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Go to Settings > Sounds & Notification > When device is locked > Show all notification content Hope this solves your query


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By default the setting is vibrate. If you want to change go to whatsapp setting ---> notification tab. Click notification there you will find vibrate default it has different options like "OFF,DEFAULT,SHORT,LONG" select which is suitable for you. Hope this helps.


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I fixed it editing the netpolicy.xml file manually. Increased the warning limit to 4GB in 3 places as shown in the image and rebooted. Then the notification went-off: Remount /system to make it writable (mount -o remount,rw /system) Edit /system/netpolicy.xml file as root: Remount /system read-only (mount -o remount,ro /system) or reboot the device


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You have to check the set mobile data limit to show those lines. As seen in the image below: Screenshot (click image for larger variant)


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Open Whatsapp and set the following for Message Notification and Group Notifications Whatsapp-> Settings -> Notifications -> Popup Notifications -> None Now you won't get the notification poped up when you are using some other applications. And all the popup nofications for individual and group notifications will be turned off.


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Answer to first question: Because Google wanted a new notification system that was more visible and obvious, much the way iOS handles their notifications. A lot of defectors from iOS actually missed that. Answer to second question: this is done on a per-app basis, for those that support it. Most apps don't even use the feature, but for those that do, some ...


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If you use Xposed the Module Less frequent notifications will do what you want.


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Take a look at "Notifications" part of Google Calendar Help page. It has full details about notification setting in all devices like Android, iOS and Computer. Open the Google Calendar app. In the top left, go to the main menu (touch on 3 horizontal lines). Choose "Settings" at the bottom. Select "General". To change or turn off the sound, touch "Tone", ...


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It is possible that you have accidentally muted the alarm sounds. In the Volume Settings there is a slider for alarm volumes.


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First, AFAIK, "Notification Service" makes reference to receive notifications in Telegram about every new update (changelog or "What's new"), as well as another announcements which Telegram staff may consider important for you to know via Telegram chat. Second, Android Lollipop has a new way to manage notifications per app. Enter Settings screen for your ...


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Like any other app. Go to settings >> apps >> Telegram. uncheck 'Show Notifications'


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The issue here appears to be Viber. Reading the permissions on the app, it has the ability to: disable your screen lock prevent device from sleeping modify system settings close other apps draw over other apps First step, remove Viber. If you absolutely must continue using Viber, check the app to see if any of these options are able to be turned off in ...


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In the same place, in most apps, there is a notification box.check it or uncheck it.


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Option 1: You may try turning off "Show Notifications" check box by visiting Setting-> Apps -> All Apps. From here, you can select the app sending this notification and un-check the "Show Notifications" check box. In case if you are not sure which app sending these notifications, you can LONG PRESS the notification area itself, and system will show ...


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The only way I can think of is to hide all of system UIs notifications. To do this, you need root access and an app called Notifcations Off. Once you've installed Notifcations Off, you can just turn off System UIs notifcations.


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What I recommend you do is, if you're on Android 5.0 or up, there is a simple to use notification manager, where you can block apps notifications. Go in and block the Maps, then enjoy. Otherwise, I will recommend you forget using Maps app on your phone, and use the Maps in the browser instead (Chrome is your best bet). Since maps is the only Google app you ...


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The only way possible is to root your phone and install Xposed Framework. It has a module, This App Will Run Without Google Play Services, which makes Play Services installation not compulsory for certain apps (including Maps); it's compatible with Android 2.3 – 5.0.


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Lollipop notification settings can be found here: Settings>Sound & notification>When device is locked.


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I've had a Galaxy Note 3 for some time. Used to work great, but I haven't gotten a push notification from Hangouts since the Lollipop update. I removed my account, added it again, and checked all my settings. No luck. Looks like it may be a known issue with the Lollipop update, only on wi-fi. Here's what I found elsewhere on the web: ...


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Disabling notification would not terminate the life cycle of apps, nor would apps use persistent notification to keep themselves alive. Normally background operations would be done in the background, and notification provides a means to display the result back to the user via the main UI thread. Notification in this context refers to elements such as toasts ...


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Often it's because you have a rooted phone and you have granted access to some application to mess with root files KNOX are protecting, such as the kernel. My idea is that system apps can with change root files without problem so what I did to fix it was going in to SuperSU -> setting -> clear log and install SuperSU to /system. That fixed it for me.


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I'm not 100% certain, but I'm about 99%. If the app was made to run in the background disabling notifications shouldn't affect anything else. It should only prevent the app from pushing notifications.


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I changed my 'message centre' number in 'message settings' and now sms will not send.? The answer is trivial. You need to contact the customer care support of your network provider. Depending upon their procedure they may ask few questions, and after confirmation you can ask them then default Message Centre Number. Enter it at the same location where ...


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This worked for me on my HTC One M8 First Go to Settings, then go to Accessibility, and click Notification Reminder to Off http://www.reddit.com/r/htc/comments/2w3op7/htc_one_m8_lollipop_notification_constant/


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Go into Settings > Sound & notification > "App notifications" and set Gmail as sensitive (as shown here: https://youtu.be/GNFE-S42wgU ) If you want to prevent all apps from showing notifications on the lock screen go into Settings > Sound & notification > "When device is locked" and set "Don't show notifications at all"


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If you are running Android 5.0 or later go into Settings > Sound & notification > "When device is locked" and set "Show all notification content" (as shown here: https://youtu.be/GNFE-S42wgU?t=46s )


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You probably dont have great service in that area.


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XDA found a workaround. It's your exchange account. http://forum.xda-developers.com/z3-compact/help/notifications-lollipop-lockscreen-help-t3084398



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