We are currently having issues getting Pushwoosh to work on an Amazon build running on an Android device using Amazon's underground app.

Pushwoosh attempts to start a google version and as such throws issues with missing GCM permissions, missing Android App ID and other such problems.

java.lang.IllegalStateException: Application does not define permission ....permission.C2D_MESSAGE

java.lang.IllegalStateException: No receiver allowed to receive com.google.android.c2dm.permission.SEND

Is there a specific way to get pushwoosh working when in this configuration? Or is this something that it was never meant to do?

asked 25 Jan '16, 12:51
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RickyC
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Hello,

May I ask you if you followed our Amazon Guide step by step?
Also, please check our Amazon Sample for reference.
If the problem persists, please don't hesitate to contact our Support Service at help@pushwoosh.com

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answered 25 Jan '16, 13:36
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Nikolai
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As this is a Unity integration the Amazon Sample isn't useful.

We also have the integration working when it's run on an Amazon device. But since Amazon apps can be run on Android devices using Amazon's own underground app to download them.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Amazon-com-Amazon-Underground/dp/B004GJDQT8/

The current implementation of Pushwoosh doesn't seem to support this configuration.

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