Your customer is deploying Android Enterprise on their Android 11.0 devices. They are in the process of testing their private apps on the new devices, and one of their applications is throwing exceptions. The same application appears to work correctly on Android 8.0 devices. How would you explain this behavior?

(A) The application has not been coded towards the correct API level

(B) The application package name is not compatible with Android 11.0

(C) The application has not passed the security checks for Android 11.0

(D) They need to install an older version of the application then upgrade it


This behavior could result due to the fact that the application has not been coded towards the correct API level.

In order for the app to work on Android 11 the Android Enterprise customer should target API level 30 with their app. They most probably haven’t coded towards the correct target level API hence the app is throwing exceptions on Android 11.


This question is from the Android Enterprise Experts Certification Exam. You can find all the answers to the questions asked in this exam on our Android Enterprise Experts Certification Exam Answers page.

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