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1st June 2015, 12:54 AM |#3411  
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Noob here.

How can I get a clear all notifications icon on my navigation bar?
 
 
4th June 2015, 03:29 PM |#3412  
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How can I get a clear all notifications icon on my navigation bar?

Clear notifications button isn't an option for the navigation bar (the bottom bar with back and home). Are you sure that's what you mean? I've never seen anything like that on the navigation bar.
4th June 2015, 08:35 PM |#3413  
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Clear notifications button isn't an option for the navigation bar (the bottom bar with back and home). Are you sure that's what you mean? I've never seen anything like that on the navigation bar.

I think he meant notification area.

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4th June 2015, 09:03 PM |#3414  
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I think he meant notification area.

In that case, is it not just… there?
4th June 2015, 09:10 PM |#3415  
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In that case, is it not just… there?

Yes it is. Or perhaps he means clear all for multi tasking apps area.

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5th June 2015, 03:07 AM |#3416  
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Thinking of going back to KitKat. Earlier, I tried but it the latest Snapshot wasn't detecting my sim card. I have an ATT M8 that's unlocked and using with T-Mobile. I know it's not my sim card, since I did flash, M8 GPE ROM, ARHD ROM, LeeDroid rom, CM12, etc. All those roms pick up my sim with T-Mobile. I don't know why this one doesn't.... Ugh....



EDIT: Nevermind I ran the 4.4.4 RUU for ATT. Then downgraded TWRP to 2.7.1.0 since 2.8.6 wouldn't flash. SO far so good
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5th June 2015, 03:28 PM |#3417  
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Thinking of going back to KitKat. Earlier, I tried but it the latest Snapshot wasn't detecting my sim card. I have an ATT M8 that's unlocked and using with T-Mobile. I know it's not my sim card, since I did flash, M8 GPE ROM, ARHD ROM, LeeDroid rom, CM12, etc. All those roms pick up my sim with T-Mobile. I don't know why this one doesn't.... Ugh....



EDIT: Nevermind I ran the 4.4.4 RUU for ATT. Then downgraded TWRP to 2.7.1.0 since 2.8.6 wouldn't flash. SO far so good

Sounds like a matter of keeping your firmware matching your CM build. This can be a bit of trial-and-error: I'm on Verizon, and found the firmware from Android 4.4 worked best with CM-12.0 (Android 5.0), and the firmware from Android 5.0 worked best with CM-12.1 (Android 5.1). Other combinations resulted in one thing or another not working.
7th June 2015, 06:00 AM |#3418  
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Sounds like a matter of keeping your firmware matching your CM build. This can be a bit of trial-and-error: I'm on Verizon, and found the firmware from Android 4.4 worked best with CM-12.0 (Android 5.0), and the firmware from Android 5.0 worked best with CM-12.1 (Android 5.1). Other combinations resulted in one thing or another not working.

So after everything is booted, everything is working great. Battery life couldn't be any better. My only thing is I feel I need a more updated radio since signal is not as strong.

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