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How to enable battery temperature compliance through the SureMDM console?

KB ID: 42G2209897
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Updated: September 2022

When the device exceeds the normal temperature the admin can initiate a compliance job where it would check the battery temperature of the device and send a notification message to the SureMDM Inbox and other actions based on the rule defined.
The typical battery temperature of the Android device would be 0-35°C.
Note: This feature is available on the new console for Android, iOS, and Windows.

To create a Compliance Job and remotely deploy it to the enrolled device(s) or group(s), follow these steps:

  1. Login to the SureMDM Console
  2. Navigate to Jobs >> New job >> Android >> Compliance Job
  3. Under Compliance job, navigate to Battery >> Scroll to Battery Temperature
  4. Check Enable Battery Temperature
  5. Set the Battery temperature should be = , <= , >=
  6. Set the required temperature accordingly in °C
    Note: This feature is supported on Android devices with SureMDM Agent version >= 27.15.01

  7. If the battery temperature exceeds the limit set, then we can set a compliance action for it.
  8. Add the action type as per the requirement:
    1. Send Message: It will send a message to the SureMDM Inbox as well as to the device
    2. Move to Blocklist: It will move the device to blocklist in SureMDM Console.
    3. Wipe Device: It will wipe all the data on the device.
    4. Lock Device(Android/iOS/Linux): It will lock the device.
    5. E-mail Notification: Mail would be sent to the email entered.
    6. Apply Job: Any existing job could be added and this would be deployed on the device.
    7. Send SMS: SMS would be sent to the contact number entered.
  9. Set the delay according to the requirement in minutes/ hours/days or immediately for the selected action type to be performed on the device.
  10. Click Save

Note: We can also add multiple actions to be performed and set the delay accordingly.

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