Android kill my app

Hello to everyone,
i finally completed my ionic app. Everything works fine, also push notification from my site. I developed and tested app on my Nexus 5, but yesterday i have installed app on huawei p9 and after several minutes, app don’t receive push notification, maybe because it was killed by android/huawei…and maybe other brand (like samsung) has implemented this system killing. What is the work around for keep alive?

Thanks

Huawei phones have a quirk when it come to receiving notifications, you can get more details here https://github.com/phonegap/phonegap-plugin-push/blob/master/docs/PAYLOAD.md#huawei-and-xiaomi-phones

Thanks for reply, but…why only my app? Huawei however receive notification by other app installed, without particular settings. :frowning:

Which plugin do you use for notifications.

@akilud should be the same that you have linked me: phonegap-plugin-push.

Sending php script is:

$fieldsToSend = array(
		'tokens'=>array(),
		'send_to_all' => true, 
		'profile' => 'admin',
		'notification' => array(
			"title" => "Ci sono novità alla Jumping!", 
			"message"=> $this->getNewFbItem('message'), 	
			'android' => array(				
				'icon' => 'small_not',
				'image' => 'icon',
				'priority' => 'high'
			) 
		)
	);	

Thank you

Notifications should work even if the app is killed, if its not your phone problem, then i could be that your phone lost connection to the gcm server , more details could be found here https://eladnava.com/google-cloud-messaging-extremely-unreliable/

Also you could try registering the tokens multiple times, (i do it everytime my app goes into the background which is a bit overkill)