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Get Device Info in PowerApps

Just like the User function, there should be a Device function where you can pull the type of device and maybe some manufacture info, serial, something.

Status: Under Review

@GregLi Taking another look at this.

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Resolver III

any update on this?



 

Regular Visitor

I would also like to know if there is any 'updates' ...

Helper V

Any updates? 

Anonymous
Not applicable

Any updates on this one?

Advocate I

Any updates on this?

Regular Visitor

For what I understood the related functionalities are not easy to implement

"We" may have to whait a "while" before any updates. This topic, of getting devices info in PowerApps, started a few years ago already.

Frequent Visitor

App or Browser !?!

Is there any possibility to even get a feedback-function if the app is proceeded directly with the App on Mobiles or through any Browser? Even that would help sometimes... Thx in advance, perhaps also for a tiny feedback @Audrie-MSFT.

Frequent Visitor

This has been open for over a year and something so simple still not available.

 

Version is very easy to implement.

 

Device ID - this isn't going to be possible to get a devices serial number but you can create a GUID in the keychain on iOS which survives deletion of the app (but not factory reset of the device), for me this would be good enough, it is a start.

New Member

With Azure AD and Http it could solve the problem of authentication each time if needed.

Frequent Visitor

The interesting need of getting feedback-info directly with a feedback-code is to built rules or calculations or other things differently for App and Browser-users... Thus, the issue/idea is very useful... From my point of view, we do not use Azure but sharepoint as direct source which is much more cost-efficient and as fast as possible for operations, too.