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> When the app is not running, the notifications are not received, although I can see that from push sharp library I received a successful event of sending the push.
The problem here is that if you kill off your application via the Task Manager, you are also unwiring any BroadcastReceivers associated with it. Thus force killing your application would not allow for push notifications to be received.
There are many guides online regarding how to setup this behavior. I would recommend that you check out Firebase, specifically the "Handle notification messages in a backgrounded app" section: