How To Hide "InstanceID Token:" Box That My Android App Displays When Loading
I started to use Firebase for push notifications and in order to do that, I had to upgrade several Google libraries. Everything works correctly for me now but one thing that I noticed was that when my app loaded, on the first screen it was displaying a box that said
InstanceID Token: and it displayed a token. I do not want that box and I have not written anything in the code for that box and token to appear. Where does it come from? Is it something that Firebase or maybe a Facebook plugin or another plugin does automatically? How can I remove that? I searched for
System.out.println() statements and
InstanceID Token: keywords in my source code, trying to find what could be making that box to appear, but I could not find anything. It was not happening to my app before the upgrades to Firebase for push notifications. Anyone experiencing a similar situation and knowing how to fix it?
Note: It appears for about 2 seconds when the app is loading and then it disappears by itself. See the screenshot below:
Any hints will be helpful. Thank you.
You probably have a Toast displaying the Instance ID. Search for something like
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