I am receiving push notification for my android app as per my requirement. But facing a strange problem. If internet is not connected in the mobile and we send push message from third party server, we can't get the notification. Understood !!!! But the moment it is connected, it should receive those notifications which were previously pushed .
Device: Galaxy s3 and s4 tested 4.1.2
Email client tested Touchdown and native
Problem: Push email does not work, but will pull data every 11 1/2 minutes
installed and configured both email apps - monitored email, same result,
tested with external sender as well as internal - same result
push email is configured on both clients
not connected to wi fi - s
I am trying to understand how email on a Linux system works. From Google searches I encountered both Dovecot and Z-push in the context of push mail, and sometimes used together.
I was under the impression that IMAP is push so why would anything else be needed? Am I wrong? So if Dovecot handles IMAP then what exactly is the difference between Dovecot and Z-push and what are their purposes?
Can someone lead me to all the aettings for email to push to the phone? I do to email then settings and it seems to be set up correctly but how do I gwt to the setting to push it every 15 minutes? It was working and then suddenly stopped :(
Thank you I greatly appreciate the help
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I am using parse sdk in my application.I have implemented successfully the parse push notification using channel functionality.Now I need to send parse push notification to multiple users.
The code which I have used to send push to single user is as follows:
String otherChannelName = "channel" + user_id;
ParsePush push = new ParsePush();
I just need to differentiate between the three types of devices. So that in my application I can send updates to the current user but on his other active devices, if he currently has an active session from any of these other devices!
I could just ignore this, since it makes it harder.
I've got an S3 on 4.1 and a I have a lot of apps which have push notifications which is convenient but i want to know if an 4.1 is "setup" to use push notifications efficiently in regards to battery drain or would having 4.3+ use less battery for push.