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My HTC One seems to vibrate for every damn notification that comes on. When it does this, the screen does not come on and there's no sound. I know how to turn notifications off, but I"m trying to figure out how define when a notification :

a) Turns on the screen so I can see the notification without having to turn the phone on, go to the notifications screeen, etc.

b) Provides a audio notification / tone

c) Does or does NOT vibrate

Personally, I find the vibrate with no sounds and no screen to be the most annoying.

  • One other comment. Is there a way that I can defined what shows up in the notification bar without turning off all notifications? For example, I run a software called "PlaceMe". In the notification settings, it shows "PlaceMe is running". I want to be able to receive notifications from it, but I don't want the "PlaceMe Is Running" to permanently take up real estate in my notifications center". – user42651 Oct 4 '13 at 13:55
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    You can turn off notificatioins / vibrate / ring tone for each individual app, or go into Applications > <your app> and turn off notifications altogether. There is no system wide 'turn off notifications etc' in Android. Still. It's dumb, and annoying, but that's how it works on Android. – RossC Oct 4 '13 at 14:55
  • Most applications itself will contain these settings... – Keshava GN Jan 21 '14 at 5:53
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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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First, make sure you have priority interruptions only. You can change your priorities here.

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IMG:

You can also disable notifications, so your phone won't buzz.

IMG: Uncheck 'Show notifications'

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