Hi. I'm able to get the device token for my iPad when running in development mode in xCode. I can register the device in Pushwoosh and send a test push. The problem comes when I try to test for my production application. I'm using TestFlight and I'm installing the production instance of the App on my device. I want to know how to find my device token when running in production mode. Any ideas? I want to send a test push but don't want to send to my entire community of users. Is it possible that the device token is the same as the development instance? I tried that and received an "invalid token" error message on the push. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

asked 08 Dec '15, 17:37
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Hi! You cannot use the development token for production purposes and vice versa. Please follow this instruction in order to retrieve the push token from your production build.

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answered 08 Dec '15, 17:47
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edited 08 Dec '15, 17:51

Thank you so much. Sorry I overlooked that instructional page. That was very helpful. It worked and I was able to send a test push for my production build.

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answered 08 Dec '15, 18:31
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Thanks for the feedback! Glad to hear you've got that working.

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answered 08 Dec '15, 19:16
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