Upload apps that you want to deploy using BlackBerry UEM
Malware scanning for
Androidapps that you upload to the management console is enabled by default. If you want to turn off this feature, on the menu bar, navigate to
Settings > BlackBerry Protect, clear the
Enable malware scanning for apps uploaded to UEMcheck box, and click
When the feature is enabled,
UEMwill automatically perform a malware scan on any
Androidapp (including custom
BlackBerry Dynamicsapps) that you upload to the management console. No additional steps are required. If you want to prevent
UEMfrom performing malware scanning for a specific app or for all apps that use a developer’s signing certificate, see Add an app or signing certificate to the approved app list.
After you upload an app, you can open the app details (
Androidtab) to view the status of the malware scan:
- Verified safe: The app has been scanned and determined to be safe.
- Unverified: The app has not been scanned, either because the feature is disabled, the app is on the approved app list, or the app was uploaded before the upgrade to theUEMversion that added support forBlackBerry Protect. You can initiate a malware scan by uploading the app again.
- Scanning: The scan is in progress for aBlackBerry Dynamicsapp.
After an app is scanned, you receive a notification with information about whether the app was identified as malware and whether it has been added to
For more information about deploying internal apps from
UEM, see Steps to add internal apps to the app list in the