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Device owner Provisioner
Managed Provisioning is a framework UI flow to ensure users are adequately informed of the implications of setting a device owner or managed profile. It is designed to act as a setup wizard for managed profiles.
This is a simple app that helps you Device owner Provision apps on Android devices running Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or higher. In order to use this tool, you must have a device in an unprovisioned state,
which means it is on the first screen of the setup wizard, and you also must have an eligible device owner app in a downloadable state. To provision, you will install this app on the provisioning device, set all settings for your device owner app, and then use that device to send the provisioning details to the unprovisioned device via an Android Beam.
Devices that enable default encryption offer a considerably simpler and quicker device administration provisioning flow. The managed provisioning component:
- Encrypts the device
- Creates the managed profile
- Disables non-required applications
- Sets the enterprise mobility management (EMM) app as profile owner
In turn, the EMM app:
- Adds user accounts
- Enforces device compliance
- Enables any additional system applications
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In this flow, managed provisioning triggers device encryption. The framework copies the EMM app into the managed profile as part of managed provisioning. The instance of the EMM app inside of the managed profile gets a callback from the framework when provisioning is done. The EMM can then add accounts and enforce policies; it then calls set-profile enabled(), which makes the launcher icons visible.