Push functionality and setup

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by carrollf, Jun 16, 2009.

  1. carrollf macrumors regular

    carrollf

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    With iPhone 3.0 does the user have to enable PUSH somehow in Settings or is PUSH just something that developers can build into their Apps that will work without end-user involvement?
     
  2. HarrisonB macrumors 6502

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    Each push app has it's own setting box in the Push setting. There you can I assume turn it on or off.
     
  3. Chris Welch macrumors 6502

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    Why are people making threads like this? The answer could be find by viewing other threads on here or just Googling.

    Push notification settings will show up once you have an application installed that utilizes the feature. From there, you can enable or disable Push Notifications as a whole, and also customize the types of notifications each application can deliver.
     
  4. Clusty macrumors regular

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    When you start an app that has push notifications, it displays a prompt(similar to the location services prompt) that asks if you want to enable push notifications for this app. The first time you do this will cause a new tab to appear in Settings.app for push notifications. In the settings for Push Notifications, you can change what type of alerts you get for each individual application.
     

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