Samsung has fixed the issue with Microsoft Intune, a cloud-based unified endpoint management service, on the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S21 smartphones running Android 13. Some users were facing issues with the Intune application on their phones after they updated them to the latest firmware, reports SamMobile.
In addition, users were unable to complete enrollment when creating task profiles for Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) provisioning. However, Samsung has now come up with a solution to the problem. The tech giant said that it has fixed the issue from the server side and advised users to reboot their devices before setting up work profiles.
When users start the enrollment process after restarting the phone, it will automatically download the Android Device Policy, after which users will be able to complete the enrollment.
The report states that if this does not work, the company has suggested users to manually download the Android device policy from the Play Store and start the enrollment process again.
Meanwhile, Samsung has announced that it has started rolling out the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update for its Galaxy M and Galaxy F-series smartphones in India from today. The company today announced that it has already rolled out the One UI 5.0 update for its Galaxy M series of smartphones. The list includes Galaxy M53, Galaxy M52 5G, Galaxy M33, Galaxy M32 5G, Galaxy M32, and Galaxy M13 5G. Furthermore, the company said that it will soon be rolling out the Android 13 update for other Galaxy M and Galaxy F series smartphones.
Notably, the announcement comes soon after the company rolled out the Android 13 update for its Galaxy A33 and Galaxy A73 smartphones.
Inputs from IANS
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