Getting Started with Fire OS Device Management
Fire OS is an operating system based on Android Open Source Project (AOSP) that runs on Amazon’s Fire TV, tablets and phones. Though it is built on AOSP, Fire OS differs from Android and is widely used by organizations. You can enroll Amazon Fire tablets, phones and e-readers in Hexnode UEM to manage them all from a single console. Hexnode provides numerous Android-based functionalities that can be delivered across Fire OS devices as well. Let’s kick start with Fire OS device management.
Enroll Fire OS Devices
Enrollment is the process of adding devices to the UEM console for device administration. There are several enrollment techniques to enroll Fire OS devices in Hexnode UEM. Go through the link below to learn more about enrolling Fire OS devices.
Configuring restrictions on the device enables the organizations to limit specific device functionalities, which could act as extended privileges to the mobile workforce. It helps manage the devices efficiently and exert control over them so that they fulfil the enterprise standards. A set of basic restrictions can be enforced on Fire OS devices.
Basic Restrictions: These restrictions help specify the device features and apps that must be disabled, preventing the users from accessing them.
Follow the link below to know more about configuring restrictions.
Configuring restrictions on Fire OS…
App management facilitates easy deployment and management of apps across devices. It helps ensure that the necessary apps are installed on the devices to serve all the business-oriented purposes. In addition, you can distribute or remove the apps from time to time to ensure that they are equipped with or limited to the apps essential for the employees to do their job.
Enabling kiosk mode on the devices configures the device to serve a business-specific need. It locks down the device to a single app or a handful of applications. Also, there are many settings and features specifically for kiosk mode to provide additional security to the devices. Tap on the link and get started with enabling kiosk mode on Fire OS devices.
Networks and Accounts
While managing the devices, you can ensure that the devices are connected to secure networks using the network configurations. Ensure utmost security for the devices by setting up suitable configurations that include:
Accounts configurations streamline access to corporate accounts like email, Exchange ActiveSync, etc., from the devices. Go through the links to know more about setting up different accounts on Fire OS devices.
The file Management in Hexnode UEM allows easy distribution of corporate data to the enrolled Fire OS devices. Learn more about managing and sending files by tapping on the link below.
Remote View & Control
The remote view functionality enables the admin to remotely view and control the enrolled devices from the Hexnode UEM console. It provides a live preview of the devices and facilitates easier remote administration and troubleshooting without physically touching them. Get to know more about the remote view from the link below.
Network Data Management
You can manage the devices’ mobile data usage using the ‘Network Data Usage Management’ functionality. It helps you monitor the data usage remotely, configure alert notifications to notify both the user and admin about the data usage, limit data usage when it crosses the specified limit, and much more. The following link helps you understand more about mobile data management for Fire OS devices from the Hexnode UEM console.