How to configure Seuic devices with OEMConfig
OEMConfig, a brand-new Android standard from Google, enables the OEMs to create a set of custom-made features specific to their devices that UEMs like Hexnode can immediately support. This enables organizations to seamlessly roll out these restrictions/configurations to devices immediately as the feature releases with no further delay. The OEMConfig feature in Hexnode allows you to deploy these settings to your devices remotely.
You can use OEMConfig in Hexnode to set up your Android Enterprise-managed Seuic CRUISE 1 (Android 9.0) device for work using OEMConfig.
To set up Seuic devices with OEMConfig,
- Enroll your organization in the Android Enterprise.
- Enroll the device in the Android Enterprise either as Device Owner or Profile Owner.
- Approve and add Seuic OEMConfig app to the Hexnode app repository.
- Set up the app configurations for the app.
- Associate the configurations with target entities.
Add Seuic OEMConfig to the Hexnode app inventory
- On your Hexnode UEM console, navigate to the Apps tab.
- Click on +Add Apps > Managed Google Apps.
- Search for Seuic OEMConfig and select the app.
- Click on Approve.
- A pop-up specifying the permissions required by the app will be displayed. Go through it and click Approve.
- This will take you to the Approval Settings page. Select a method by which you would handle new app permission requests. You can choose from:
- Keep approved when app requests new permissions: Select this to ensure that the app is kept approved in the portal even if new permissions are required. The users will be able to update the app.
- Revoke app approval when this app requests new permissions: Select this option to remove the app from the app repository until it is reapproved when it requires new permissions.
- On the same pop-up wizard, navigate to the Notifications tab. To subscribe to email notifications when the approved apps request new permissions, enter the email address and click on Add. You can add as many subscribers as you need.
- Click on Done.
This will add the app to the Hexnode app repository. Before deploying the OEM configurations to the devices, you have to ensure that Seuic OEMConfig is installed on the devices. You can use the remote action Install Application or the Mandatory App policy to remotely roll out the app to the devices.
Set up Seuic specific configurations
- On your Hexnode MDM console, navigate to the Policies tab.
- Click on New Policy to create a new policy or edit an existing policy. Provide a policy name and description (Optional) if you are creating a new policy.
- Go to Android > App Management > App Configurations.
- Click on Configure > + Add new configuration.
- Search and select Seuic OEMConfig from the list of apps.
- Configure the available settings before saving the policy.
Listed here are some of the basic OEM-specific configurations,
|Sound Play||Enable this option to play a voice prompt while scanning.|
|Viberate||Toggle on this option to disable the vibration on scanning.|
|Play Scan LED||Enable to allow the LED indicator to flash the red light once when the scan is successful.|
|Append||Disable this feature to blocks continuously outputting bar codes.|
|Auto Clear||Toggle on this option to automatically clear the last scanned barcode before scanning the next.|
|Booted Start||Enable this option to automatically turn on the scan tool while booting up.|
|Show Type||If enabled, the device will display the barcode type while scanning.|
|Filter invisible chars||Enable to filter invisible barcode characters.|
|Stop Scan On Up||If this option is enabled,
|Loop Scan||If enabled, the device will scan barcodes continuously.|
|Interval||Enter the time delay that you require between two scans.|
|Suffix||Enter the barcode output suffix (numbers, letters, special characters etc.) in the provided field.|
|Prefix||Enter the barcode output prefix (numbers, letters, special characters etc.) in the provided field.|
|End Char||Specify which character should mark the end of the barcode. The available options are ENTER, TAB, SPACE, CR_LF, NONE.|
|Barcode send mode||Select any of the following options: FOCUS, BROADCASE, EMUKEY, CLIPBOARD to send the barcode.
Barcode Params Configurations
With this configuration you can set up the barcode parameter for the following types of barcodes:
For S8 Scanner:
Code 128, UPC/EAN, Code 39, Code 93, Code 11, Interleaved 2 of 5, Codabar, MSI, RSS, QR, Data Matrix, China Post, Matrix 2 of 5, Postal Code, EAN UCC Composite, Composite, PDF417, MicroPDF417, MaxiCode, Aztec, Codablock F, Telepen, OCR, and Grid Matrix.
For X3 Scanner:
Code 128, UPC/EAN, Code 39, Code 93, Code 11, Interleaved 2 of 5, Codabar, MSI, RSS, QR, Data Matrix, China Post, Matrix 2 of 5, Composite, PDF417, MicroPDF417, MaxiCode, Aztec, Codablock F, and Telepen.
