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Configuring
BlackBerry UEM
to support
Android Enterprise
devices

Android Enterprise
devices provide additional security for organizations that want to manage
Android
devices. For more information about
Android Enterprise
devices, visit https://support.google.com/work/android/.
For detailed instructions on configuring
BlackBerry UEM
to support
Android Enterprise
devices, visit support.blackberry.com/community to read article 37748.
There are two ways to configure
BlackBerry UEM
to support
Android Enterprise
devices:
  1. Connect
    BlackBerry UEM
    to a
    Google Cloud
    or
    Google Workspace
    domain.
    You can connect only one
    BlackBerry UEM
    domain to a
    Google
    domain.
  2. Allow
    BlackBerry UEM
    to manage
    Android Enterprise
    devices that have managed
    Google Play
    accounts. You don't need to have a
    Google
    domain to use this option. For more information, see https://support.google.com/googleplay/work/.
The following table summarizes the different options for configuring
Android Enterprise
devices:
Method to configure
BlackBerry UEM
to support
Android Enterprise
devices
When to choose this method
User account type
Supported
Google
services
Connect
BlackBerry UEM
to your
Google Workspace
domain
You have a
Google Workspace
domain in your organization
Google Workspace
accounts (for organizations)
Supports all
Google Workspace
services such as
Gmail
,
Google Calendar
, and Drive.
Supports app management through
Google Play
.
Connect
BlackBerry UEM
to your
Google Cloud
domain
You have a
Google Cloud
domain in your organization
Google Cloud
accounts, also known as Managed
Google
accounts (for organizations)
Similar to
Google Workspace
but without access to paid products such as
Gmail
,
Google Calendar
, and Drive.
Supports app management through
Google Play
.
Allow
BlackBerry UEM
to manage
Android Enterprise
devices as managed
Google Play
accounts
You don't have a
Google
domain in your organization
or
You have a
Google
domain that is already connected to one
BlackBerry UEM
domain and you want to use
Android Enterprise
devices on a second
BlackBerry UEM
domain
Android Enterprise
devices that have managed
Google Play
accounts
Supports app management through
Google Play
.
Google
Services are not supported.
For information about configuring BlackBerry UEM and Chrome OS support, refer to Extending the management of Chrome OS devices to BlackBerry UEM.