I am new to PowerApps, not new to coding. I am licensed to use PowerApps with my O365 A5 tenant. Somehow when editing my App I crossed the line and used a premium feature. Now every time I open my app to edit it I get this endless loop where Microsoft tells me that my app uses a Premium Feature and then tries to get me to license PowerApps Premium when all I want to do is REMOVE what ever I did to cross the premium line. I'm stuck. Any suggestions?
The easiest way to tell what connectors an app has is to edit the app and follow either red or green arrow as shown below and expand "In your app" section. Here you will see all the connectors, collections etc. by your app. Next, locate the connector that you want to delete (is premium) and click on the 3 dots next to the name and select Remove. Happy Power Apping :). Enjoy the journey
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Hi @MadHattan ,
Do you add a Premium connector, On-premise connector, or Common Data Service connector in your canvas app?
Based on the issue that you mentioned, I think this issue is related to your O365 A5 License. Currently, on-premises data or use premium or custom connectors are not supported for Power Apps for Microsoft Office 365 plan. And *A limited set of Common Data Service capabilities are included with Microsoft office 365 licenses to support some Microsoft 365 products. However, a Power Apps or Power Automate Standalone plan is still needed to run apps with Common Data Service.
Please check the following article for more details:
I guess you added a CDS Entity as data source in your canvas app, is it right? If you added the CDS Entity as data source into your canvas app with your O365 A5 License, the warning message would show up when you run your canvas app each time.
Currently, there is no way to remove the warning message from your canvas app. This issue is subject to PowerApps license. As an fixed solution, please consider purchase a standalone PowerApps License or sign up a PowerApps Free Trial License for your account, then this warning issue would be removed.
More details about signing up for PowerApps Free Trial License, please check the following article:
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