I am wondering if there is some sort of limit to the number of notifications that will show over a time period. This morning I had been testing by sending to my personal android and after a few tests the messages no longer show up on the device. However, they do show as delivered in the PushWoosh console. Any ideas as to what might be causing that? It's kind of frustrating because the PushWoosh console shows the messages as delivered but also as not opened. Any ideas would be appreciated.

asked 14 Jun '14, 15:12
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I found that too, after restart Android phone my app can receive notification again.

(16 Jun '14, 07:58) Linerd_push Linerd_push's gravatar image

Uninstalling the application and reinstalling it allowed it to get notifications again so it leads me to believe that there may be a limit either at the device level or somewhere on how many notifications can be sent in an hour or ???. Anyone know if that is true or what might cause notifications to not work?

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answered 14 Jun '14, 15:29
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I have noticed the same. Usually it works to clear the cache and data for the app. Though i haven't found any consistent solution/cause to the problem.

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answered 17 Jun '14, 08:11
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When this happens to me, it actually still receives messages but only when it's in foreground. Have you tried testing if that works? If yes. Then we have the same issue. I'm testing on a Moto G with Android 4.4.2.

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answered 17 Jun '14, 08:24
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Have experienced this issue, can confirm.

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answered 24 Nov '14, 08:39
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