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I think that you want to use eNotify. It is an email notification filtering app with extensive Android Wear support. It supports use cases like: "Only notify me if the mail is from my boss or wife and it is between 8am and 10pm Mon through Fri" For Wear watches, it supports a stacked inbox view of notifications and allows voice replies and other commands. ...


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Try this: Settings -> Sounds and Notifications -> now under Notifications there is an option called Notifications on lock screen ,on tapping on it you get various options like Show content ,Hide content, Do not show notifications. Choose your desired option!!


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Turns out it was the app Signal Spy. It shows an up/down arrow while it is inspecting what your signal looks like.


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I just changed my whole software in REDMI Authorised service center. I guess the update corrupted my Operating system.


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Strangely, after "snoozing" one of the reminders via the Google Now page (essentially forcing it notify me in 10 minutes), the notifications for all other reminders started working again too. I've tested both location based reminders and time based reminders. Seems like I inadvertantly switched something "on" by forcing one of my existing reminders to ...


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Found a way. Use an empty ringtone and notification mp3 sound file. Also, set the phone to not vibrate on calls and notifications. This way the phone plays the sound but it just plays the empty ringtone and the watch vibrates - Singe point of indication!!!


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I found my own solution to it. Here are the instructions: Open hangouts. Click on the menu (three lines on top left corner of hangouts). (Click image to enlarge) Click on settings. Click on your email account, on which you want to control notifications . Click on Notification under the given options. Uncheck the sound or vibrate option to ...


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I figured this out myself and I'm posting the instructions below in case others have trouble as well. Login to your Google Voice account. Click on the cog near the top-right of your screen then select "Settings" from the drop-down. Click on the "Voicemail & Text" tab. Under the "Text Forwarding" header, uncheck "Forward text messages to my email:" ...


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There's a "blocking mode" in Samsung phones, in which you can select the apps you want to get notifications from. You can select the apps you want.


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For most phones with Android Lollipop: on any home screen (while music is off), press the phone's volume down button, then select Priority. (Click image to enlarge) NOTE: If you choose None, then you will not be notified of any call, message, reminder or even alarm. If the volume button shortcut doesn't work, try going to Settings → Sounds → ...


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What you can do is remove the icon, open application manager and drag the icon to the screen you want it at. You can also leave the icon on the first screen and then remove it after creating a shortcut on the other screen since apps usually don't care how many shortcuts you have.


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I have a workaround that leads to a solution but not a direct solution: If you have Chrome tabs as separate entities in the Overview (Recent Apps) section, then undoing the closure of a tab is not possible. However, if you open Chrome and tap on the three-dotted menu in the right-hand corner and then tap Settings and navigate to Merge tabs and apps and move ...


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@al-e's answer works, but it does have a little bug mentioned in the comments. I've made a different version of the script that solves this bug and have been successfully using it for a few years. Here's the script that I'm using: function markArchivedAsRead() { var threads = GmailApp.search('label:unread -label:inbox'); for (var i=0; ...


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Try installing Echo Notification Lockscreen. It is a decent third party app. Check their official site here


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I don't have Android Marshmallow but following apps can easily achieve the goal on Android Lollipop 5.1. Should not fail on your OS, I believe. Let me know the result in any case. MacroDroid When headphones are plugged: Trigger: Headphones Insert/Remove → Headphones Inserted Action: Volume Change → select Notification and Ringer, and configure ...


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Ensure Tasker is installed and enabled. I tested this with Tasker 4.8 on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. If you are using Tasker on Marshmallow, it will work more effectively if you disable battery optimisation under the Android Settings (although this may also drain the battery quicker). To do this, navigate to Battery -> Triple dot menu (in the upper-right hand ...



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