To create a new enrollment QR code, go to the Android Enterprise QR Code Generator web page and select
Create. The following sections explain how to configure, generate, and save enrollment QR codes.
To begin adding properties to the enrollment QR code, select an EMM from the list. The default is
Other, which allows the administrator to manually create a QR code.
Manually creating a QR code
To manually create a QR code, be sure
Other is selected as the EMM type in the first drop down. When manually creating a QR code, you will need to know the component name of the admin receiver as well as any other information required by the EMM Agent or DPC. The EMM will need to provide this information.
Select an EMM to create a QR code
To create a QR code for one of Datalogic's EMM partners, select the desired EMM from the drop down list. Selecting an EMM will pre-populate the component name, download location, signature checksum, and admin extras bundle.
Note: The component name, download location, and signature checksum are all editable. However, it is not recommended to edit these fields unless your EMM provides the alternate values.
The admin extras bundle is optional. Selecting an EMM will auto populate the keys that are accepted by the EMM Agent. You will need to provide the values for the auto populated keys. Any key that does not have a value will be trimmed when the QR code is created. The auto populated keys may also be deleted, if desired. Additional key-value pairs may be added to the admin extras bundle. You should check with your EMM before adding keys to the admin extras bundle to prevent errors during provisioning. This field must contain valid JSON.
Configuring Wi-Fi is optional, but recommended to speed the provisioning process. All devices support WPA, WPA2, WEP, and Open networks.
Support for configuring an EAP Wi-Fi network in a standard Android Enterprise enrollment QR code will be available in Android Q. However, Datalogic has added the ability to configure an EAP network in the enrollment QR code on Datalogic devices running Android 8 and above with supported firmware.
AKA PRIME networks.
Additional Android Enterprise properties
These are standard Android Enterprise properties. They are all optional.
These properties are only supported on Datalogic devices with the minimum required firmware. They are all optional.
Mobile network settings
Group of settings for configuring an APN and enabling mobile data.
Network time protocol (NTP)
Setting to specify an NTP server for time synchronization.
EMM Agent download
Additional settings to support downloading the EMM agent from a server located on a closed network.
EMM Agent download settings are only supported on a subset of Datalogic devices with the minimum required firmware.
LOCAL_CONNECTION_ONLY: Allows the EMM Agent to be downloaded from a server located on a closed network, without internet access. If the server uses HTTP, this is the only required setting. If the server uses HTTPS, see
TRUST_SERVER: Allows the EMM Agent to be downloaded from a server that uses a HTTPS certificate that is not trusted by the Android Keystore.
Scanning a QR code with these download properties on a device that does not meet the minimum firmware requirements will result in the following error message on the device.
Encryption is enabled by default. Please check that your device meets the minimum firmware requirements for encryption. Scanning an encrypted QR code on a device that does not support encryption will result in no action from the device.
Depending on the amount of data in the enrollment QR code, an encrypted QR code may be split into multiple QR codes. If multiple QR codes are generated, scan each QR code in the Setup Wizard to initiate device provisioning.
Once the QR code properties have been configured, click
Generate QR Code at the end of the form to view and save your QR code(s). If the
Generate QR Code button is disabled, review the form for errors. Errors are indicated by a red error symbol and an error message.
The enrollment QR code(s) can be scanned directly from the screen or can be saved to a PDF file. A unique filename is auto populated. The filename is editable. You may also add a description that will appear at the top of the PDF file. Click
Save and the PDF file will be saved to your
A QR code that contains a large amount of data may not be readable by your device. Encrypted QR codes for Datalogic devices will be split into multiple QR codes to support more data. However, an unencrypted QR code is not split into multiple codes and therefore data limits may need to be considered.
To make changes to the QR code, click
Edit or the
Back button in the top left corner. All previously entered values are persisted and editable.
To discard all progress and start over, click the
Home button in the top left corner.
Warning: This action can't be undone.