You can also configure basic parameters for each scanner type like Duration, Scanning angle, Time-out, Continuous scan, and more with the option Basic settings.
|Enable Wifi Settings||Enable this option to allow users to enable Wi-Fi on their devices.|
|Set Wifi Settings||Toggle on to enable Wi-Fi on the device. By default, this is enabled.|
|Allow Wifi Profiles||Toggle on this option to allow users to configure Wi-Fi profile on their devices.|
|Allow Auto-Connect To Wifi||If enabled, users will be able to configure the Wi-Fi auto-connect feature on their devices. By default, this is enabled.|
|Allow Unsecure Wifi||If toggled on, users will be allowed to connect to unsecured Wi-Fi networks. By default, this is enabled.|
|Enable Country Code Setting||Enable this option to allow users to configure the country code on their device. By default, this is enabled.|
|Set Country Code||Select the country from the drop-down menu. By default, USA is selected.|
|Enable Frequency Band Setting||If enabled, users can set the WLAN frequency band on their device. By default, this is allowed.|
|Set Frequency Band||Set any of the following as the device’s WLAN frequency band – Automatic, 2.4 GHz only, and 5 GHz only. The default value is Automatic.|
|Enable Roam Delta Setting||Roam delta level is the signal strength that a device looks in an APN before roaming to a new APN.
Enable this option to allow users to manually set the roam delta level.
|Set Roam Delta||Set the device’s roam delta level as any of the following values: 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, or 30 dBm. By default, this is 5dBm.|
|Enable High Density Environment Setting||Toggle on this option to enable users to set the high-density environment. By default, this is enabled.|
|Set High Density Environment||Enable to turn on high-density environment in the device. By default, this is disabled.|
|Enable Speed Up Roaming Time Setting||Speeding up roaming time enables devices to switch between access points in less time, thus enhancing the Wi-Fi strength and experience.
If this is enabled, users will be able to configure this setting on the device. By default, this is enabled.
|Set Speed Up Roaming Time||Enable faster roaming by switching on this option. By default, this is disabled.|
|Enable AGC MODE Setting||Allow users to adjust the ADC mode on their devices by enabling this option.|
|Set AGC MODE||Select any of the AGC modes provided in the drop-down. This will be set as the devices’ AGC Mode.|
|Enable SSID Filter Rules Setting||If enabled, users can manually add SSID filter rules.|
|Set SSID Filter Rules||Select No Filter Control, Whitelist SSID Filter Control, or Blacklist SSID filter as the filtering rule. This will get applied to the device.|
|Enable White/Black List SSID Config Setting||If enabled, users will be able to whitelist or blacklist the Wi-Fi SSID configurations on the device.|
|Add White List SSID Config||Enter the comma-separated list of SSIDs that you want to whitelist on the device.|
|Remove White List SSID Config||Enter the comma-separated list of SSIDs that you want to remove from the device.|
|Clear White List SSID Config||If enabled, all the SSID configs that you have whitelisted in the device and specified at “Add White List SSID Config” will be removed from the device.|
|Add Black List SSID Config||Enter the comma-separated list of SSIDs that you want to be blacklisted on the device.|
|Remove Black List SSID Config||Enter the comma-separated list of SSIDs that you want to remove from the device.|
|Enable Power Save Mode Setting||Enable to allow users to set the power saving mode on the device.|
|Set Power Save Mode||Enable to turn on power-saving mode on the device.|
|Enable Data Rate Setting||If enabled, users are allowed to set the data rate on the device.|
|Set Data Rate||Select a data rate from the drop-down that can be utilized on the device.|
|Enable PHY MODE Setting||If enabled, users are allowed to configure their PHY MODE on the device.|
|Set PHY MODE||Set the PHY MODE on the device by selecting an option from the drop-down. 802.11 AUTO is default value.|
|Enable Roaming Trigger Setting||Allow users from configuring the roaming trigger by enabling this option.|
|Set Roaming Trigger||Select a value from the drop-down as the roaming trigger value. This will get remotely configured on the device.|
|Enable Airplane Mode Setting||Enable users to turn airplane mode on/off on their device. This feature is enabled by default.|
|Set Airplane Mode||Switch airplane mode on/off on their device using this feature. It is disabled by default.|
|Enable BlueTooth Setting||If enabled, users are allowed to configure Bluetooth settings on their devices.|
|Set BlueTooth Setting||Turn this option off to turn off Bluetooth on the device.|
|Enable Automatic Time Zone Setting||Allow users to set Automatic Time Zone Settings using this feature.|
|Set Automatic Time Zone||If enabled, the automatic time zone will be enabled on the device.|
|Enable Select Time Zone Setting||Configure whether users should be able to select the device time zone.|
|Set Select Time Zone||Select any of the time zones from the drop-down. This will be set as the device’s time zone.
