I am using Pushwoosh API for sending notifications to Android and iOS apps from Java Webservices. I found it very easy to use.

I have successfully implemented it. I am using createMessage method of API with multiple device tokens for sending notifications.

I have used it for many times, and was getting proper response. But after some time I'm getting some device tokens in UnknownDevices key in a response. It is because some devices have deleted the app.

So is there any way that I can handle this situation that not sending notifications to devices which have deleted the app? How can I know that device has deleted the app?

Does Pushwoosh blocks account if I keep sending notifications to devices which has deleted the app?

Thanks

asked 08 May '15, 13:50
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edited 08 May '15, 13:50

Basically, we have the /getUnregisteredDevices method, which returns you a pack of invalid device tokens. Please contact our support team for more details.

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answered 18 May '15, 14:55
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