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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by HiddenPuppy, Aug 4, 2011.

  1. HiddenPuppy

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    Folks don't know if this is possible or not, but I would like to find a way to dismiss notifications one at a time. In other words, I pull down the status bar and I have say 5 notifications, I want to pick which ones I can dismiss, right now all I see is "clear" at the top and that gets rid of all of them.

    Have a friend that has a Motorola and his has a minus sign next to each one and you can deal with each one separately. So wondering if the DInc2 has this feature and I am missing it somewhere or is there an add on program that would do this.

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    Just click on each one. That should get rid of them one at a time.

    I had the opposite problem when I got my new phone this week. I was clicking them each individually because I didn't see the Clear all button.
     
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    Zatx,

    Thanks, but that ends up opening the program for the notifcation, it does get rid of it, but the droid 3 of my friend, you can just dismiss them without opening them and I was hoping I could do that.

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    yes the Moto Blur has the new feature of the minus sine. It's on the DX1 and DX2 as well.

    However if your interested in rooting. In CM7 you can just swipe individual notifications off of the pull down screen. Not sure when/if the Dinc2 will get a fully supported CM7 though.
     
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    Thanks, I was afraid of that answer.

    Have a good day,
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