We have an iOS app live running 4.1.2. Unfortunately this suffers from a serious bug mentioned here:

https://github.com/Pushwoosh/pushwoosh-ios-sdk/issues/44

The end result is that our app never sees the push. I don't know how this got through our testing, but it did.

Most of our pushes are sent through the API. There's some mention of a "p" hash in the push notification, but I don't know what that is. Is there a way to workaround this in the way we send pushes (i.e. can I add the p hash, whatever that is)? Or am I forced to try to get all our users to upgrade to a new version?

asked 28 Oct '16, 13:59
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edited 28 Oct '16, 14:05

Hello, bjorn

Please update your Pushwoosh iOS SDK to the latest version. I kindly ask you to note that issue you have faced is already fixed since 4.1.5 version.

Regards, Nikita.

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answered 31 Oct '16, 06:24
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