New Google push notification service support for Android

14, May 2024

We are excited to announce the launch of support for a new Google Push notification service. Google will deprecate the legacy Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM) APIs on 6/1/2024 and is introducing HTTP v1 as the new standard for push notifications on Android devices.

To ensure seamless communication and to comply with Google's latest standards, we are proactively migrating our Android notification system from the legacy FCM APIs to HTTP v1.

What our Android Voice SDK users need to do

This migration will require action on our users' part. We kindly ask you to update your notification settings and authentication keys to align with the new HTTP v1 protocol. This update is crucial to maintain the reliability and security of your notifications. We’ve prepared detailed instructions to help you smoothly set up HTTP v1 notifications.

Please note that the deadline for completing this migration is June 1st, 2024. After this date, the legacy FCM APIs will no longer be supported, and users who have not migrated to HTTP v1 may experience interruptions in the notification service.

Thank you for your continued trust and support.

Team Telnyx