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The Knox namespaces are changing

In July 2019, we are phasing out the old Knox namespaces to align with current Android conventions.
To do this, you will need to migrate to the Knox SDK. For more information on how to update your app(s), read our migration guide.

FAQs

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What is the backwards-compatible key that comes with the entitlement-based Samsung Knox License key?
It is a production-level key that you need to use in conjunction with the Samsung Knox License (SKL) key on devices running Knox v2.7.1 or earlier. You can generate a single backwards-compatibility...
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What licenses do I need and how do I activate them?
Your app activates two types of licenses: Enterprise License Management (ELM) key: This key identifies the developer of an app. An app must activate this license before it can...
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Who is Samsung Knox Standard SDK targeted towards?
At the moment, the Samsung Knox Standard SDK is only provided to partners developing MDM solutions.
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Do I need to become an ISV Partner to obtain the Knox SDK?
You do not need to become an ISV Partner to have access to the Knox SDK. If you wish to obtain the Knox SDK, you must join our MDM program.
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Is Knox supported on other platforms, such as windows?
Currently, Samsung only provides Knox supported devices running Android or Tizen.
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Is there a license or fee needed to use a W-MDM?
No fee or license is required.
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What is licensing entitlement?
Entitlement can be referred to as specific rights or permissions to use certain features of a Knox product. You can place an order for any Knox product with a certain set of features and validity...
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What is W-MDM?
W-MDM (Wireless Mobile Device Management) is an MDM framework applied to wearable devices. W-MDM APIs provide control over the Samsung Gear S2 by Bluetooth pairing with an Android device.
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Where can I obtain a whitepaper for Samsung Knox?
You can find the Knox whitepapers at the Knox Portal. 
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Can Google Play used to deploy Knox apps?
Yes, Google Play – along with Samsung Apps or private app stores – can be used to deploy Knox apps.
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