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Getting Started

What are Profiles?
Policies (also called a policy) are the core resource of the Android Management API. You use them to create and save groups of device and app management settings for your customers to apply to devices. Usually companies create a specific profile per business use case.
A policy can be applied to one or more devices. However, a device can only have a single policy at any given time. Devices enrolled without a policy are blocked from all functions until a policy is applied. If a policy isn't applied within five minutes, then enrolment will fail and the device will be factory reset.
In order to create a new profile, head over to Device Profiles and click on + New Profile button. Specify a unique Profile Name, Pass Code (to exit profile) and toggle on the Kiosk Mode switch. A new profile will be created an added into your profile list, which then you can configure and add apps into.

2. Configure Policies

You can configure the device policies by heading over to Device Profiles page and choose Update Profile from context menu. You will be navigated to Edit Device Profile page where you can configure all the available settings.
Edit device profile section includes a list of 80+ policies you can configure on the devices using this profile. You can use CubiLock's default policies settings or select policies restrictions according to your needs. Move the slider to the right to enforce a policy.
There are six main sections that allow you to set profile policies, they are as follows:
  1. 1.
    Applications
  2. 2.
    Policies
  3. 3.
    Kiosk Settings
  4. 4.
    Update Settings
  5. 5.
    Network Settings
  6. 6.
    Privacy Settings