A device id is the unique identifier of a device on a computer. For example, if a device is named “iPhone” it is an iPhone. A device id is a 16-bit integer that is unique to that specific device. It is not required that the device ID be exactly the same every time it is used.
The device id 0x0 is not valid, so we cannot use it with the target device id 0x760.
For the record, you can’t use your tablet to shoot.
While using the built-in browser you would expect that the device id of your tablet would be a valid device id since it is the same device id as your laptop. However, the browser you are using will not work for tablets.
That is correct. The browser you are using will not work for tablets. The device id 0x0 is not valid, so the tablet id for the target device cannot be 0x760.
This is a known issue that can occur in certain browsers if the device id is different from the one being used to access the browser. For example if you are using the internet on a tablet and your tablet id is 0x800 then you can’t use the browser with your target device id 0x760. If you are using a laptop in tablet mode and your tablet id is 0x800 then you can’t use the browser for the target device id 0x760.
I have been told the device id 0x0 is valid for a few devices, but the tablet id 0x760 is definitely not. And if you’re like me, you can actually still access the site when the tablet id 0x760 is invalid.
The tablet id 0x800 is invalid for the browser. However, the tablet id 0x760 is valid for the browser.