I've tested now to send Push to Android device through API and it not works. I've sent to same device token from cp.pushwoosh and I received it.

the payload I've used is (I've masked the auth) [2016-01-20 21:20:03] sitebuilder.DEBUG: payload request {"application":"36D9B-4948F","applicationsGroup":null,"auth":"xxxxxxxx","notifications":[{"ignore_user_timezone":true,"send_date":"now","content":"Push from meumobi","devices":["APA91bHrp7ZaVLOqu2ipogdGUhJM485RPMNlbSNfWeBq0m4lqP1lGRortOyGPUrJAM3dZ9MZiwavPjOrm-4b1v_5pb4cc3NnaWSRJbyA4xaBQxNBrUOCjC1bSodyHvKLWD6mtzMkW0Ez","e6287b0d33308d2b7e7bc9f2afe45b8c9ddc848dc6fd2e783ffcfdd63760c99d"],"ios_badges":"+1"}],"component":"push_notification"}

I've used the first device token on web interface as Test Device.

My application code is 36D9B-4948F

asked 20 Jan '16, 21:23
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Hi Viktor.

We tried to send your push notification on our test application and it seems that the reason it doesn't get through is in the ‚ÄĚcomponent" parameter, since there is no such parameter in our API.

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answered 04 Feb '16, 11:32
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You API request contains parameters that are nonexistent in our system. In case the issue is persistent, please consider reaching out to our support team via help@pushwoosh.com.

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answered 05 Feb '16, 16:37
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