Android zero-touch

M1 Supports zero-touch enrollment for Android Devices.

Get Started

Start by purchasing zero-touch enrollment devices from M1 to set up your zero-touch enrollment account when your organization first purchases devices registered for zero-touch enrollment.


How to create your organisation zero-touch enrolment account

You'll need a Google Account, associated with your corporate email, to use the portal. See Associate a Google Account below. Don't use your personal Gmail account with the portal.


Associate a Google Account

If you don't have a Google Account associated with your corporate email, follow the steps below:

  • Go to Create your Google Account.

  • Enter your name.

  • Set Your email address to your corporate email. Don't click I would like a new Gmail address.

  • Complete the remaining account information.

  • Click Next step.

  • Follow the on-screen instructions to finish creating your account.

When you sign in to the zero-touch enrollment portal, it's best to enable 2-Step Verification on an account like this that's used for administrative purposes. 2-step verification adds an extra layer of security to your account.

See the Google Account help center to help you and learn more about your new account.




Open the portal. Sign in using the Google Account created earlier.

Navigation panel item What you can do with this
Configurations You can create, edit and delete EMM configurations here. You can also set a default configuration for any devices added to zero-touch enrollment going forward. See Configurations
Devices You can browse or search for devices and then apply your configurations to them. You can also deregister devices from zero-touch enrollment here. See Devices
Manage People If you’re an account owner, you can add, edit, or delete users to manage portal access for your organization.
Resellers You can add additional resellers here if you need to share your account with multiple resellers.

For instructions for device users on how to use zero-touch enrollment, see the instructions for users.

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