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Discussion in 'Android Help' started by norb, Jul 13, 2016.

  1. norb

    norb Android Enthusiast
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    I keep getting this one that blasts one and off like the blink of an eye. No idea what it is.
     

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    Some applications won't allow notifications to stick because of how they're allocated in memory. Even if they're stored in the drawer, if an application with more priority presents a message, others may be cleared.

    Ideally, system app notifications take precedence over those from third party apps.

    To modify an app's priority, you need to hold its notification and press the info button. To mute a notification, press the slashed bell to the left.

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    Select the priority and privacy settings of each app by pressing the [emoji671] to the right.

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    If you selected "Hide All Notifications" under Settings > Lock screen, the second & third options will be grayed out.

    Please note that Lollipop doesn't allow apps to be watched or re-prioritized by third party apps.
     
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    Kinda impossible when the notification appears only for a split second.
     

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