before factory reset.
2. When you see the device screen asking you to configure your Gmail account, enter "afw#setup" in the input box on the Gmail sign-in page. Then continue to complete the following steps on your device.
3. After a few steps, you will be prompted to scan a QR code. Please authorize the permission required to scan the QR code, and scan the QR code on the right side of the page from Admin Console under Devices > Device Enrollment > Android Enterprise (AE) Enrollment > Enrollment Guide
Please ensure that you have completed the setup of Provisioning Templates. If not, refer to this article to complete the Provisioning Templates settings.
After scanning the QR code, AirDroid Biz Daemon will be downloaded automatically.
4. Authorize Biz Daemon permissions:
After installation, open Biz Daemon on the device, you will need to authorize Biz Daemon permissions. You can customize them as you need, please check the explanation under every permission:
● Accessibility: Related to remote access, app installation, etc.
● Allow access to manage all files: Allow Biz Daemon to read the files on the devices.
● Microphone: Allow Biz Daemon to enable voice call and acquire device surroundings sound.
● Device admin apps: If you do not grant the Biz Daemon Device Owner permission, this permission will be essential for Biz Daemon to work properly. It will not show up when Biz Daemon has Device Owner permission.
● Allow collect app usage data: Allow Biz Daemon to collect relevant data for AMS, reports, etc.
● Allow install unknown apps: For AMS app installation, etc.
● Apps notification: Allow the notification and other management functions to work.
● Display over other apps: Allow the Biz Daemon to display on top of other apps you are using.
● Allow changing system settings: Allow Biz Daemon modifying system settings.
● Ignore battery optimization: Optimize Biz Daemon's functionality.
● Further guidance of setting for you to enhance your management experience.
Click continue and the process will be finished. If you need to change the permission after completing the deployment process, you can always change the accessibility accordingly by opening the Biz Daemon.
After these steps, the Biz Daemon should work to align with your needs.
Just a reminder, the Biz Daemon layout, and options might be different from the screenshot in the article, depending on the Android System version and the device model.
Should you want to optimize the overall management experience, please check the next step.