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Topic # 96336 25-Jan-2012 15:02
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I have been using Tweetdeck for ages on my Samsung Galaxy S (Ginerbread 2.3.3) to get Facebook and Twitter notifications. All of a sudden the Facebook notifications (likes, comments etc) have stopped coming into the 'me' column, and some old ones that were there have even dropped off. I am still getting the FB news feed in the Home column.

Is this a setting in Tweetdeck that has changed, or is it something in Facebook? Are there any other (better) ways of getting Facebook notifications pushed in Android?

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  Reply # 573391 26-Jan-2012 03:21
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I'm having the same situation. I don't know what's going on, but I uninstalled and reinstalled and nothing. :( 

Very strange  

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  Reply # 573660 26-Jan-2012 15:20
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Ive noticed the same too. Its been like this for a while. Although I use both twitter and facebook Im far from a regular user so it hasnt really bothered me.

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  Reply # 573672 26-Jan-2012 15:38
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Looking at the app data on Facebook for Tweetdeck, it hasn't read data from my notifications since Jan 20th, so I don't think it is to do with Facebook issues, it appears as though TweetDeck is either no longer doing this as a service or there is an issue with the app.

It is a bit moot now anyone as on Gingerbread I seem to be getting notifications pushed from Facebook itself

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