After clicking deactivats: "this app is device administrator and should be deactivated before uninstalling." What that does mean no one knows. Ok, after disabling, uninstalling it and deleting device from admin account I'm still getting those "Account action required". Guess what, after all that can't even get emails from admin Gmail and tgere is no error given!
I understand the need for protecting company information, but this was added to my personal phone and I disabled it. Every time I used my phone for anything, I had to use a pin. That's good if you have sensitive data, but it isn't what I want on my personal phone.Sadly, I can no longer get company e-mail, or alerts of such on my phone. I think it is important to be present as much as possible- even in my "off time". I do not always sit at the computer. Anyway, this is a good idea and I see the need for it in certain situations, but I DISLIKED IT on my phone.
Im not sure what im giving up But does make sense to protect company info. I wouldnt want to be the one to be apologizing and given the 3rd degree even if it were unintentional. I didnt separate work email from personal until recently. I got nothing to hide. The people having issues obviously do otherwise you would agree your company deserves the same protection you want personally. Im good with security, im not ok with ownership change on my purchase. If that happens to be the case i can get this app off in a heartbeat forgo email
Rubbish I have no idea what this is. Google had better find a way to make this unistallable. I cannot access my camera on its own or via any apps. I missed some key moments that I wanted pictures of today. Please fix this immediately!!!
I can't sign in to Gmail etc. After this app came into my phone, I totally cannot sign in any Google apps of mine in my phone. This is really despicable. Hope Google staff can make it useable, not like this.
I'm not sure what this "app" does, but I now cannot receive any work emails on my work cell phone until the "Administrator" (whoever that is) approves it; therefore, the work cell phone is somewhat useless to me now. It would be nice if IT folks (or App folks) would explain things in "laymen" terms so that the common folks could understand what is happening and why it is happening.
*Support for company-owned devices
*Support Android-N SDK.
*Support for Android-M permissions model.
*Support for Android for Work on Android 5.0+ devices. Requires that your company or organization has registered for and enabled Android for Work.