Android Marshmallow - Corrupt Data upon Encryption
I've followed the instructions presented in the following article to setup a phone running Android Marshmallow with Meraki Systems Manager as Device Admin. This is a fresh install. Unfortunately, the instructions are not accurate and do not represent what actually happens when this process is followed. After entering afw#meraki into the google account setup screen, meraki is downloaded, and I'm told I need to encrypt the device. Cool. I allow the encryption, which takes maybe 2-3 minutes, and I'm brought to a password screen to start Android. Since there isn't one, I make one up. I'm then told the password is accurate (no matter what I enter), but the data is corrupt. Upon resetting the phone via the button, to remove the encryption, I'm again brought to the password screen. I have to go into recovery and manually wipe the phone in order to start the process over again. Is there anything in particular that will cause this? I can't help but think I've missed something here. This is an unrooted phone with (at the time of install) an unlocked bootloader, though I believe I've tried locking it back up. I'll take whatever suggestions you can give me, and sincerely appreciate any assistance you can provide.