For Android devices, the upper half of the details page includes an anti-theft dashboard from which you can start remote actions on a managed device.
For more information on how to enable the anti-theft feature for Android devices and configure private mode, see Configure Anti-Theft Settings for Android Devices.
These actions are available below the map on the anti-theft dashboard:
Locates the Android device on the map. This feature requires a code if the user has privacy mode enabled on the device. For more information, see Locate a Device (Android devices).
Snap the Thief
Takes a photo of the device user and sends it to a specified email address. This feature is not available if the user has privacy mode enabled on the device. For more information, see Snap the Thief (Android devices).
Sends an audible alarm and message to the device. For more information, see Send a Remote Alarm (Android devices).
Locks the device and requires the user to enter a 4-digit code to open the device. For more information, see Lock a Device (Android devices).
Deletes all content and applications from the device. The device returns to factory settings. For more information, see Wipe Device Data (Android devices).
The lower half of the details page includes these tabs:
- Details — Shows a summary of the hardware, software, and security settings of the device.
- Hardware — Shows a summary of the hardware properties, such as CPU, Memory, Disk, and BIOS.
- Software — Shows the software packages installed on the device, as well as versions and changes. To show a history of all software changes made to the device, click Installations and Uninstallations.
- Settings — Shows security settings assigned to the device. To select a different security profile and specify inheritance, click Change. To edit the security profile, click Go to Settings.
For more information on how to create and edit settings profiles, refer to Manage Settings.