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SSL issue must exist there if it shows like that else it would not.
Further, You need to debug your app to check console error and get to know the exact issue:
You can try it with v3.4 to confirm. If issue persists, inform us.
This option simply hides that you are using website inside webview.
I vote for options like this, for the use inside in the company, we need to send automatically some results and data.
We would like to invite suggestions for an upcoming version. Everyone is requested to contribute with their valuable suggestions.
You need to have basic knowledge of JS to get it right. Let's see.
var token = Website2APK.getFirebaseDeviceToken();
When you write above code as mentioned in documentation. the variable token now gets assigned the value of your firebase token string. You can now use 'token' anywhere in your web application. It is as simple as that if you know JS.
We sincerely apologize and regret the inconvenience caused. We assure you there would be soon an update.
This is just a case of false positive, you can report it to certain AV-team to get it whitelisted. Further, we will be releasing a software update asap to overcome this issue.