Devices are displayed in the Mobile App for IOS, but not for Android.
Important: If no devices are available for IOS and Android, something seems to be wrong with the basic configuration. In this case, please check the setup again using the documentation:
The certificate used is a legacy certificate that supports older Android systems. The disadvantage of these certificates is that the Xamarin framework we use for the mobile app considers them to be faulty.
A corresponding bug has been open at Xamarin since September 2021.
You can read about it at: https://github.com/xamarin/xamarin-android/issues/6351
You can check this with the SSL Checker from the WebApi Tester. In the case of a legacy certificate, the following message would appear:
To solve the behaviour you need to replace the legacy certificate with a non-legacy certificate so that newer devices can also see the devices.
Explanation / solution from Certify The Web: https://docs.certifytheweb.com/docs/kb/kb-202109-letsencrypt/#switching-to-chain-1-modern
When creating Let's Encrypt certificates, it must be ensured that the "DST Root CA X3" certificate is not included in the certificate chain.
There are various ACME client implementations for Let's Encrypt certificates that request the certificate.
Below are the respective commands or configurations for known ACME client implementations to create a valid certificate chain for Xamarin:
certbot --nginx -d FQDN --preferred-chain "ISRG Root X1"
In the "settings.json" file, the value "ISRG Root X1" must be entered in the "PrefferedIssuer" item.
Certify The Web (Windows)
Already uses the newer "ISRG Root X1" chain by default. Nothing needs to be set here.