Low-touch provisioning lets a customer set up Glass with a QR code scan. The QR code points to an Mobile Device Management (MDM) or custom agent who takes care of the entire device provisioning and configuration process.
How Low-touch provisioning works
Low-touch provisioning for Glass EE2 follows the standard
Android Provisioning QR code format.
The device owner role is handled the same as an
Android device owner
(DO), which is controlled by
Android Device Policy Manager (DPM) APIs.
For a full list of properties that you can include in a QR code bundle, see
Create a QR code.
EE2 also supports an additional property
android.app.extra.PROVISIONING_NTP_URI to use a custom NTP server.
Provisioning UI flow
When you begin the Low-touch provisioning process, the device boots up to a welcome screen with two options. How you select these options differs based on the firmware version of your device:
For firmware version
- Tap and hold to proceed with provisioning.
- Tap to skip the Provisioning Wizard and continue with the standard boot process.
For earlier firmware versions:
- Tap to proceed with provisioning.
- Swipe down to skip the Provisioning Wizard and continue with the standard boot process.
After you make your selection, you're asked to scan a QR code. Scan the QR code that your MDM or custom agent provided.
System update policy
Starting from version
OPM1.210124.001, the device owner can set a
system update policy for the device.
The following over-the-air (OTA) system update policies are supported:
We recommend this setting so that the device can download OTA system updates without the need for any user interaction.