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happyfeet992
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Android Back Button

Hi,

today I found that in experimental function I am able to switch on "Back Button on Android devices".

 

I turned on and published aplication, but nothing changed - physical back button still close whole application.

 

Do you have any experience with these function? 

 

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RandyHayes
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@happyfeet992 

I've never even seen that option...so, my guess is that it is coming and not quite here yet.  There are still a lot of open ideas suggestion this ability, but I've not seen any news or blog post yet for the option.

Just a wild guess that it is a new and to be introduced option.

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ale100
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I wish i could see this option too. It seems it is probably in an experimental stage because i can't see it

packnology
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Advocate II

I have this experimental option available. I turned it on and tested it out, but it doesn't work. The back button still tries to close the app. Is there something else I need to configure to make this experimental feature work?

happyfeet992
Frequent Visitor

Hi, I disovered how to turn it on. 
You need to:
1) enable this experimental function

2) in power apps studio change App -> BackEnabled to 'true'

 

Thanks @happyfeet992 it worked!

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