I'm trying to figure out why my app isn't receiving push notifications when the app is killed. So when the app is on foreground I receive the notification, when it's on background I receive the notification but not when the app is terminated. This works perfectly with another app we created and a really old version of the pushwoosh sdk! In the Android studio console I see this message:

08-30 15:34:59.001 3346-3346/? W/GCM-DMM: broadcast intent callback: result=CANCELLED forIntent { act=com.google.android.c2dm.intent.RECEIVE flg=0x10000000 pkg=sping.snopro (has extras) }

My manifest: Android Manifest


asked 30 Aug '16, 14:07
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edited 30 Aug '16, 14:53


Please note, that on Android the notifications are always being handled by applications themselves (unlike iOS, where the operating system is responsible for this). When the app is force-stopped (killed), Pushwoosh code can not be executed, and all notifications will fail to be delivered until the user re-launches the app.

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answered 01 Sep '16, 09:35
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