These guidelines describe the implementation of OMA Client Provisioning and Device Management functionalities in Sony Ericsson phones with Device Management Client version 5.0 or higher.

With OMA Client Provisioning v1.1 it is possible, for example, for an operator or service provider to configure (bootstrap) the terminal with settings for different applications in phones (browser, email, streaming, OMA Data Synchronization, Device Management, Wireless Village and so on).

OMA Device Management is based on the same technology as OMA Data Synchronization (formerly known as SyncML Data Synchronization). The main difference is that, while OMA DS synchronizes two or more sets of data in two or more devices, OMA Device Management updates client device configuration settings from data stored on one specific server.

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