I grabbed the Hello World sample app from the guides and followed the walthrough to set everything up.

Managed to get it up and running ;-) iOS is fine but when I open the Android app there is an instant alert box on startup - the error is just a very long string on characters. I can click 'ok' and the app starts fine. It also receives notifications fine so im not sure why it has an error on startup?

Anyone else come across this?

On the Helloworld App all I changed were the iOS and Android ID's etc, zipped it up and sent to phonegap build, it built and installs fine.



asked 04 May '14, 13:11
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Are you sure this is an error? It looks like you are seeing Android push token (it looks like a very long string of characters). It is safe to remove this alert.

Which repository did you use to get a sample app?

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answered 04 May '14, 14:41
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Ah, Thanks.

Didnt spot the alert in the index.js //commented it out and all is good ;-)


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answered 04 May '14, 18:34
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