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How to disenroll organization from Android Enterprise?

Android Enterprise is an initiative by Google that helps popularize BYOD technology (Bring Your Own Devices) at workplaces. Hexnode UEM integrates with Android Enterprise to let organizations exert complete management control over corporate-owned devices while creating work containers on personal devices. Android Enterprise binds the organization and the UEM to administer the devices by providing various tools and services. It includes pushing app configurations, enforcing enterprise-based restrictions, distributing private apps from Managed Google Play, etc.

Suppose you want to remove all the devices enrolled in the Android Enterprise program integrated with Hexnode or prefer associating another administrator account with the Android Enterprise program. You can do it by disenrolling the organization from the Hexnode UEM console.


  • Disenrolling your organization from the Android Enterprise program will remove all the devices enrolled in it. Those devices need to be re-enrolled to continue managing them.
  • If you only intend to change the email address used for configuring Android Enterprise, you need not disenroll the organization from the Android Enterprise program. Instead, you can add a new Owner account on the admin settings page and remove the existing Owner. It re-configures Android Enterprise with the newly created Owner and eliminates the need for device re-enrollments.
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  • Disenrolling will remove all the configuration settings, app configurations, approved applications, etc., applied to the Android Enterprise enrolled devices.
  • If you intend to remove a single device enrolled in Android Enterprise from the UEM console, opt for device disenrollment.

Remove Android Enterprise from Hexnode UEM

To disenroll an organization from Android Enterprise:

  1. Log in to your Hexnode portal.
  2. Navigate to Enroll > Platform-Specific > Android > Android Enterprise.
  3. The details of the enrolled organization will be displayed. Click on Disenroll Organization button.
  4. Click Disenroll on the confirmation dialog.

Disenrolling the organization from Android Enterprise removes the administrative account from the portal. Also, all Android Enterprise devices will be disenrolled. Later, you may integrate Android Enterprise using the same account or a different one.


If your organization has configured Android Enterprise in Hexnode UEM using a G Suite account, you can also disenroll from the Android Enterprise program directly from the Google Admin Console.

  1. Log in to Google Admin Console.
  2. Navigate to Devices > Mobile & endpoints > Settings > Third-party Integrations > Android EMM > Manage EMM providers.
  3. Click on Remove.
  4. Unbind emm provider from google admin console

Removing the EMM provider removes the Android Enterprise account integrated with Hexnode. Further, you may confirm the removal of Android Enterprise devices and other related data from the Hexnode UEM by clicking on the Disenroll button under Enroll > Platform-Specific > Android > Android Enterprise.
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