There are several things that might be wrong:
- Have you enabled the Android push notifications from the settings of your app in Everlive?
- Are you sure you are not in 'emulator mode'? While in emulator mode the generated token is a fake token, and cannot be used to send actual push notifications. You can check this by looking at your push token in the Everlive backend. It should not be anything like "some_token" or "fake_token".
If none of the above works, can you please try to send a notification using this software:
With the above software you can use the same push token and android API key and check if the problem is in getting a valid token or in the Everlive part that sends push notifications to GCM.
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