If your Companion app keeps saying it’s sending, try resetting your notifications and checking for service calls. It may be that the app is crashing. You can also try changing the message payload. The example notification payload is available in the notification docs or on the Developer Tools page in the Services tab.
Problems with the Companion app
If you are experiencing problems with the Companion app, it might be time to update your device. If your device runs on iOS 11 or above, it should be able to install the latest version of the app. If it runs on Android, it should also be updated. If it doesn’t, you might need to contact your Internet service provider and ask them to fix the issue.
You can also check the logs from the Companion app. The app uses Google’s ADB Logcat feature, which lets you view crash logs. However, there are some risks associated with these logs. For example, sensitive information such as passwords and financial information can be included in these logs.
If you’re having problems with the Call of Duty Companion App, the first step is to update the app. Sometimes, a game’s companion app won’t install properly because your device doesn’t have enough space. You may also have issues with the account, which could result in a ban.
If your companion keeps saying “Sending” when you’ve already sent them a message, you might want to try resetting your notifications. The reason for this might be that your companion is intentionally trying to confuse you by saying “Sending” instead of “Sending” and trying to trick you into thinking it’s sending. To do this, go to Settings, and then choose Apps and notifications. Next, look for Your Phone Companion, and then select it from the list.
If you don’t see your Companion app, you can also try resetting your push ID token. If the problem still persists, you may have to force quit the iOS Companion app and reload the iOS Companion app. You’ll also need to check your iOS settings to ensure that you have allowed notifications for your mobile app.
First, your companion may be busy, and may not be responding to your messages right away. If you’ve tried a couple of things, it’s unlikely that the problem is a technical issue. Restarting your device or removing and reinserting the SIM card might solve the problem. If your companion still doesn’t respond after these steps, try talking with your companion about your expectations.
Checking for service calls
If you’ve noticed that your companion keeps saying that it’s sending a message but isn’t, you may need to check your application’s notification settings. On iOS, make sure the Push ID checkbox is enabled, and in Android, make sure that you’ve added the service call payload to the activity. You can find this information in the notification docs or by visiting the Developer Tools > Services page.
You can also check if the service is running by using the ServiceManager class. This class is responsible for registering and destroying services, and you can query its status by calling its startService and stopService methods. The startService method returns a ComponentName object if the service is running, and it returns null if the service isn’t running. You can also call the stopService method to stop the service once it starts. It’s similar to the sendBroadcast() method, except that sendBroadcast() dispatches the receivers.
Troubleshooting a crashing app
If your companion app is constantly crashing, you may be experiencing some technical difficulties. You should check the Help Center of the app or contact the manufacturer of your phone or tablet to get troubleshooting tips. You may also check out a developer’s forum or the Companion App Community Forum to get support.
Sometimes, the problem is due to a slow or unstable internet connection. Try optimizing your network strength. Alternatively, you can try switching off your Wi-Fi and mobile data. Also, try to check if the app is updated. Sometimes, an outdated app may be causing problems.