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This thread solved my problem. I could not read android gmail reply. It showed as received as i could see the first few words but could not read reply. It wouldn't scroll down. I went to the settings and saw the Google icon. It said sync was off. When pressed it came up with lots of manual syncs. It had not synced since I got it. Odd that it was receiving ...


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Has this been resolved? I use the calendar in the same way and this is a MUST for me. Postponing the event and setting a long reminder is not a viable option. Wish I had a backup.


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Not a virus, but a simply advertising popup which leads at website to avoid. Block the url from your browser!


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Go to Accessibility and set the notification reminder to off. Otherwise, it will keep reminding you every 15 seconds either by sound or vibration.


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On some Samsungs, they have a feature called Minute Minder. It will notify you around every minute of your phone call (it is usually 5-10 seconds before the actually minute mark). For people who don't have unlimited minutes, this allows them to easily know how many minutes have passed. For the original Galaxy S, the setting is located under Settings -> ...


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Hope this helps. "0. You DON'T need to be rooted to do this. The "Disable" function is part of Android, it does not delete the app. Disable can also be used to turn off bloatware apps if your squeamish about rooting to get rid of them. It does however stop the app from working at all, so be sure that its not used or connected to any of the apps you use. ...


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What you are seeing looks like a javascript alert. As long as you don't believe the lies some websites will be feeding you, the only danger a javascript alert introduces is the possibility that a site may keep opening so many javascript alerts, that you won't be able to leave the site before another alert pops up. But a decent browser can stop that for you. ...


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No, it's not a virus. The notification is triggered by advertisements on the webpage. Just don't click "OK" and ignore it.


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Chomp SMS also works fine. We can choose what to display in the notification bar. In privacy mode, we can hide name, text and both.


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It seems to be an App which opens that dialog (over a webpage...). Try to boot into safe mode: Press and hold the power button until the power menu appears. Hold down 'Reboot'. (On phones which do not have the option to reboot press and hold 'Power off') Then your phone will reboot into safe mode. That means all your apps are deactivated for this ...


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WhatsApp doesn't support different group notificaion sounds for groups as of now. There's no way to do it.


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These behaviors can be controlled when an app builds a notification. From my understanding, if an app wants to run continuously, it MUST put a persistent notification on the notification bar You're pretty much correct until the "notification bar" part. Both of notifications are indeed persistent (i.e. on-going, cannot be removed manually by user). Take ...


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You can shrink a notification by pinching in horizontally on the notification. Likewise, you can expand one by pinching out horizontally. You can see this in my beautifully-drawn diagram: EDIT: You can also swipe up/down using two fingers instead of one. Thanks to eldarerathis for this addition.


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Try downloading the Android Wear app. Open it up and see if it says Emulator Connecting in the top left. If it does, go to the menu and select Disconnect Emulator and then Forget Emulator. It worked for me. I was getting the same notification.


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The problem stems from the fact that Android has multiple audio channels, for different kinds of output. The Priority Notifications feature will silence any apps that try to output over the "notification" channel unless they are whitelisted, preventing their notification sounds from being played. However, not all apps actually use the proper channels. In ...


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Light Flow will do this for you. Switch of sound or vibrate for the individual apps and set them up in Light Flow. The option "too many notifications" can be used to select the maximum repeat count. Rooting is not necessary, except on some phone to alter the LED notifications. The app is capable to adjust for all notifications or depending on application: - ...


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Than you have to change notification settings in your android phone. GOTO : Settings > Sounds & Notification > App Notification In Settings > Sounds & Notification you can set the all notification setting like , sound , notification light etc. I hope this help you to solved your problem.


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I found the solutions to this. I use the Llama Android app to modify the volume, however, unfortunately there is a bug in Android 5.0 lollipop whereas silent profiles put the device in priority notification mode, but setting the profile back to normal volume does not change the notification priority mode. There is a fix in newer yet unpublished versions of ...


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This app that is for hiding pictures disguises itself as an audio manager let's you enable vibration and audio with separate volume control. Just tried it on lollipop and it works great. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hideitpro


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Try this: https://plus.google.com/102613809832589771759/posts/ABcRnocktJf It's a Mod for Whatsapp that implements material design and heads up.


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As of current, it's impossible to do this directly from WhatsApp official app. The heads-up notification is only shown when the notification is set to high-priority, max-priority, or full-screen notification by the developer. So, the "official" answer is to wait for them integrate the function. However, there are 3rd-party apps that implement this feature ...


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I found a workaround : delay the event in the future for x hours then add a notification x hours before the event. For example, delay the event to tomorrow and add a notification 24 hours before the event. The notification will stay in the notification bar until the event is ended. You can do the same with several days or one week if you want the ...


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I was not so easy to notice at first that with Samsung phones, you have to note that there is also "GALAXY Apps" store. It has its own notification settings.


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It can't be done. https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=79445 This is currently a very hot topic with many people extremely frustrated that this functionality has been removed. Hopefully google will bring it back.


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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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