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Android

Automated configuration

The Cloudflare WARP Android client (known in the Google Play store as 1.1.1.1: Faster & Safer Internet) allows for an automated install via tools like Intune, Google Endpoint Manager, and others.

Accepted configuration values are as follows:

<key>organization</key><string>yourorganization</string><key>enable</key><true /><key>gateway_unique_id</key><string>your_gateway_doh_subdomain</string><key>service_mode</key><string>warp</string><key>support_url</key><string>https://support.example.com</string>

See the deployment parameters for a description of each value.

Cloudflare WARP (known in the Google Play store as 1.1.1.1: Faster & Safer Internet) is deployed

Manual configuration

If you plan to direct your users to manually download and configure the Cloudflare WARP Client application, they can do so in two ways, depending on your organization's Teams configuration:

Manually configure a Gateway DoH Subdomain

If your organization uses Gateway DNS filtering, you will need to instruct your users to configure the Gateway DoH Subdomain field. Follow these instructions to find this value for your Teams configuration.

Then ask your users to complete the following steps:

  1. Fine the 1.1.1.1 application and tap to launch.
  2. Tap the menu bar icon (3 lines) in the upper right.
  3. Tap Advanced.
  4. Tap Connection options.
  5. Tap DNS settings.
  6. Enter a DoH Sub Domain and tap Back until you are back at the home screen.

Manually configure a Cloudflare for Teams device registration

If your organization uses Teams Access policies to control device registration, or is using the Gateway L7 Filtering and user or device specific Gateway policies, your users will need to login to Cloudflare for Teams by following these instructions:

  1. Fine the 1.1.1.1 application and tap to launch.
  2. Tap the menu bar icon (3 lines) in the upper right.
  3. Tap Account.
  4. Tap Login with Cloudflare for Teams.
  5. Enter your auth domain (if your auth domain is https://example.cloudflareaccess.com you would enter example)
  6. Complete authentication steps required by your organization.