According to 42Gears, businesses that decide to upgrade to Android 13 will find that:
Android 13 requires users to allow runtime permissions for sending notifications from any app; notifications won’t be allowed by default. The same holds true while using the 42Gears Android MDM app too.
Bluetooth Manager will no longer work for device administrator as Google has deprecated a few APIs for the same. It will only work for Device Owner mode, and 42Gears has already updated those APIs so its customers can continue to work with the Bluetooth Manager.
“Given that businesses are adopting either fully remote or hybrid work environments, they need to invest in a robust and reliable device management tool now more than ever. By providing support for Android 13 early on, our objective is to make our MDM platform extremely practical and compatible – one that can take the pain out of Android device management,” reiterated Prakash.
To learn more about 42Gears’ zero-day support for Android 13, please click here.
42Gears is a leading UEM solution provider, offering SaaS and on-premise solutions to secure, monitor, and manage business endpoints built on Android, iOS, iPadOS, Windows, macOS, Wear OS, VR, IoT, and Linux platforms. 42Gears products are used in various industries and trusted by over 18,000 customers in more than 115 countries. For more information, please visit https://www.42gears.com.