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Solution to having full music controls while hiding sensitive information from emails etc on the lock screen: Go to settings (sounds and notification) 1.Enable show all notification content 2.Directly underneath (show all notification content) select app notification (select the app you want to hide sensitive info) - a new option has appeared (sensitivity) ...


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I am replying (I see no one else has) because I have always used the calendar/notifications functionality in the EXACT same way you have, and was also distressed of this change in functionality. I think we are in the minority, though, because your post is the first acknowledgement I have even seen anywhere about this issue. The only solution I have is to ...


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Here's how to do it: Press a volume button to get a menu with three items, "none", "priority" and "all". Select "priority" In the dropdown that appears, tap the cog for Interruptions settings (you can also access this through Settings) Under "priority interruptions", turn on "Calls" and turn off the other two options. That should work, but I haven't ...


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Having the same issue around here. I found that waiting for the notification to go by itself is better than Swiping right since you can still access the notification on the drawer and go directly where you need to.


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I finally figured out how to do this, at least on my phone (OnePlus One). You have to first install the Xposed framework, then install this module. In the module configuration, there are several settings, including the ability to disable some or all of the NFC-related sounds. Usual caveats about backing up first apply, since the Xposed framework does some ...


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I assume that you are seeing the "Block" and "Priority" options from the screenshot, but not the "Sensitive" one. In this case, I have been able to replicate your situation. In the Sound & notification settings page, there is an option called "When device is locked". If this is set to "Show all notification content" then the "sensitive" option is ...


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It looks like Google did not include a way to change the notification sound in the Inbox app. It does use the default system notification sound. The only workaround as I see it is to change the default system sound to the one you want to use for Inbox, and then change all other app notification sounds as needed. I use different sounds for each app that ...


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Check this thread on XDA forums. I had trouble freezing the service that shows the OTA notification. Even though the program referenced is old, it still worked with version 4.4.4 on my rooted Nexus 5.


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Swipe down on the notification to expand it and you'll be able to see the previous button. It's only visible in the expanded notification, not the summary version. As far as I know, there is no way to change this. Note, however, that this does not appear to work if you have the lockscreen set to hide "sensitive" notification information: [...] I have ...


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There is a mod for this by, I think, TeamNocturnal...I have it working on Stock gb 2.3.5 for ZTE Merit. Google search "swipe to clear notifications mod."


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Create a group with only you and the other contact in it, then chat there. I had the same problem and that was how I solved it.


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Two ideas. From your home screen, go to Settings, then choose Sounds, then choose Volume then look at the slider for Notifications. If it's all the way to the left, then your notification volume is off, slide it to the right and that might fix the problem Also, I was told that there was a problem in the 4.4.2 build and only the "whistle" sound works. ...


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Go to /system/media/audio/ringtones in your Xperia M and copy the notification tone and place it in media/audio/ringtones in SD card in your grand neo phone. Restart the phone. Also refer to Izzy's answer in this link


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I just had this problem too. The solution without having to download any outside apps is to go to "developer options" then uncheck "stay awake while charging" Not sure why they would have this as a default setting...


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Download "File Manager (Explorer)" from Google Play List and explore "Notification" Folder. Copy your custom file - MP3 ringtones in the "Notification" folder. Open the Google Calendar --> General Settings --> Sounds --> You can find your custom file to select. Hope this resolves your clarification.


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It only hides the notification when the app creates it. It doesn't affect what the app might do in the background or stop the app spending battery and data to create it in the first place.


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I had a similar problem just two days ago. I could not receive messages from my husband's whatspp phone. The message had been sent by him, but it was not delivered to me. (i.e. it shows only one tick). I then uninstalled whatspp from my phone and reinstalled it. Now it works again :-) The problem with my whatspp was that, I have clean master installed in ...


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The Gmail app icon doesn't display an unread messages count overlay (badge) in either stock Android or TouchWiz. So, either you have it confused with the stock email app (i.e. that's where you actually saw the unread message count on the envelope icon), or you're using a custom launcher (in which case, please specify which). In any case, there are two ways ...


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Tick tick is the only one I can find but unfortunately their implementation makes it pretty useless (the badge only goes up to 9)


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Yes, you can turn off all notifications. Your phone will work fine, but you will not receive any notifications, which will severely limit functionality of applications that depend on notifications to alert you of events and progress. Furthermore, the amount of battery life saved by doing this will be so close to zero, that I honestly can't recommend it. ...


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If you have root access on your device, an application like this may work for you. I cannot test it as I have no Gingerbread devices. This option only lets you turn off notifications for 24 hours (what a terrible feature) Open the messenger application. Go to the 'cog' icon for settings. Turn notifications off. This image shows the Icon, and shows ...


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You can go into GMail and look for outstanding mails in your outbox directory and delete them. If that doesn't work/there is no mail you can go into settings > apps > gmail > wipe app data/clear data. Then GMail has been factory reset.



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