Plugin: pushwoosh-pgb-plugin V: 6.2.3 Phonegapbuild: cli-6.3.0

Call un-register, runs with success Call register - nothing happens.

Any thoughts? This is driving me nuts and I've got a very unhappy client.

asked 18 Oct '16, 15:40
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answered 20 Oct '16, 06:53
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Would this happen if a user deletes an app off of their phone and then reinstalls it?

(31 Oct '16, 14:39) TomF TomF's gravatar image


Sorry for not reaching back to you for so long, our engineers were trying to deal with the issue. It looks like we hit a bug in iOS 10 itself. Please refer to the following threads for more information:

Please note that Apple itself does not recommend calling /unregister method at all:

If you need to be able to unsubscribe users from push notifications, would it be possible for you to just create boolean Tag in Pushwoosh - "pushes enabled" and set it accordingly?

You can find more about tags and filters in our Guide:

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answered 01 Nov '16, 06:43
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@TomF no, it happens only if you call /register /unregister methods one right after another. If a user deletes the app and then reinstalls it the issue should not arise.

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answered 01 Nov '16, 06:45
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