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Failed store submission due to lack of touch support?

I just received a failure from certification for my HoloLens only application due to lack of touch support. When I submitted, I specifically checked Holographic and unchecked Desktop and Mobile. I have resubmitted the package with explicit instructions that the app is exclusively for HoloLens and that touch is intentionally not supported.

For those who have gone through certification successfully, were there any other flags you set or comments you left for the test folks?

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  • @SpareHead3

    Did you select the option:

    "Let Microsoft decide whether to make this app available to any future device families"

    or

    "Require your permission before making this available to any future devices families"

    Letting Microsoft decide might infer some requirements that explicit permission might not.

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