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I fixed it editing the netpolicy.xml file manually. Increased the warning limit to 4GB in 3 places as shown in the image and rebooted. Then the notification went-off: Remount /system to make it writable (mount -o remount,rw /system) Edit /system/netpolicy.xml file as root: Remount /system read-only (mount -o remount,ro /system) or reboot the device


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Take a look at "Notifications" part of Google Calendar Help page. It has full details about notification setting in all devices like Android, iOS and Computer. Open the Google Calendar app. In the top left, go to the main menu (touch on 3 horizontal lines). Choose "Settings" at the bottom. Select "General". To change or turn off the sound, touch "Tone", ...


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The issue here appears to be Viber. Reading the permissions on the app, it has the ability to: disable your screen lock prevent device from sleeping modify system settings close other apps draw over other apps First step, remove Viber. If you absolutely must continue using Viber, check the app to see if any of these options are able to be turned off in ...


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The only way possible is to root your phone and install Xposed Framework. It has a module, This App Will Run Without Google Play Services, which makes Play Services installation not compulsory for certain apps (including Maps); it's compatible with Android 2.3 – 5.0.


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Disabling notification would not terminate the life cycle of apps, nor would apps use persistent notification to keep themselves alive. Normally background operations would be done in the background, and notification provides a means to display the result back to the user via the main UI thread. Notification in this context refers to elements such as toasts ...


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I'm not 100% certain, but I'm about 99%. If the app was made to run in the background disabling notifications shouldn't affect anything else. It should only prevent the app from pushing notifications.



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