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12 Jul 2019

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Changes to Knox Remote Control

The Knox Remote Control behavior will change in Samsung devices released from September 2019 onwards.

Enterprises use Kn...

2 Jul 2019

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Samsung will deprecate KPE features duplicated in AE

Partners and enterprise customers have been using both Knox Platform for Enterprise (KPE) and Android Enterprise (AE) to implement common features and often lacked clarity about the two options and when to use each...

11 Jun 2019

Knox Code Bytes: Manage geofencing services

Welcome to the third Knox Code Bytes blog post. Throughout this series, we walk you through some of our most popular API calls. This series is also meant for those who are new to the SDK, have not used all the APIs...

10 Jun 2019

What's new in Knox Tizen SDK for Wearables v2.3.1

Aligning with the new One UI updates to the Galaxy Watch, the Knox Tizen SDK for Wearables v2.3.1 is now available for download. This version includes new API calls for generating dump files, controlling the Always-...

8 Jun 2019

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Reminder to transition from the old namespaces

This is a reminder that for your apps to continue to work on Android Q, you must stop using the legacy Knox Standard, Premium, Customization, ISV, UCM, and VPN SDKs and their namespaces. If you do not make t...

8 Jun 2019

Knox Deep Dive: Common Criteria Mode

Knox supports advanced device configurations tailored to the defense industry. A single Knox setting can apply many of the configurations needed to put the device into a compliant state.

Thus, KPE extends AE’...

28 May 2019

Knox Deep Dive: Changes to dangerous permissions in Android Q

With Android Q comes a critical change to how dangerous permissions are handled in Knox framework. Dangerous permissions...
22 Apr 2019

Knox Licensing Enhancements

What may have been missed amongst the announcements about the Samsung Knox 3.3 release were a couple of updates to our licensing model. With Knox 3.3, we introduced two new license types for our Knox Platform for En...

28 Mar 2019

Samsung devices and File-based Encryption (FBE)

The new Samsung smartphones–scheduled to reach consumers in early 2019–add support for File-based Encryption (FBE), which is a feature of the Android OS. This blog post provides a high-level overview of FBE as well...

17 Mar 2019

What's new in Knox SDK 3.3?

Introducing Samsung Knox SDK v3.3, now with additional APIs and mobile security framework features to assist in total Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) – this benefits both mobile app developers, enterprise IT admin...