|Subject:||Re: [Linphone-users] linphone often unavailable|
|Date:||Mon, 13 Mar 2023 11:32:41 +0100|
Supporting push notifications has become compulsory since iOS 10 and on most recent Android phones to receive incoming calls and messages when the app is not active in foreground.
To wake up a VoIP app when an incoming call or an incoming message is received, the server must send a push notification request to Apple/Google's PN server. For security reasons, Apple/Google doesn't allow everybody to send push notifications to their servers. There are private keys and certificates to protect the whole process.
We have decided not to share Linphone’s push notification ID with third party services, and this is why the stock Linphone app can only receive push notifications sent from our sip.linphone.org service.
The background mode is not a guarantee that the phone will never kill the app.
De : email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> De la part de Kamen Tomov
I'm using linphone with a SIP account and I often have missed calls because I do not get a notification from the app. I run Android 13 on a Galaxy S22.
I've set-up Linphone to never sleep and to not take out permissions that are not used. The Linphone Service is running all the time.
I have activated the debug logs. Here they are:
Your help will be appreciated.
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