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seefer suggested TracyMyles commented

Cannot log into my account when browsing docs.microsoft.com using Microsoft Edge on my Android device

Is logging into my account on docs.microsoft.com not supported on Android devices? Have I missed a notification explaining that Android devices are not supported for account logins?

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Please see @cheong00suggestion below, and update the thread with your results, thanks!

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cheong00 commented

I can sign in without problem.

A few things to note:

1) On your first sign-in, you'll be asked whether you want to sign-in with "work or school account" automatically. If you're not using account from "work or school", you should choose "No" there.

2) Make sure you've updated your Microsoft Authenticator. On the next step you'll be asked to use it to login if you enabled "Passwordless Signing". On that screen you'll be shown a number, then to Authenticator popup will show 3 number and let you choose the correct one. After you choose the correct number you should now be signed in. (I just tried this route)

The should be another route for non-passwordless users, but I haven't tried that.

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cheong00 commented

Alternatively, just try logon Edge with your microsoft account before navigate to here will also work.

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