Help with a Notification Error

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Hi all,

Today Google unleashed their new Gmail for iPhone and iPad app to the world.  Already there have been floods of emails about bugs and one in particular; about Notification Error “no valid ‘aps-environment’ entitlement string found for application” so what does this error message actually mean?.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #138234

Help with a Notification Error

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Hi Todd Williams,

This means Google messed up Push Notifications and there's nothing you can do about it until Google fixes it and Apple pushes out that fix. Why I am said that people start by generating and downloading the 3 standard certificates and at some later point generate the Push certificates. However when you create the Push certificates it modifies the standard certificates in some way that tells the OS that it can be used for push notifications. You'll often re-generate/download the Development and AdHoc certificates as you add new devices for testing, but you only have to regenerate the Store certificates once a year when renewing with Apple.

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Amanda Morson,

Answered By 0 points N/A #138235

Help with a Notification Error

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Hello Todd,

It is most likely that the application is still in its beta stage and therefore Google is testing to see how its performance will be. It is such bugs and errors that the users will report back that will help fix the bugs and make the application better.

Regards,

Nicke

 

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