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BingMaps Connector | Maps gives error on Android

I've leveraged the BingMaps connector to show a map and pushpin of device current location.
It runs perfectly fine on the laptop, but when opening the app on Android the map gives an error.

Using the BingMaps connector to show the address name works on both devices (BingMaps.GetLocationByPoint(Location.Latitude,Location.Longitude).name), it is specifically related to the image showing the Bing Map.



One or more parameters are not valid. Pushpin: This parameter value has an invalid format


Defined the image as:

BingMaps.GetMap("Road",15,Location.Latitude, Location.Longitude,{pushpin:Location.Latitude&","&


Any thoughts why this does not work on Android?


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Hi @PowerBas ,


Have you tried to test with another Android device to see if the error remains?




Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Hi @v-monli-msft ,


Yes, same error on Android tablet as phone - unfortunately, I cannot test on iPhone.


Have re-installed the PowerApps app thru Google Play, to ensure the latest version is running.

Re-created the image with the BingMapd function to ensure the issue is not related to caching or whatsoever..


Any other thoughts?




Some more details, if I remove the "Pushpin" from the function, the error is different:

"The requested resource was not found" 


Maybe this helps?


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