Hi, We are doing a job for a large mobile device manufacturer. Part of the job is preparing countless Android phones and tablets for retail display. This involves manually completing the initial set up, adding two email accounts, copying music to the music folder and photos to the photos folder. Then we install applications. Usually just one is installed but sometimes 2 or more depending on the device.
We currently can do 5 phones at a time per person but there is alot of manual input.
Is there a way to image these android devices like a ghost image?
What about Using Android System Recovery?
I have tried apps like tasker etc.. but it wont allow automating the initial set up of the device or creating email accounts.
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