Have you allowed Survey123 access to your camera?
Under Settings > Privacy > Camera, you will be able to choose specific apps to allow to access the camera. On your iPhone, the app probably prompted you for permission on your first log in.
That's strange. I don't have a windows tablet on hand to help, but it shows up in the permissions of my Android tablet and iPhone. Perhaps there's some permission further up the chain that needs to be changed?
Yea, something funky's going on. I have a feeling it might just be a bug with the app in regards to the windows operating system. Thanks for taking a look at it for me though, I really appreciate it.
This issue is specific to the Juniper Mesa 2 and is a defect, as you suspected. If you do have access to Esri Technical Support, please follow up with them so that they can add your encounter to the existing issue, BUG-000095206. We will be sure to update this thread when there is movement related to the issue.
Can you please provide more information regarding the crash that you are encountering when taking a photo with your Samsung Galaxy S9?
1. What version of the Survey123 Field App are you using?
2. What version of Android OS does the S9 have?
2.What was the image size in pixels applied in the 'Images' settings for the survey in S123 Connect?
3. Does this happen with all surveys when attempting to take pictures using the S9 or just one?
4. Can you provide a share link for opening in the field app for one of the surveys exhibiting the behavior?