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Old November 19th, 2012, 10:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone else get updated to 4.2 and having notification issues? I have a galaxy nexus direct from google running on t-mobile USA.

Seems like since the update I have been having intermittent notifications. I use Light flow. But even when I turn off lightflow this still seems to be an issue.

Honestly, lightflow seems to save me. I will sometimes get the audio notification for say a text message but then nothing more other the color LED from lightflow.

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Anyone else get updated to 4.2 and having notification issues? I have a galaxy nexus direct from google running on t-mobile USA.

Seems like since the update I have been having intermittent notifications. I use Light flow. But even when I turn off lightflow this still seems to be an issue.

Honestly, lightflow seems to save me. I will sometimes get the audio notification for say a text message but then nothing more other the color LED from lightflow.
I had this issue, only when using Lightflow, it was a communication error between which app was in charge of notifying my phone. I set it to vibrate on Lightflow then it would either vibrate all weird or not at all, so i turned off vibrating in the native text app, that just made no vibrations at all, so in turn i turned off the vibration in Lightflow, but kept the color difference. This solved the issue.
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Thanks! I never use vibrate on anything.

I did try your idea though. I turned on vibrate on both. Turned off vibrate in native app. Turned off vibrate in Lightflow. Issue remained.

I got a feeling 4.2.1 might be coming out one day soon as I am starting to see a lot more complaining about minor glitches in 4.2.
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I haven't had any issues with notifications in 4.2....i let lightflow take care of the LED light ONLY and let the native app take care of vibrations and sounds. have no issues other than once in a while the LED colors wont work. i am thinking this is because Lightflow is getting booted from memory and the stock light blinking takes over.

but other than that....it is all good as long as lightflow only touches the LED colors.
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