To make testing easier, I have created a branch on my repository that I
forked from master branch of aerogear-pushplugin-cordova, but containing the
latest version of google-play-services.jar.
If this works on old devices, I may send a PR from this branch:
Karel Piwko wrote
Stefan is just updating our Cordova example (and incorporating
HelloPush) to test latest Cordova Push Plugin.
Testing on Android 2.3.3 is part of test execution, as we have (real)
2.3.3 device. I expect he'll have time to verify that on Monday though, as
he's on PTO tomorrow and Friday.
On Wed, 30 Apr 2014 11:08:49 -0300
Daniel Passos <
> Hi Andrea,
> Don't makes sense use the Froyo (2.2) version, because is the minimum
> version that we support is Gingerbread (2.3.3)
> My suggestion is use the last version too (That is the version we are
> in Android land). But before we change that, could some one test it on a
> real 2.3.3 device ?
> -- Passos
> On Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 10:27 AM, Andrea Vibelli <
> > Hi all,
> > after some searches, I finally found which version of
> > google-play-services.jar is included inside the Cordova Push Plugin,
> > src/android/libs folder.
> > This version comes from:
> > I have tested the Cordova Push Plugin (tag 0.5.0) on a Android 4.1.1
> > device and everything works well, then replaced
> > inside the src/android/libs folder with the latest version of it, taken
> > from:
> > and that worked also without problems.
> > I would ask if someone can make this test on more old devices as I do
> > have any (so using the latest version of google-play-services.jar
> > the Cordova Push Plugin on devices prior to 4.1.1). If that works I
> > suggest to replace the old library inside the plugin with the latest
> > distributed by Google's SDK, what do you think about it?
> > Thanks
> > Andrea
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