Android Enterprise and Microsoft Intune: And the additional configuration layer

This week is all around another Android Enterprise related subject. This week is about the additional configuration layer that is also known as OEMConfig. OEMConfig provides OEMs with the capabilities of building an additional configuration layer on top of the configuration layer that is provided out-of-the-box via the Android Management API. That provides Microsoft Intune with the possibility to implement support for OEMConfig and that provides the OEM with the possibility to implement additional configuration options via OEMConfig. That enables the OEM to quickly introduce new features, without having to wait on Microsoft Intune to introduce those new features. In this post I’ll start with a further introduction to OEMConfig, followed with an example of using OEMConfig. In that example I’ll use the Samsung Knox …

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