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Android Implementing Designs for Android Adding Push Notifications from Parse.com Adding a Custom Notification Icon

thomas chang
thomas chang
129 Points

Alternative way to set custom icon

The setDefaultPushCallBack is depreciated on the Parse SDK. I have been trying to find a work around so I can get a custom Icon on my notification. Does anyone know another to solve this issue how that I can put the image in the parameter of the setDefaultPushCallBack function call?

Hassam Uddin
Hassam Uddin
8,204 Points

I suggest you follow the android course, as the first few teak you through the new android studio and teach you how to deal with icons and images. If you only want to learn about images, then this is what you want.

https://teamtreehouse.com/library/build-an-interactive-story-app/user-input/introducing-imageviews

1 Answer

Kevin Hackett
Kevin Hackett
10,441 Points

Thomas, Please follow along Daniel Schmidt answer here: https://teamtreehouse.com/community/app-crash-on-push-test It worked perfectly for me.

Harry James
Harry James
14,780 Points

Moved Kevin's Comment to an Answer

I also used the same Forum post when I ran into this issue - Daniel does a great job at explaining what to do here :)