|Enable Automatic Date & Time Setting||If enabled, users can configure the data and time on their device.|
|Set Automatic Date & Time||Enable this option to remotely configure data and time settings of a device.|
|Enable the NTP Server Setting||Enable or disable users from configuring NTP server settings on their devices.|
|Set the NTP Server||Enter the NTP server name that you want to configure on your device. By default, this is 2.android.pool.ntp.org.|
|Force Reboot Device For NTP Server Setting||Enable to force reboot the device when the NTP server settings change.|
|Set Sync Frequency||Select the frequency of the NTP server sync from the drop-down. The available values are 1 day, 1 week, 1 month, 3 months, 0.5 year, and 1 year. By default, this 1 week.|
|Allow Lock Screen Setting||Enable this setting to allow users to alter the lock screen settings of the device.|
|Lock Screen Setting||You can select any of the following values from the drop-down: Immediately, 5 seconds, 15 seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute, 2 minutes, 5 minutes, 10 minutes, and 30 minutes. By default, this is 5 seconds.|
|Secure Start-up||Enable to allow users to enable or disable secure start-up.|
|Enable Screen Timeout Setting||If enabled, users can manually configure the screen time-out setting in the device.|
|Set Screen Timeout||Select the time after which the screen will be turned off on inactivity. By default, it is selected as 1 minute.|
|Enable Auto-Rotate Screen Setting||Toggle on this option to allow users to configure the auto-rotate feature on the device.|
|Set Auto-Rotate Screen||Enable this option to allow device auto-rotate.|
|Enable Stay Awake Setting||If enabled, users will be able to configure the stay awake settings on their devices. By default, this is allowed.|
|Set Stay Awake||Toggle on to remotely enable stay awake feature on the device. By default, this is disabled.|
|Enable Display Size Setting||If enabled, the users can manually configure the display size on the device. By default, this is allowed.|
|Set Display Size||Select either Default, Small or Large as the device display size.|
|Enable Device Font Size Setting||Enable this option to allow users to set the device font size. By default, this is enabled.|
|Set Device Font Size||Select either Small, Default, or Large as the device font size.|
|Allow SD Card Move||Enable this option to let the users decide to move their files to the SD card or not. This feature is disabled by default.|
|Allow SD Card Write||Enable this to let the users allow or disallow SD Card write on their devices. This feature is disabled by default.|
|Allow USB Host Storage||If enabled, users are allowed to set the USB host storage on their devices. This feature is disabled by default.|
|Allow Setting Changes||Configure this setting based on whether you want to enable your users to set up the device settings. This feature is enabled by default.|
|Enable Develop Options Setting||If enabled, users are allowed to configure the developer options on the devices.|
|Set Develop Options||Configure the developer option on the device using this feature.|
|Allow Background Data||If enabled, users will be allowed to configure the background data.|
|Enable Magnify With Triple-Tap Setting||If switched on, users can enable or disable the option “magnify with triple-tap” on the device. By default, this is enabled.|
|Set Magnify With Triple-Tap||If enabled, users can tap thrice on their device to magnify it.|
|Block Users From Adding Any Accounts||If toggled on, the users will be able to see the configured accounts on the device (unblocked state).|
|Media volume||Enter an integer between 0 and 15, 0 being mute. By default, this is set as 8.|
|Ring volume||Enter an integer between 0 and 7, 0 being mute. By default, this is set as 4.|
|Alarm volume||Enter an integer between 0 and 7, 0 being mute. By default, this is set as 4.|
|Enable Do Not Disturb Setting||If enabled, users will be able to manually enable/disable the ‘Do Not Disturb’ option in the device.|
|Set Do Not Disturb||Switch on this option to enable ‘Do Not Disturb’ on the device.|
|Enable Storage Manager Setting Remotely||Toggle on this option to allow users to manually configure the Store Manager option on the device. By default, this is enabled.|
|Set Storage Manager Remotely||If enabled, the store manager will get remotely configured on the device. By default, this is disabled.|
|Enable Power Saving Mode Setting||If enabled, users will be able to configure power saving mode on the device. By default, this is allowed.|
|Set Power Saving Mode||Toggle on this option to switch on power saving mode on the device. By default, this is disabled.|
|Allow USB Tethering||Enable this option to allow users to configure USB tethering on the devices. By default, this is enabled.|
|Reboot Immediately||Enable to set the reboot option as reboot immediately. By default, this is enabled.|
Once you have saved these configurations, click on the pencil icon corresponding to the app name in the “App Configurations” tab to edit any of the configured settings.
Associate target devices
If the policy has not been saved,
- Navigate to Policy Targets.
- Click on Devices/ Device Groups/ Users/ User Groups/ Domains.
- Choose the targets and click OK and then Save.
If you have the policy saved already,
- Go to Policies tab and choose the desired policy.
- Click on the Manage drop-down and select Associate Targets.
- Choose the target entities and click Associate.
You can choose devices, users, device groups, user groups, and domains as the policy targets.