Reseting app settings - ask again for permission

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  1. Hooch

    Hooch iPF Novice

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    Hello.
    I have little problem.
    In one app accidentally pressed "Not allow" for push notifications.
    How can I make it so that app will ask for permission again?
    I tried deleting and then reinstalling that app but it didn't work.

    How to make that app to ask for permission again?



    Second problem is with stock Twitter app (the one that comes with ios 5).
    I'm not receiving any push notifications from it. Other apps are working fine.
    Only twitter and Facebook (this one worked once) is not working.

    Settings for my twitter notifications are in attached image.

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    To get the app to send you push notifications: Go to your iPad's Settings app. When it first opens, you should see a line (on the left side) titled "Notifications." Press that line and you'll see a list of apps appear on the right side. Scroll until you see the app you want to send you push notices. Press on that app's line to go to another page, where you'll be offered three things to turn on - sounds, alerts and badges. Turn any/all on and you're done.

    For the Twitter app, as far as I understand, you only receive notices when/if you get DMs, not just updates and tweets in your timeline. I could be wrong, so I won't mind being corrected...

    Hope this helps. Let us know how you get on.

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    Hooch iPF Novice

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    You are right about tweeter. There are notifications only for dm and @me.

    But, do you know the answer to first question?

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    Ummmm, in my first paragraph?

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    Hah.
    I tried to edit my post from iPad app and failed.
    Btw, there should be edit option on iPad app.

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