|Subject:||Re: [Linphone-developers] Notifications in iOS not working|
|Date:||Sun, 4 Mar 2018 04:08:19 -0300|
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This issue was already somehow discussed, but your recent answer once more makes me doubt. You say: "If you use another sip service it needs to be able to send push notifications to our app. There is nothing we can do on app side it has to be done on the server." Does that mean that there's a way to send push to stock linphone? Or do you mean that one (e.g. each VoIP service) should publish his/her own fork of linphone app under his/her own apple dev account and only then one could send push notifications to that forked and republished app?
As said on the AppStore info of the app.
Receiving calls and messages in background on Linphone are only possible on sip.linphone.org account. If you use another sip service it needs to be able to send push notifications to our app.
There is nothing we can do on app side it has to be done on the server. It’s working for our sip.linphone.org service.
This is the iOS policy since ios 10
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