Native or system applications are the built-in applications created by the device manufacturers, such as phone, message, contact, calendar, camera, clock…

On some devices enrolled with TinyMDM, it is possible that these native applications may not be installed. However, you can push their installations form the TinyMDM console. If you d’ont know the package name of your native application, do not hesitate to contact us.

Install one or multiple native applications:

On the policy tab, click on the icon to modify the policy. Then, on Apps management section, scroll down the Advanced apps management. There, you will see additional features, such as the possibility to remotely install native applications.

Under the Allow system apps on device using their package name, write down the application’s package name that you want to add on your devices. If you want to add multiple applications, you only need to type the different package names, not leave any space and separate them with a comma.

Example:

If you want to add the Files Samsung native application, on the box, write down the package name: com.sec.android.app.myfiles and click on Apply. The application will automatically be installed on all the Samsung devices on the policy.

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If your devices are on kiosk mode

If the devices of the policy are on kiosk mode, to be able to see the native application you also need to add the package name on two other blocks:

Allow the use of applications in kiosk mode using their package name
Display app icon of applications in kiosk mode using their package name

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