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[Q] Getting getting whatsapp messages on delay

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3rd January 2014, 03:17 PM   |  #1  
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Hi all,

I having a problem for a while that i getting messages on delay in whatsapp,gmail and all other things
that use my 3G connection, is there any solution for that problem?
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Hi all,

I having a problem for a while that i getting messages on delay in whatsapp,gmail and all other things
that use my 3G connection, is there any solution for that problem?

Check your APN settings. On some networks, this happens when you are using WAP.
3rd January 2014, 05:14 PM   |  #3  
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One solution is to use Push Notification Fixer (PNF). The delay of push notifications (whatsapp included) is due to the connection being closed by the carrier after some time of inactivity. The phone, in order to keep it open, sends periodically an heartbeat (basically a small package of data), but the default time between two heartbeats is often too high because the carriers close the connection sooner. With PNF you are able to reduce the time between heartbeats so that the connection is kept open.
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One solution is to use Push Notification Fixer (PNF). The delay of push notifications (whatsapp included) is due to the connection being closed by the carrier after some time of inactivity. The phone, in order to keep it open, sends periodically an heartbeat (basically a small package of data), but the default time between two heartbeats is often too high because the carriers close the connection sooner. With PNF you are able to reduce the time between heartbeats so that the connection is kept open.

I have just installed it, hope that it will solve my problem.
tnx for the help
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