Contains the names of properties which can be queried with DeviceExtendedProperties.
public static class DeviceExtendedPropertyNames
Public NotInheritable Class DeviceExtendedPropertyNames
Returns the current application’s memory usage in bytes.
Returns the current application peak memory usage in bytes.
Returns the firmware version running on the device (this is independent of the OS version, which comes from System.Environment).
Returns the hardware revision of the device. There are no standards for this string; it is up to the OEM to implement correctly. The string may be empty, blank, etc.
Returns the manufacturer of the device, such as Samsung or LGE.
Returns the name of the device and possibly the manufacturer, such as Samsung Taylor or Pacific.
Returns the device physical RAM size in bytes.
Returns a unique hash for the device, constant across all applications and across flashing / upgrading the OS. Applications must be very careful not to assume DeviceID == UserID because devices can be lost, re-sold, etc. A byte array of exactly 20 bytes
On Windows Phone 7 you must set <Capability Name="ID_CAP_IDENTITY_DEVICE" /> in you application manifest.
Assembly: InTheHand.Phone (Module: InTheHand.Phone) Version: 18.104.22.168