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Okay, so I did a fresh install of PowerApps and on the version of PowerApps that you originally download isn't the newest "update."
What you need to do is after installing PowerApps, go back into the Play Store and it will allow you to Update it.
This fixed the issue.
@Anonymous if the instructions on this thread don't help, please kindly start a new thread with more specific information about your device such as the make/model, Android OS version, the PowerApps app version and the Android System WebView version.
This is very much still an issue: Android phones inexplicably refusing to sign in to PowerApps specifically. Is there any known solution to this? Is Microsoft even aware?
Hey, you should try downloading the microsoft authenticator app and setting it up with the same account.
This solved the problem for me, i have no issues on android anymore using power apps
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