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  • purgruv Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    This worked for me, it's all you need really. I just cancelled at the app transfer stage so as not to get a bunch of apps of the mac that I don't want. Everything's fine…

  • bp_gb Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I managed to address the issue by simply switching the phone off and on.

  • murtazamemon Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I am facing a lillte different issue on my iphone 5 running ios 7.0.3

    I can recieve facebook push notification only all other push notification are working fine even fb messenger is also working fine but not that facebook app. i checked all my setting, tried reinstalling but nothing worked

  • Udcreation92 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    updating to 7.0.3 lets see what happens, .....

  • Udcreation92 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    So.. Updating the OS doesnt work for me .. lets try re installing "Find my iphone "

  • Slim-k Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    No problem guys!!

    i got the solution and it worked for me

    simple-

    if you are making your on icloud you just need to switch it to "This computer".

    selection "This computer" cause your data start backing up in ur pc and i'm dam sure it will solve your problem!!

    """""""""if ur phone is jailbroken""""""

    Thanks

     

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  • _Alix Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

     

    Go to settings>itunes store & appstore>logout from the account

    Turn off and turn on the idevice

    Again, go to settings>itunes store & appstore>login

  • Clinton Gardner Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I use the two-step verification and, evidently, my iPhone was dropped from my verified somewhere along the line.  I simply reverified it as a approved device and, voila, push notifications are working again and that annoying popup is no more.  I might note that I was not notified of the need to reverify until I did a hard reset of the iPhone.

  • theprasadnair Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Fellas,  The solution could be pretty simple.  One of the reasons (which was in my case) was that I had "unchecked" the "Set Automatically" option in my iPhone Date and Time setting and had selected a Futute Date.  Please check the Set Automatically option on and U must be through!

     

    Note: If you are a candy crush addict (in my case... my son is one and it was his trick) - you might have set a future date to earn you more lives... and avoid the waiting period! 

     

    Rember to check your time and date setting to be Set Automatically!!

     

    Cheers!!

     

    If this worked for you.... Tweet me @theprasadnair

     

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  • JaneiR36 Level 1 Level 1 (50 points)

    Did a backup, reset to factory defaults, restore from backup, pop up persists.  Signed out and back in, same.  Now trying to verify and reverify.  May have to do another reset?  Between the sluggishness of iOS 7 (certain apps that have been rendered unusable such as Safari, it would take forever to type up this message, Autocorrect taking forever to kick in, etc).  I cannot believe this update.  I guess there's always a batch of users that have a HORRIBLE time with an update and this time around I'm in this batch. Thanks, Apple!  Real top notch work, there!

     

    Just tried date and time, mine was already set automatically.  Maybe I should just have accepted factory defaults to see if the pop up is still there, I may do this later.

  • JaneiR36 Level 1 Level 1 (50 points)

    Installed the latest iTunes.  And the Church said... Amen.  *sigh*  For what it's worth, thanks Apple, for real

  • rvw Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Had the ios7 notification issue and this worked a dream - thanks for saving me an hour of factory reset and restore!

     

     

    _Alix wrote:

     

     

    Go to settings>itunes store & appstore>logout from the account

    Turn off and turn on the idevice

    Again, go to settings>itunes store & appstore>login

  • atatua Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Thank you Hunter, your solution worked for me and saved me from doing a total restore.

  • Ali Bhagat Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    The logout, reboot and login option worked for me. However, I had to try it twice. The first time I did the logout, reboot and login the push notifications still did not work. When I tried it again for a second time, I logged off from iTunes, switched off my phone and let it off for atleast 10 minutes before restarting it. When I logged into iTunes, the push notifications started working.

     

    I honestly don't know what made it work, but I though I share my experience and see if this helps anyone who is not able to get the notifications working after the first attempt.

  • DanT3HMan Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Ever since I got iphone 5s, my twitter and Instagram haven't been giving me push notifications, only at times and other times it doesn't. What could be causing this and what should I do? Restoring it on iTunes & set as new phone didn't work

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