By Priya Ravichandran | Intune Sr. PM
Updated 12/19/19 - We have received over 300 comments on the Android preview blog posts, and in those comments and occasional subsequent support cases, you helped us deliver Android Enterprise Fully Managed as generally available. You provided over 58 pieces of actionable feature feedback based on your experience with preview.
More information about the GA release can be found in our blog here: Microsoft Intune support for Android Enterprise fully managed devices is now generally available.
As this feature is now GA, new comments on this post will be turned off. As always, we want to hear from you! If you have any suggestions, questions, or comments, please visit us on our Tech Community page or our Twitter @IntuneSuppTeam. Your continued feedback helps make the product better, we are grateful for this community, thank you!
Preview 2 for Android Enterprise fully managed devices is here! Today we’re providing an update to our preview capabilities which were announced in January 2019 for the Android fully managed device solution. For context, Google used to refer to the fully managed device scenario as Corporate Owned Business Only (COBO), and it is one of the “Device Owner” (DO) management scenarios in the Android Enterprise solution set.
Before we share the latest updates, we wanted to thank you for all the usage and feedback during our initial preview. We’ve incorporated feedback from Preview 1. It’s been great to work with you and we look forward to hearing more.
What’s New in Preview 2
For this update, we focused on compliance and end user experiences. Here are the key new capabilities added into Preview 2:
These capabilities will add on to what we released in January:
Users will have the ability to add their personal accounts to the device, if permitted by configuration. This way your end users can customize their device to support personal use as well as corporate use.