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The problem turns out to be that this option only shows up if the lock screen is set to a PIN / password / etc. If it is set to swipe, it doesn't show up. This is not exactly intuitive but I guess it makes sense at some level.


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use: Notification.Builder(context).setFullScreenIntent(pendingIntent, true), manual to make the notification to show full screen


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SMS messages are not normally sent over mobile data. You should automatically receive them, exactly like normal. Even MMS messages typically have their own APN set up so that they can be received without other data services.


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I also saw thius notification flashing briefly. As far as I can tell, it is related to connectivity changes (switching from WiFi to mobile and vice versa). For the time being, I've disabled notifications for Play Music but hope they'll issue an update to fix this behavior.


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Just click on the down arrow beside the phone number and change the notification


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The Don't Pause! app promises to help here: Are you tired of Notifications interrupting your music? […] Don't Pause was designed to keep your device from interrupting you when you are listening to music. If you are listening to music through your android phone and you get a text message or email, by default, Android pauses your music and plays the ...


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Another possibility is using adb: adb shell settings put global heads_up_notifications_enabled 0 (Source)


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I don't know if anyone still needs help but I was able to diable the app badge notifications by using ROM Toolbox Pro. From the main ROM Toolbox Pro screen go to: App Manager > [Tap on app that you want to remove app badge notification] > Swipe from right to left until you are under 'Advanced' > Advanced Freeze > Under 'Receivers', tap on anything similar ...


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i had the same problem in samsung galaxy J5 running lollipop ( 5.1.1) . I had to enable following under the Settings/Data Usage/Background data 1) Email 2) Gmail 3) Google Settings I had initially only enabled 1 & 2. Yahoo email was working but Gmail was not. Once i enabled Google Settings , the Gmail sync also started working.


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Try this app - "AppBlock - Stay Focused" https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=cz.mobilesoft.appblock It allows you to block certain apps for a specified time period and you can schedule in advance.


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Have you considered that this might be a Mobile Device Management being driven by Corporate/ IT from your place of work? This smells of MDM and I cant be sure which one given the limited info so far.


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