Normally Android questions on Stack Overflow are programming questions. Is it OK to ask an administration question?
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It is difficult to answer this question without knowing what you mean by an "administration question," but my hunch is -- probably not.
Overall, SO is for specific programming questions that can be answered. While your question sounds like it would fit most of those criteria, it doesn't sound like a direct programming question.
Questions about using the tools programmers commonly use to do their jobs can also be on-topic, but questions like these also tend to fall in to a grey area fairly frequently. Therefore, when you mention an administration question, I wonder if it would fall in to this category. Again, without knowing the question it is hard to say, but my experience is that by and large admin questions are almost always off-topic at SO. Evidence of this is the existence of other SE sites where such a question would be directly on-topic for certian platforms, such as askubuntu.
Long story short, I would say it's probably not on-topic, but it really depends on the actual question.