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I also got the same issue i was in search of answer to that but i found out it is not a malware and we ourself enable it on android devices it is an auto update time check nothing to worry about. If you want to get rid of it, just watch the procedure here http://www.technono.com/your-time-is-close-enough.html


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Check Settings, Accessibility and ensure that Notification reminder is off.


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This was a big annoying factor for me and i eventually solved it. But it does require Xposed (which needs root) if you have root and Xposed you can install XphonePlus and can disable the data warning and mod the phone's notifications for calls, mobile data and many more. but if you are not rooted then i got no idea :/


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I really like "HeadsUp" from Google Play Store and I use it myself. HeadsUp on Google Play Store


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First, it's not your account that is slowing down your smart phone, it's the app itself (don't worry, even I had the same problem). Your phone is probably weak or you are running too much of apps and processes at the same time, saving less resources for facebook. So, to answer your qustion: No, your account will not be deleted if you force stop facebook ...


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Note: Applicable for any Android app which doesn't work in the way it should... Probably Show notifications (in app manager) for Messaging app might have been disabled. To enable it again just navigate to Settings>Apps>All apps>Messaging and enable Show notifications. If the problem still persists try --- Clear data and Clear cache on the same page. ...


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From the WhatsApp FAQ: How do I delete my account? You can delete your account from within WhatsApp. WARNING! Deleting your account is an irreversible process, we cannot undo a deletion if you complete the process by accident. Deleting your account will do the following Delete your account from WhatsApp. Delete you from your ...


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Go Settings/Apps/Twitter Uncheck "Show Notifications" under the "Force Stop" button.


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Simply long press the notification and select app info. Then tap on FORCE STOP.


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I think the problem is that you are using the PIN lock screen. Try changing to something else and hopefully it will work. I also faced this problem and it disappeared when I changed the lock screen type.


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Usually apps that serve notifications provide their own ways of controlling them. You will need to open each app that you want to stop notifications from, open their settings, and look for notifications. There you will have many options including changing the ringtone, frequency, and even turning them off completely. For example in Gmail app: Tap on ...


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When you get the software update notification. Just Long press the notification you will get a small icon "App info". Press on it you will be directed to app settings. Uncheck the show notifications option. You won't get any further notifications about system update..


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If you want to mute a group conversation, Whatsapp -> Click conversation you want to mute -> top right theres the options menu (three dots) -> Mute. In that menu, you can deselect the notification setting or mute the conversation for a period of time. I don't think there is a mute for a single contact though.



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