Hi, Whe starting the app by clicking on a notification it seems the PUSH_NOTIFICATION_RECEIVED_EVENT never gets fired? is there anyway around this?

asked 05 May '14, 13:07
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Jon Bartram

Is it iOS or Android?

(05 May '14, 22:27) shader shader's gravatar image
  1. Try the new ANE (updated on 13th of May)
  2. Make sure you call onDeviceReady() as per new example (please check the updated guide).
  3. Also please let me know if this is happening for you on iOS or Android.
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answered 17 May '14, 02:25
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The new ANE/Guide seems to have fixed the issue on android devices, but the issue still persist's on iOS. While the app is open we receive the event and attached custom data perfectly fine.

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answered 23 May '14, 15:45
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