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In Android each application can control the notifications itself. So if you turn off vibration for calls, texts will still have the option, and so on. In the case of Hangouts: Open the application. Swipe from the left to open the menu (technically it's a navigation drawer). Tap "Settings" Tap "SMS" You can enable/disable vibration here: If you ...


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You can filter messages based on sender, recipient, subject and other criteria from within the Web app. This is not possible from within the Android app. In a web browser, Goto [Settings] -> [Filters] of Gmail. Click on [Create new filter]. Create a filter to match your newsletters. Assign a label to them (create one if you don't have one yet). Make ...


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This message is because you do not have any Account Recovery information tied to your account. This is not some Malware, or anything harmful. They will not change any of your security settings by clicking it. Clicking "continue" will ask you for additional information to verify your account and your device. You should enter the information, it is the ...


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After some testing, this feature seems to hide future notifications when the same app shows a notification with exactly the same text again in the future. This means you can't filter messages like [filename] download completed from the download manager, [app name] installed from the app store, or Level up! You are now level [number] from Google Play Games, ...


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I believe this is simply the standard Android feature for turning off notifications. It's on a per-app basis, rather than analyzing what kind of notification it is or its contents (etc.). This answer provides the details of how to turn them off or back on: Under each application info screen there is now a checkbox for "show notifications" (assuming the ...


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Here's the solution that worked for me. When 4.3 came out the first thing i did was place all my apps on the SD card which was great for freeing up space on the phone. Unfort. all app notification settings reset upon reboot as you described which was super frustrating. Specifically i'm talking about the app notification check box you see in every app when in ...


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Right, I have the solution. Swipe down to get notifications, then hold down on the screen where it says 'insufficient storage'. A little window will appear saying 'app info'. Press that and it will take you to settings of your android system. There is a ticked box saying 'show notifications' Untick that box and the problem is solved. ( the box can be ticked ...


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You can disable these notifications by unchecking the notifications for Google Play Services [Not Framework]. This fixed my problem on the LG G3 and I assume it will on all other devices.


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If you're rooted: Download ROM Toolbox (paid app) and run the app Open the App Manager Select the Google Play Services package Select Advanced Freeze Scroll through the list of activities/services and disable all Android Wear items I did this on my device yesterday because I was sick of having useless services running on my low memory device. Lo and ...


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Alright, I've figured out that you can do this by rooting and editing the system table in settings.db (/data/data/com/android.providers.settings/databases). I used SQLite Editor for this. I am not completely certain which of the two did the trick, but I edited both volume_system and volume_notification and now my texts are a reasonable volume.



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