Push Notifications Stream Ended Unexpectedly

#1

My notifications where working but as of yesterday they are returning back:

“The Apple Push Notification service unexpectedly dropped the connection. Retry sending the notification later.”

Even if I try and resend them they continue to get this error.

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#2

I found that I am getting the same problem that you are having. Did you ever end up resolving why this was happening?

@jarritos Are you also finding this issue with an enterprise application?

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#3

My app notifications were off for the entire Tuesday. It seems they returned to work in the last half hour but only for Android. I was out of office and will investigate it further.

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#4

I kind of figured out what happened.

Around 4:30 AM GMT, several notifications returned statuses like this:

{“status”:“error”,“message”:“SNS failed to send the notification (reason: EndpointDisabled, status code: 400).”,“details”:{“error”:“DeviceNotRegistered”,“sns”:{“statusCode”:400,“reason”:“EndpointDisabled”,"__message":“Endpoint is disabled”}}}

Is “SNS” the Amazon Simple Notification Service? Is it used by Expo?

Well, this device (my own phone) was totally able to receive notifications. Why did SMS assume that my device was “not registered”?

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