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App Installation Error - wrong Target Device Family
Hello - I'm having an issue trying to deploy and install an application which I do not have the source for. I've used the DesktopAppConverter to create a package appx file using the following command which ran without error.
DesktopAppConverter.exe -Installer "C:\Users\myUsername\Documents\TestMyApplicationConverted\PackageFiles\" -AppExecutable "MyApplication.exe" -Destination "C:\Users\myUsername\Documents" -PackageName "MyApplicationConverted" -Publisher "CN=TestPublisher" -Version 184.108.40.206 -MakeAppx -Sign
When I try to deploy the app (using the MyApplication.appx file created with the previous command) on the HoloLens via the Windows Device Portal (connected via wifi) I get the following error:
Failure reason: Windows cannot install package MyApplication_220.127.116.11_x86__q7djbd8vek6zr because this package is not compatible with the device. The package can only be installed on the following device families: Windows.Mobile Failure text: A Prerequisite for an install could not be satisfied. (0x80073cfd)
However, in the appxManifest.xml the Target Device Family is:
<Dependencies> <TargetDeviceFamily Name="Windows.Desktop" MaxVersionTested="10.0.16299.15" MinVersion="10.0.14393.0"/> </Dependencies>
Does anyone know where the Windows.Mobile target device family is coming from? Or a workaround to this error? Thank you in advance.