Brnislav, the TC55 and TC70 ship with the MX/EMDK runtime, and we plan new BSPs will for other devices. To update these to the current version, or to add EMDK support for devices without a BSP that includes MX/EMDK, you will need to use a MDM or staging tool. AirWatch and SOTI both provide tools to update firmware and to add the EMDK runtime. Also, we will be releasing a staging tool in Q1 that provides this functionality.
Thank you Bruce you quick reply. We're using TC55 with And 4.1.2 for development and that doesn't contain EMDK. Am I right? Can you tell me what version of TC55 contains EMDK and if it's possible to upgrade our 4.1.2 devices?
Just a clarification - we currently do NOT have any BSPs that have the EMDK for Android runtime installed. It also is NOT currentkly pre-loaded on any devices. This will begin to be available early 2015. The installation folder includes the runtime in the APK form. The menu item basically just calls a command line via ADB to install it to the attached device. You will need to use any MDM/tool that supports downloading and launching APK files like Bruce mentioned AirWatch/ SOTI other staging tool.
UPDATE: Workaround - install EMDK via Staging instead of a Product.
Still working on a method to install the EMDK via Product as an update may be required in the future.
How to install Android EMDK via Airwatch using RD.
1. Import the EmdkOSUpdateApp_v3.0.4.apk via PRODUCTS (new) - APPLICATIONS
2. Create a Files/Actions with ONLY a manifest entry of RUN INTENT using the following
3. Create a STAGING PROFILE with the two manifest items above in the respective order.
The APK is installed, then the application is launched, then the device reboots.