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Try removing the icon of the app from the home launcher then put it back then restart your phone
Assuming I'm understanding your question correctly, you want a "pinned" notification, meaning a notification that stays in the notification bar after you tap it and open the app in question. If I am correct, you might want to look into apps that let you create your own notifications, like the app Custom Notification. This could clutter your app drawer a ...
I gave the answer to Al E. For taking the time to help me and provide a great working solution. ( though not the solution I ended up going with as 1) I didn't want to fork over $5 for the pushover app or 2) I'd already implemented another solution that works great as well. THE SOLUTION I WENT WITH WAS THIS ...
Here is a (mostly) non-Android solution for you. You'll need to (sign up for and) use If This Then That. Create a recipe.1 Your This will be the Gmail channel, specifically the Any new email trigger.2 Your That will be however you'd like to be notified. I like Pushover but SMS will work just as well. You'll use the Send me an SMS action (or send a ...
Open Instagram... Then go to "Edit Your Profile" and then delete your mobile number from your profile... Hope it helps..
In the Messaging app, click the left soft key and open Settings. Under Notifications, make sure Vibrate is checked.
Android doesn't have "badged" icons like that by default. Unlike iOS, Android has had a pull-down list of notifications since the start, so that has become the standard way to present this kind of information in this platforms. Most Android users would be disappointed to see a 3 on their email icon, because they've come to expect a notification in the ...
Go to viber, in the bottom corner you should see 3 lines stacked on top of one another (Menu) click on it, then click on Settings, then on Calls and Messages, and you should find that option.
Try Slide Lock. It is awesome. Just like iOS version. (click image for a larger version)
Android 4.3 has protection by default to disallow Lock Screen Widgets: Firstly you need to go to Settings > My Device > Lock Screen as above and enable "Multiple Widgets" You can change the SMS notifications in the SMS app > Settings > Notifications As an alternative for anyone interested I would recommend Dash Clock lock screen Widget This is ...
I just turned off the vibration intensity for notifications. See: Settings > Sounds > Vibration Intensity > Notification
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