I would like to use the new "test push" feature. how can I know what is my device token?

asked 25 Feb '14, 11:00
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In order to get your iOS device push token, you should do the following:

  1. Open Xcode Organizer.
  2. Connect the device to your computer, and choose this device in the list of devices on the left side > Console.
  3. Launch the application you need to get the device push token for.
  4. Locate your 64 hexadecimal characters device push token in the "Registered for push notifications" line.

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answered 04 Mar '14, 11:03
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Alex Spotar

edited 18 Jun '14, 16:09

How do you this without xCode?

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answered 21 Sep '14, 17:58
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Mark Latham

I see the registration successful and the token in the XCode console log, but your Add Test Device form claims it's invalid. When I run the app again, I get a different token. Both are 32 characters, not 64. Where in the FAQ is the device token format specified, so you know what to paste in the form to satisfy it?

Everything with the cert and profiles are set up correctly. Latest public Corona build, IOS 7.1, Iphone 4. Pushes work fine to the other test device, an Android phone, with the same registration code.

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answered 27 Oct '14, 14:01
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I would recommend trying our Automatic Test Devices feature. It's super simple to set up and then you simply need to scan QR code from device with an app installed to register it as a test device.

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answered 29 Sep '16, 18:52
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