Hi @hohatzel ,
The proper way to do this is to use the slug for a generic device type that matches the device’s architecture.
At the moment there is
generic-aarch64 which should be used for custom device types of ARMv8 architecture.
You can find the complete list of supported device types at:
What’s the architecture of your device type?
If there is no generic device type available for the architecture of the device type that you want to use, give us a ping and we will do our best to add a generic device type for it.
generic device type is marked as
isDependent and doesn’t show in the “Create application” modal and is only meant to be used for that use case and not for custom devices.