I'm trying to send a push to my newly registered Android device. When I send a push I get this status message: "API key is invalid. Try to change Browser Key with a Server Key and vice versa in Pushwoosh Android app configuration".

I have tried the suggested solution and even tried creating new ones and still get the same message. What to do?

asked 19 Dec '14, 09:41
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Doh. Forgot to enable "Google Cloud Messaging for Android" in the Google Developer Console... Problem solved :)

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answered 19 Dec '14, 10:24
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In my own case, the notifications were working as at yesterday on android only for me to check now and its not working anymore. It keeps giving me the "API Key i Invalid" error. Can anyone help me please?

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answered 21 Jan '15, 11:18
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I'm having the same issue.

I've checked everything and I can't find what's wrong.

In my google account I have created a browser key using this:

.pushwoosh.com/

I've tried different combinations and nothing works.

Any ideas?

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answered 16 Mar '15, 13:38
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Roberto
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Hi Roberto, please avoid using any Whitelisted IPs / HTTP referrers when creating the API key.

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answered 17 Mar '15, 09:31
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I tried everything still getting same error. Also followed this https://www.pushwoosh.com/programming-push-notification/android/android-gcm-api-configuration/

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answered 05 Jan '15, 23:11
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