Getting Ready for Android P

Earlier this year at Google I/O, Google announced the first beta of Android P. Unlike previous versions, Android P is available across a number of OEMs thanks to Google's Project Treble. This page will be updated with the latest information on Android P to help you prepare your users and devices. 

Additionally, for the latest enterprise APIs in Android P, visit the developer site here.


General Information

As of May 8th, 2018, the Android P beta is free to use by enrolling here. It is highly encouraged to install these betas on several devices for each platform and test your organizations unique use cases in your VMware Workspace ONE UEM environments. It is also recommended to review the Release Notes for each release to be aware of any known issues with these platform betas. The VMware teams will be testing our applications and supported versions against these betas as well and provide updates for Known and Resolved Issues on this page. 


Behavior Changes

The default Android launcher has an updated user interface to help users distinguish between work and personal applications. Users will see separate tabs to differentiate between work and personal. 



Workspace ONE UEM Applications

Below is a list of VMware’s supported app suite and the latest version tested with no critical issues detected (Note: Testing is currently in progress; the table will be updated with specific versions in the near future)

Application Version

AirWatch Container


VMware Boxer


VMware Content Locker


VMware Browser


VMware PIV-D Manager


VMware Tunnel



Known Issues

  • Advanced Remote Management (ARM) might not function correctly. 


Support Contact Information

To receive support or deliver feedback, either submit a ticket via the My Workspace ONE portal or call your local support line.


Best Regards,

The VMware Workspace ONE Team  

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