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What's new in
BlackBerry UEM Client
for
Android

What's New in
BlackBerry UEM Client
for
Android
12.40.1.157442

  • Added support for password complexity
    :
    BlackBerry UEM Client
    now supports the password complexity IT policy rule for
    Android Enterprise
    devices that are running
    Android
    12 or later.
After activating a device that is running
Android
13 using
UEM Client
for
Android
version 12.40.1 or earlier, device users must open the
BlackBerry Connectivity
app from the work space and allow the app to send notifications to the device. If the device was activated with the
Work and personal - user privacy
(
Android Enterprise
) activation type, device users must also open the
UEM Client
app from the work space and grant the same permission. Permissions are required to receive essential notifications such as non-compliance and connectivity notifications. This limitation does not affect devices that were already activated and are upgrading to
Android
13, or devices that are running a version of
UEM Client
for
Android
later than 12.40.1.

What's New in
BlackBerry UEM Client
for
Android
12.40.0.157380

  • Work apps over VPN
    : Administrators can now specify the work apps that are not required to send data over the VPN connection.
  • OS updates for Samsung devices
    : Administrators can now apply generic
    Android
    OS updates to
    Samsung
    devices.
  • Samsung Knox Platform for Enterprise licenses
    :
    BlackBerry UEM Client
    now supports
    Samsung
    KPE Standard and Premium license keys for device activation. This feature requires
    UEM
    12.16 and
    UEM Client
    for
    Android
    12.40.x and later. For dark site environments, administrators must import the KPE keys to the
    Samsung Knox
    License On-Premises Server and the
    UEM
    server.
  • Removed support for
    Android
    8
    : Devices running
    Android
    8 are no longer supported.