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Export historical location data of mobile devices using SureMDM

SureMDM allows you to view the historical location of your Android and Windows Mobile devices on a map. You can now choose to export the location data for a specified time period in a .csv (Comma Separated Value) file. This .csv file contains name of the device(s) with its location coordinates(longitude, latitude) in chronological order. The exported…

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Installation and Setup of SureMDM Device Agent on Android devices

Applies to: Product SureMDM Platform Android SureMDM Device Agent also known as SureMDM Nix is a part of SureMDM Solution and is installed on the mobile devices (Phones & Tablets). This agent communicates with the SureMDM Server over any data network. This agent is responsible for updating device information and executing instructions sent by the…

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SureMDM OnPremise System Requirements

With steady growth in the number of mobile devices entering the enterprise environment, be it a corporate device or owned by the employees, the need for a mobile device management plan becomes an absolute necessity for every enterprise. SureMDM provides you with a solution which allows you to remotely manage your mobile device, update security…

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Advanced Location Tracking of Mobile Devices with SureMDM

SureMDM now comes with advanced location tracking features which provide real-time location information as well historical breadcrumb trail of locations for mobile devices. The tracking information can be used to know the current location of a device as well as use the locations where the device has been through before it reached the destination. This feature…

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How to wirelessly send files to multiple Android devices?

Problem of sending files to multiple devices seems difficult but not if you use SureMDM. Here is what you need to do: 1. Login to your SureMDM Web Console 2. On the top bar, click on Jobs 3. On Jobs screen, click on New Job 4. Select Android 5. On Create Job Android prompt, select Install…

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How to know Android Applications Permissions

Android OS runs applications in separate sandboxes which means an application cannot directly access data or other resources belonging to another application. Rarely an application can do everything on its own. They usually need resources belonging to other applications installed on the system. Android provides additional capabilities to applications by means of “Permissions”. An application…

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Crash Reporter for Android application developers

Programs crashing post release is not uncommon. Such situations are also not easy to handle as they might be occuring under certain conditions which might not easy to replicate. Crash dumps come in handy to solve such field issues. Wikipedia defines crash reporter as “an application whose function is to report crash data to a…

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