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Gmail Update v4.3 Allows You To Reply, Archive, Or Delete Emails Right In The Notification Shade
Monday 18th of March 2013
Google has finally added the feature that we've been wanting since Google first started adding functionality to notifications back in Ice Cream Sandwich: the ability to archive email directly from the notification shade. Now, when you get a new email, you can choose what to do with it immediately. This is extremely handy for the chronic email checkers who would like to be able to dismiss the clutter as it comes in, rather than let it pile up laterThis is something that seems so obvious that when Ron reviewed Jelly Bean, the lack of buttons was a disappointment in an otherwise fantastic update. Still, it's a welcome addition. The app update also brings faster search results and better search suggestions, so your Gmail-ing should be better all around.We've also found one new feature that escaped the change log. Now, you can swipe to remove a label from an email when you're viewing said label's search results. This is combined with the old ability to archive from the inbox or delete from system labels. The action performed by the gesture depends on the context in which you use it.Here'
Change Text Coloro
Sunday 25th of April 2010
Ok! I decided to make my own theme for the N21. I have experience in design and all so this should not be a problem.I made a few changes and put it on my phone. Everything is OK. Except the status bar text color and the color of some buttons. I am working on a dark theme so I will need white text. I did manage to put white text on the clock using this tool: http://alldroid.org/threads/14738-ap...TED-02-17-10**But I can't manage to change the text color of the notifications. I tryed to get the status_bar.xml file and followed a tutorial that should make the notification white but without success.If anyone has an idea on how to change the text color please let me know.
Home screen widgets frozen although buttons work
Monday 15th of April 2013
In a previous question I asked why a digital clock widget froze every so often (there were no replies). This is now happening several times a day but I now realise that ALL screen Widgets, on all screens freeze (except the analogue clock) - PhotoFrame keeps the same picture, the Music Player keeps the same album art and, while the Play/Pause button works, it does not change on the screen. This also happens with all other toggle buttons (Bluetooth, GPS, Silent etc), they work but their screen image remains the same. Notification icons change as usual.Reinstalling the Widgets frees them up again as does restarting the phone but that is becoming a pain when you have to do it several times a day.Any suggestions why this is happening and how to fix it.Allan
Change Notification buttons
Monday 26th of September 2011
Hi folks. I've just upgraded from an HTC Hero running Froyd Villian, to a Galaxy S2.One of the things that I can't find how to change, is the buttons in the notification bar. There's one for Wifi, but not one for data. I don't have 3G enabled all the time, so is there a way to add that button in place of one of the others?My Hero had this as part of Froyd Villain.
notification sound volume quick change
Thursday 05th of January 2012
I need an app that will easily change the notifications for calls, texts, emails, etc. When the phone is on my belt it needs to be loud, when I am at my desk it needs to be quiet, when I go to a meeting it needs to be silent. It would be nice to have three buttons (loud, quiet, silent), that I could configure, to set the notification levels where I want them by just touching the button.
[APP] More Quickly Panel. Add Toggles to your notification menu no root required!
Wednesday 04th of January 2012
Download The Application HereDescriptionCheck and Toggle status MORE QUICKLY at any time from a notification panel.MoreQuicklyPanel is a toggle widget stays at a notification panel.Only for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and Android 3.x Honeycomb.The best partner with GALAXY Nexus!!Features:-8 function buttons--Airplane modeisplay airplane mode status and toggle it.--Silent modeisplay silent mode status and toggle it. Normal -> Vibrate -> Silent and Normal again.--Wi-Fiisplay Wi-Fi status and toggle it.--Bluetoothisplay bluetooth status and toggle it.--GPSisplay GPS status and open GPS settings.(Apps cannot change GPS status by the system security.)--Auto-rotate screenisplay automatic screen rotation status and toggle it.--Batteryisplay battery meter and open Battery settings.--Close notification panel:Close a notification panel.-You can select items to show.-You can select lamp color.-You can start MoreQuicklyPanel automatically at boot time.-While Wi-Fi and Bluetooth state are changing, the icons blink. -You can hide the notification icon at status bar. (New!)-BEST FIT for GA
[Hardware MOD] Adding an External Notification Light to the Optimus V
Monday 09th of May 2011
I originally opened up my phone because I wanted to see if I could replace the LED used to backlight the hard key buttons with a brighter one and maybe change the color. I am using the backlight as a substitute for a notification light, but the keys are very dim. Well, it turned out that the LED for the backlight wasn't dim at all. It was super bright, and there were actually three of them. Because the buttons have their button circuitry directly under them, their backlight LED's are offset and the light that shines through is routed through a maze of rubber and plastic first. I decided that since the LED's were offset, I could just drill a hole directly over one of them and create my own notification light. The mod is very simple, but I'm going to purposely leave out pictures for some of the steps to scare away incompetent people that shouldn't be doing this to their electronic devices. If you can't figure out how to do this without the pictures, you shouldn't try this at all. This will void your warranty in the most OBVIOUS way. Do not try this unless you are comfortable taking a
Mobile Network Notification Panel
Saturday 30th of November 2013
So I just got the Galaxy S4 on AT&T yesterday. It came with Android 4.2. I came from an HTC Inspire and it had buttons that would turn of things like Mobile Network, WiFi, Bluetooth, etc, etc. After digging, I found out that you can change the buttons in the notification area. So I moved the "Mobile Network" button up there. Then I upgraded to 4.3 this morning and I noticed that the button was gone. Is this the same for anyone else. It is kind of annoying since I don't like to leave the Mobile Network on (I have a small data plan) and my old phone was able to turn off the network in one click. Anyone have a work around for this in the meantime if the feature is not coming back? Thanks
Android 4.2.2 - Notification Panel not updating on Language Change
Monday 24th of February 2014
I customize the Andriod 4.2.2 notification panel by adding 2 buttons below the panel. when i changed to some other language the button string is not getting updated. Once i reboot the HW, then only the buttons string get updated. So i need to do any changes in AndroidManifeast.xml or Android.mk file?Thanks in advance
YouTube App not hiding notification bar
Wednesday 19th of March 2014
Hi, I'm having an issue when watching videos in full screen with the YouTube app. Sometimes, videos don't go to true full screen. The notification bar and navigation buttons change to a low-profile mode (only battery displayed on the bar, and small dots in place of the back, home and multitasking buttons), but never leave the screen. I have tried reinstalling the app and restarting my phone, but the problem still happens. I have no idea if the problem is with the OS or the app, but it only happens some of the time. Device: Nexus 5OS: KitKat 4.4.2