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Old January 10th, 2013, 05:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Unable to disable full screen calendar notifications after Jelly Bean upgrade

Hi Gang,

I noticed that I'm no longer able to disable full screen calendar notifications after I installed the Jelly Bean update to my Verizon Galaxy SIII.

Even though I can disable the option in the calendar settings, it re-enables itself when I restart the phone. Not cool.

Has anyone found a workaround for this, or do we know when Verizon will issue a patch to rectify the issue? The full screen calendar notifications are really annoying.

I also posted this on the Verizon support forum, but got no meaningful responses. Wow... that forum really sucks.

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I found the solution in another post... it seems that the Google Calendar and Samsung calendar applications conflict with each other's settings. Uninstalling Google Calendar fixes the issue.

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