Android Enterprise Agent Maintenance Releases
14.5.3 (June 24, 2021) - Download the Android Enterprise device agent from the Google Play Store or the MobiControl Android Enterprise Agent Downloads page.
Certificate Installation on Honeywell
We’ve added the ability for administrators to configure certificates on Honeywell devices without requiring users to enter their passcode on the device.
|MCMR-24377||The agent occasionally did not upgrade when the ‘upgrade action’ was triggered|
|MCMR-25085||Battery Charge Cycle was reporting inaccurate information on Zebra devices with gifted batteries (Power Precision Plus)|
|MCMR-25644||The gesture to engage ‘Admin mode’ was not working on some Honeywell Thor devices|
|MCMR-27839||Speed Lockdown would occasionally disengage before the disengage criteria was met|
14.5.1 (June 3, 2021)
Remote Control on Google Glass
Administrators are now able to use remote control with Google Glass.
Zebra Device Migration Script
We’ve added the retriggermigration script to help reinitiate the migration processes for Zebra devices that encounter issues along the way.
|MC-125329||When the agent was unsuccessful at adding an MGPA account, it did not display errors or re-try the action|
|MCMR-22447, MCMR-26474||On certain OEMs, SOTI MobiControl Agent was incorrectly reporting status of installed applications as ‘uninstalled’|
|MCMR-25604||‘writesecuresetting -sys screen_off_timeout’ script was not working on Android 9 and above devices that had a MobiControl OEM plugin installed|
|MCMR-26658||Inbound calls were not blocked when Phone Call Policy was configured with a whitelist|
|MCMR-26955||The agent was not able to enroll using URLs on MobiControl servers below v15.0.0|
|MCMR-26973||Device wallpaper was incorrectly changed when a device was unenrolled|
|MCMR-27285||The agent was incorrectly requesting additional permissions when Wi-Fi payload was configured with Proxy|
14.5.0 (May 6, 2021)
Importing Contacts via VCF
Administrators can now import contacts via a VCF file.
All basic File Operations are now supported by scripts, including creation, deletion, copying, renaming, listing directories, and reading and writing text files.
Expanded Common Text Formats
We now support INI and XML formats, in addition to JSON. The addition of these formats opens new opportunities to build more powerful scripts, such as triggering device relocation.
Network Information Collection
Network information such as Wi-Fi SSID, active network, and available network can now be collected via script. This includes specific actionable details about the connections such as IP addresses and bandwidth.
Additional Device Information
|MCMR-24271||Devices were incorrectly showing a certificate error when enrolling Honeywell devices via mcsetup.ini|
|MCMR-26536||After a soft reset, the agent incorrectly scanned the entire SD card for Mcsetup.ini instead of just configuration files, which resulted in very long launch times|
|MCMR-26764||Feature control policies were not consistently enforced on Xioami devices|