401 Unauthorized in c2dm sent message to server

by chenthil » Thu, 02 Sep 2010 01:53:10 GMT


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 HI,
    i got the c2dm device registration id and auth token. but while
sending message to the c2dm server am getting 401 Unauthorized. can
anyone help me.

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401 Unauthorized in c2dm sent message to server

by Brad Gies » Thu, 02 Sep 2010 02:05:08 GMT


 Not unless you show us some of your code :). But, you should probably 
ask this in the C2DM group.


Sincerely,

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HI, i got the c2dm device registration id and auth token. but while sending message to the c2dm server am getting 401 Unauthorized. can anyone help me.
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