I'm currently building an app with the PhoneGap Build service using the Pushwoosh push notifications plugin but as soon as I add it in I seem to get random issues with the Android version not booting into the app after the splashscreen has been displayed. So far through testing usually 2 out of 5 times opening the app results in it hanging with just a black screen. The iOS version boots up fine everytime.

Testing with Weinre shows the main scripts are all loading but nothing is being added to the body of the html. Commenting out any javascript code to do with initializing push notifications doesn't seem to help the issue.

I currently have the following plugins enabled - I was wondering whether it could be a combination that is causing the issue or whether the current version of the Pushwoosh plugin on PhoneGap Build is old and needs updating?

<gap:plugin name="com.adobe.plugins.gaplugin" version="2.3.1" />
<gap:plugin name="com.pushwoosh.plugins.pushwoosh" version="3.0.2" />
<gap:plugin name="nl.x-services.plugins.socialsharing" version="4.3.6" />
<gap:plugin name="org.apache.cordova.device" version="0.2.8" />
<gap:plugin name="org.apache.cordova.inappbrowser" version="0.3.3" />
<gap:plugin name="org.apache.cordova.media" version="0.2.8" />
<gap:plugin name="org.apache.cordova.splashscreen" version="0.2.3" />
<gap:plugin name="org.apache.cordova.statusbar" version="0.1.4" />

I can provide some samples of the code I'm using to initialize the notifications on request but I don't think that is what's causing the issue.

asked 30 Sep '14, 10:16
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