What exactly is Android Companion Device Manager? Many people have been asking this question recently, especially since the release of Android phones. CDM is a new Android Phone feature that allows users to manage their secondary devices from their phones. Connecting to Bluetooth devices and managing notifications are examples of this.
What Is Companion Device Manager?
Companion device pairing performs a Bluetooth or Wi-Fi scan of nearby devices on behalf of your app on devices running Android 8.0 (API level 26) and higher, without requiring the ACCESS FINE LOCATION permission. A user can choose a device from a list and grant it access to an app.
What Are The Benefits Of A Companion Device Manager?
- You can add a device without granting location permission, giving users more privacy.
- You can also give apps special permissions that allow them to run in the background, use data without restriction, and have easier notification listener access.
- This app allows you to manage all of your devices from a single location.
- With a few taps, you can connect and disconnect devices
- You don’t have to worry about granting location permission to every app on your phone.
How Do I Use A Companion Device Manager?
- Install the Companion Device Manager app on your phone and then connect it to another device that has Companion Device Management installed via USB cable or Bluetooth.
- When you launch CDM, you will see an option to “Add a Device.”
- Tap this button to enter your phone number, then OK on both screens to confirm it with the other device.
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