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Host an internal app for 
Android Enterprise
 devices in 
BlackBerry UEM
 using a .json file 

To host an internal app for 
Android Enterprise
 devices in 
BlackBerry UEM
, you must generate a .json file for the app, upload the file to 
Google Play
, and get the license key for the published app. Apps that are hosted in 
BlackBerry UEM
 can be set only as optional, and you cannot use configuration settings to modify app features and behaviors.
  • Verify that you have OpenSSL, 
    JDK
    Python
     2.x, and 
    Android Asset Packaging Tool
     (aapt) installed in a Path location on the computer.
  • You need an account to log in to the 
    Google Developers Console
    . If you configured support for 
    Android Enterprise
    , use the same email address for the developer account that you used to set up 
    Android Enterprise
    . For each 
    BlackBerry UEM
     domain you need a different developer account.
  • In 
    BlackBerry UEM
    Add an internal app to the app list. Select the 
    Enable the app for Android Enterprise
     option, and in the 
    App will be hosted by
     drop-down list, click 
    BlackBerry UEM
    . Copy and save the URL that is displayed in 
    BlackBerry UEM
    .
    You need to select 
    Enable the app for Android Enterprise
     even if you are hosting the app for all 
    Android
     devices.
Visit https://support.blackberry.com/community to read article 47768 for instructions on hosting and updating an internal app for 
Android Enterprise
 devices in 
BlackBerry UEM
 using a .json file.