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    Shen Heng
    Shen Heng
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    Tuesday, June 10 2014, 05:35 AM - #Permalink
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    Hi Michael,

    Could you help me check if I miss anything during the configuration, because I couldn't receive notification once the app was killed. If the app was just minimising, a notification will be shown for call, but for instant messaging, the phone only vibrate with a pop sound but showed no notification.

    The 2 ids are 6dd388f2146843a1795 and fd73d91c1467e94317e.

    Thanks

    Edit: nvm, silly me, I didn't called [super didRegisterForRemoteNotificationsWithDeviceToken]. The problem was solved. Thanks.

    Edited by shenheng - 10.06.2014 07:03
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    Wednesday, May 18 2016, 08:08 AM - #Permalink
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    Hi Michael,


    i am facing the same issue "Shen Heng" facing. when application is in background it increase the badge value and play sound but not showing any alert on screen. Please help me i am using cocoa pods in my application.


    Thanks
    • John Bock
      more than a month ago
      Any response on push notification issue ?
      i am still facing the same issue, please let me know how to resolve this.
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    Wednesday, August 16 2017, 11:13 AM - #Permalink
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    You made easy to learn and code for the amateur or experienced iOS developers by sharing tips for push notifications which work very well on iOS. However I have not much knowledge on this topic as professionally I am providing UK dissertation writing services to university students at Quality Dissertation, But I hope the students who have interest in iOS language and aspire to become an iOS developers will find some worth to take in which help them in study and in future.
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