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By mtdew2kx, Junior Member on 11th June 2014, 10:18 PM
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I have searched everywhere, and have not found the answer to my specific question. Many similar threads and things I have tried but so far nothing has solved this. I will be as specific as possible and VERY thankful to anyone that can help solve this issue.

I have CM11 and so does my buddy. We are both registered for WhisperPush. I can send him a text and he receives it just fine. When he sends me a text, I receive a notification that states, "Received badly encrypted message, or message encrypted for non-existing session." We have both unregistered and re-registered. We have both deleted the full threads. We have both updated to the latest nightly. I have an i747 on T-Mobile and he has the sprint galaxy S3.

I have noticed that his identity key does not match up on my phone and I seem to have no way to change that. What is strange is when my key changed and I text my brother, he said he was prompted to accept the new one. This isn't happening with my buddy.

Any idea? Thanks in advance.
 
 
12th June 2014, 05:41 AM |#2  
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I had the same problem for ages. It was resolved by both of us:
  1. unregistering our whisperpush accounts
  2. clearing data from the whisperpush app (you should probably backup with titanium first)
  3. re-registering our whisperpush accounts
  4. (if necessary) potentially waiting a day for registrations to propagate

Note that this will mean you lose your old whisperpush key so it could potentially cause a repeat of the same issue, but with another contact. Check your other whisperpush-enabled contacts afterwards to ensure it's working with them. I had to re-register again before mine fully resolved and started working with everyone.

HTH!
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12th June 2014, 03:25 PM |#3  
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Thanks for the reply, I will try it out today and post the results in case anyone else has this issue.

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Originally Posted by phoenixzzz

I had the same problem for ages. It was resolved by both of us:

  1. unregistering our whisperpush accounts
  2. clearing data from the whisperpush app (you should probably backup with titanium first)
  3. re-registering our whisperpush accounts
  4. (if necessary) potentially waiting a day for registrations to propagate

Note that this will mean you lose your old whisperpush key so it could potentially cause a repeat of the same issue, but with another contact. Check your other whisperpush-enabled contacts afterwards to ensure it's working with them. I had to re-register again before mine fully resolved and started working with everyone.

HTH!

12th June 2014, 06:18 PM |#4  
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Worked perfect, thank you. Even though I was the one getting the error and had the mismatched ID's, it was the sprint galaxy s3.

1. Unregistered WhisperPush on the sprint GS3
2. Made a backup of WhisperPush using Titanium Backup on the Sprint GS3
3. Wiped data of WhisperPush on GS3 using Titanium Backup
4. Re-registered whisperpush on the Sprint GS3
5. Had him send me a text message and my phone then asked me to accept new encrypted text.

Thank you so much, made it very easy.

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Originally Posted by phoenixzzz

I had the same problem for ages. It was resolved by both of us:

  1. unregistering our whisperpush accounts
  2. clearing data from the whisperpush app (you should probably backup with titanium first)
  3. re-registering our whisperpush accounts
  4. (if necessary) potentially waiting a day for registrations to propagate

Note that this will mean you lose your old whisperpush key so it could potentially cause a repeat of the same issue, but with another contact. Check your other whisperpush-enabled contacts afterwards to ensure it's working with them. I had to re-register again before mine fully resolved and started working with everyone.

HTH!

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