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Old January 21st, 2014, 07:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok, so I have my email with one tone, my ringer with anther and my sms with another.

What I can't figure out is my game notifications. For instance, my Hay Day alerts me, but it sounds like I have a text...?

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Notifications are notifications, whether they're for texts, games or anything other than the ENS (Emergency Notification System) Some apps let you set specific sounds for their notifications, but those that don't use the system notification.
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Ok, so I have my email with one tone, my ringer with anther and my sms with another.

What I can't figure out is my game notifications. For instance, my Hay Day alerts me, but it sounds like I have a text...?
Here is a workaround you can try:
Download and use LightFlow.

You can then turn off the audible notification in your app ie sms.email, etc. and assign a Sound of your choice in the lightflow application pertaintng to the app you want to control. You can even control the color and flash rate of the led so that you would know instantly (in the dark) what you have that's waiting to be read, etc. You can go bananas changing the complexion of your notifications. Just be sure to turn off the native audio notifications or you will have double audio notifiers sounding off....

Aloha and Good luck
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