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  1. zamora_zamora

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    Where I sit in my office, the my phone's connection to the network is intermittent. That's not a big deal to me, but what is annoying is that my phone gives a notification every time it loses connection and when it gains connection again. So when I'm at work, I keep getting notifications, and makes me think I am getting text messages or something, when it's just my phone losing connection to the network (or reconnecting).

    Is there a way to turn off this notification? I have looked through the basic settings and have not found a way to do it. I have a Samsung Galaxy Amp Prime, and it is running Android 6.0.1.
     

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    I use MacroDroid to create a macro for that situation.

    Trigger: Screen OFF or ON ( you will need more than one macro )
    Action: Volume Change
    click on the Notifications box, and move the slider to zero.

    check the 'check mark' and give it a meaningful name:

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.arlosoft.macrodroid

    you can turn the individual macros on/off as you desire when you leave the office.

    I have one set for 22:00 hours and it turns OFF every damn thing period, and it automatically is corrected when I wake up, and unlock the screen. this allows me to ignore the world and get my beauty rest :)
     
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    if you want to get super fancy, you can have the trigger sense the office WiFi and take care of things for you.

    then another macro that will restore things to normal when you are out of range of the office WiFi


    this will be somewhat unreliable IMO though, as WiFi signals have a tendency to come and go as you move around the office.
     

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