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Distribute updates from Android apps to users

In this article, we will show you how to distribute app updates to your users' Android devices.

Note! You can create an additional administrator account for your app manager.

To apply changes made in the Google Play Store (such as a new version) to the administration portal, proceed as follows:

  • Open in the administration portal Administration→ Apps→ App Store Accounts. 
  • Select your Android App Store account (left arrow in the illus.).

    Then click on Refresh (right arrow in the illus.).

  • Select the app in the left column and, under Details, click on Rollout on assigned users (and, if required, on Rollout on failed users), to push the new version of the app on to the users’ devices.

Note! By clicking on Refresh all the apps in the console will be synchronised with the Google Play Store. Sync conflicts can occur with this process, for example, if the permissions for the apps have chan­ged. These conflicts can be identified by an exclamation mark before the app name in the left column (left arrow in illus.).
  • To resolve the conflict, click under Details on Accept (right column.).
  • For some apps, you need to click Configure (right column) under Details instead. In the Managed Configurations tab, the changes to the selected app are highlighted in red. Click OK to accept the changes. Then refresh your browser by clicking F5 so that the warning message and the red exclamation mark disappear.

Then a list of changed permissions is displayed. Confirm this with OK. You can change all the permissions for the app later.

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