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Why some Push Notifications appear to not work?

The article below explains why it may appear that your Push Notifications are not working on Android. Push Notifications fail on specific Android phones. Here’s why. I recently added support for Push Notifications in the Kayako App. I tested and shipped it. And I thought I did pretty good job. But then one by one,
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Why aren’t my Android Push Notifications being received and audio not playing in the background when some phones go to sleep?

The short answer is it they way that some phone Android manufactures disable background services once an app is closed.  The article below on Medium gives a very detailed explanation of the situation and how you can resolve the issue with your app users. https://medium.freecodecamp.org/why-your-push-notifications-never-see-the-light-of-day-3fa297520793 Here’s a quote from the article about solutions to the
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How do I select the screen orientation for my app?

Follow the instructions below to select the screen orientation(s) that you want to use for your Android and/or iOS app (including  iPads).   1) Log into your App Manager and select your app. 2) Click Settings then Advanced from the left-hand-side of the screen. 3) Scroll down to the section that says iPhone & iPad & Android Orientation. 4) Check
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Preview / Demo My App On My Phone

Using our App Previewer, you can demo/preview your app on your phone prior to your app being published to the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. Below are the links to our Previewer apps. Download the app onto you phone.  Then use your account login information to gain access to the the app.  Once
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Easy Appointments (Booking Pro)

The Easy Appointments feature will easily allow you add a appointment booking to your app. Via your Control Panel you will be able to add multiple stores, categories, services and providers to your Appointments feature. It’s also possible to define store opening and closing times, and create a specific schedule for the providers.   App
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Quiz / Exams / Tests

Easily create your own quizzes or exams, and add as many as you want into your app. Options include defining grades depending on the percentage of correct answers or on the points earned during the quiz, it’s up to you. You can even add a description for each grade to make the experience more fun
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Change the height of your Home Page menu / icons

Here is a small snippet code to modify the height of your Home Page menu. 1) Log into your App Manager and select your app. 2) Click Colors from the left-hand-side of the screen (or the middle of the screen). 3) Scroll down to the Advanced SCSS box and past the following code. If there is already code in the advanced SCSS box, do
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Change Background Colors On Grido Layout

Follow the instructions below to change the background color of the various grid boxes in the Grido layout. Enable “Advance Customization CSS / SCSS” in colors tab and enter this:   .layout.layout_grido .object:nth-child(6n+1){ background: #364F6B; } .layout.layout_grido .object:nth-child(6n+2){ background: #EA7362; } .layout.layout_grido .object:nth-child(6n+3){ background: #FF895D; } .layout.layout_grido .object:nth-child(6n+4){ background: #20DECB; } .layout.layout_grido .object:nth-child(6n+5){ background: #FFA0C2;
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Add a background image to all app features.

Here is a small snippet to change your background-color into an image.   1) Log into your App Manager and select your app. 2) Click Colors from the left-hand-side of the screen (or the middle of the screen). Disable the general background color of your app by pushing the slider all the way to zero. Optionally, you can disable the header
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Use A Specific Color For Each Feature Icon

Here is a special snippet to change colors of your features. Just like this: for the example, we use the template “blutility”: 1) Log into your App Manager and select your app. 2) Click Colors from the left-hand-side of the screen (or the middle of the screen). 3) Scroll down to the Advanced SCSS box and past the following code. If there is already
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