Expo(+web) with Auth0: NativeModule is undefined and throwing error when using Auth0Provider in expo

After following the quick start, And implementing Auth0Provider on my main _layout.tsx I was getting an error that indicated the Native Module for Auth0 was empty

Is there a known issue? The only difference between the quick start and my situation is they’re showing an App.js instead of _layout.tsx which is where the main routes of my app are set up

A very simple use of Auth0Provider which causes the issue

import FontAwesome from '@expo/vector-icons/FontAwesome';
import {
} from '@react-navigation/native';
import { useFonts } from 'expo-font';
import { Stack } from 'expo-router';
import * as SplashScreen from 'expo-splash-screen';
import { useEffect } from 'react';
import 'react-native-reanimated';

import { Auth0Provider } from 'react-native-auth0';

import { useColorScheme } from '@/hooks/useColorScheme';

export {
  // Catch any errors thrown by the Layout component.
} from 'expo-router';

export const unstable_settings = {
  // Ensure that reloading on `/modal` keeps a back button present.
  initialRouteName: '(drawer)',

// Prevent the splash screen from auto-hiding before asset loading is complete.

export default function RootLayout() {
  const [loaded, error] = useFonts({
    SpaceMono: require('../assets/fonts/SpaceMono-Regular.ttf'),

  // Expo Router uses Error Boundaries to catch errors in the navigation tree.
  useEffect(() => {
    if (error) throw error;
  }, [error]);

  useEffect(() => {
    if (loaded) {
  }, [loaded]);

  if (!loaded) {
    return null;

  return <RootLayoutNav />;

function RootLayoutNav() {
  const colorScheme = useColorScheme();

  return (
      <ThemeProvider value={colorScheme === 'dark' ? DarkTheme : DefaultTheme}>
          <Stack.Screen name="login" options={{ headerShown: false }} />
          <Stack.Screen name="(drawer)" options={{ headerShown: false }} />
          <Stack.Screen name="modal" options={{ presentation: 'modal' }} />