DeviceInfo (Windows Configuration Designer reference)

Use to configure settings for DeviceInfo.

Important

These settings are intended to be used only by manufacturers, mobile operators, and solution providers when configuring devices, and are not intended for use by administrators in the enterprise.

Applies to

Setting groups Desktop editions Mobile editions Surface Hub HoloLens IoT Core
All settings X

PhoneMobileOperatorDisplayName

Enter a friendly name for the mobile operator. This string is displayed in the support section of the Settings > About screen and in the ringtone list.

PhoneMobileOperatorName

This setting is used for targeting phone updates. It must contain a code specified by Microsoft that corresponds to the mobile operator. These codes are provided in Registry values for mobile operator IDs. For open market phones, in which the mobile operator is not known, use the codes in Registry values for carrier-unlocked phones instead.

This string is not visible to the user.

This setting must not be changed over time even if the user switches SIMs or mobile operators, as updates are always targeted based on the first mobile operator associated with the phone.

The PhoneManufacturer, PhoneManufacturerModelName, and PhoneMobileOperatorName should create a unique Phone-Operator-Pairing (POP).

This should be a functional link that starts with http://. The link should be a URL that redirects to the mobile version of the web page. The content in the webpage should reflow to the screen width. This can be achieved by adding the CSS Tag "@-ms-viewport { width: device-width; }".

The default is an empty string (""), which means that a support link will not be displayed to the user.

This setting varies by OEM.

This should be a functional link that starts with http://. The link should be a URL that redirects to the mobile version of the web page. The content in the webpage should reflow to the screen width. This can be achieved by adding the CSS Tag "@-ms-viewport { width: device-width; }".

The default is an empty string (""), which means that a support link will not be displayed to the user.

This setting varies by OEM.

PhoneSupportPhoneNumber

Use to specify the OEM or mobile operator's support contact phone number. The country code is not required. This string is displayed in the About screen in Settings. This setting also corresponds to the Genuine Windows Phone Certificates (GWPC) support number.