Have you tried wiping the device, deleting from EMM, and reloading the EMM app? After you have wiped the phone, try and updating the phone first following the installation of EMM. This is just a suggestion. I haven't came across that issue and also not looking forward to it. Let me know if you were successful.
Wiping the device did not help with the issue.
Personally I would like to throw the Droids in the garbage.
Can anyone please confirm that they have EMM working on Android 2.3?
It may be that the Device Catalog needs updating. Have a look at page 39 of the EMM Product Guide (Viewing and Adding a Device Catalog):
As I said in my post I have the latest device catalog and I check often for updated catalogs.
Maybe it is just an issue with the Droid X model. I do not have any other Android 2.3 models to test.
I will attempt to open up a service call with McAfee support this week as no on has been able to confirm that they have EMM working with Android 2.3 in their environment. I'm not looking forward to being on hold for 3 hours like the last time I needed EMM support.
Any answer to this question? I have the same situation.
I have not got answer yet. Have had a case open with McAfee for 2 weeks. I'm sorry but I am glad to hear I am not the only one...not that I wish anyone else trouble, but maybe if multiple people have the issue they will address it faster.
When troubleshooting with McAfee they showed me a couple of interesting events in the log. It looks like EMM cant handled the input fom one of the fields from the Droid X with 2.3 OS or it is missing a field.
Log Name: McAfee EMM
Source: EAS Filter
Date: 7/31/2011 5:49:04 PM
Event ID: 0
Task Category: None
FilterAuthentication.IsCompliant Error due to one or more null inputs
<Provider Name="EAS Filter" />
<TimeCreated SystemTime="2011-07-31T21:49:04.000Z" />
<Data>FilterAuthentication.IsCompliant Error due to one or more null inputs</Data>
I will share my case number so that you can have them reference it if you call into support:
McAfee case# SR # 3-162602687
On another note EMM works crappy on Android Motorola Xoom running 3.0 OS. Issues openning attachments and logging into EMM Application.
I would like to ask everyone with EMM and Androids one additional question. Are each Android device taking 2 EMM licenses, 1 from EMM App and one from connecting email? Mine is using 2 license per Android.
We have just started using EMM and are having this issue as well. it installs fine on their android, but no mail appear... in EMM it also displays the android as being NOT compliant.
we didn't try the androids using 2.2, but they have 2.3 so would like to move forward...
hopefully McAfee comes back to you soon.
McAfee contacted me and said this is an issue with Google's API's for this device. McAfee is working on releasing an updated device catalog and it will hopefully be released in 48-72 hours.
The compliancy issue is due to the fact that Android does not support encryption natively like the iOS. I had to make a separate policy for Android users and not require encryption.
Same information received this morning. Guess the answer is to hold users off till this is released.