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[Android 2.2+] MissedIt! -Text-based notifications for missed calls/SMS/e-mails/apps

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9th March 2012, 10:48 PM |#911  
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I sent you an email when I received your log report.

Try to disable Missed It! as Accessibility Service and then reenabling it again. Sometimes this works.

Do you have any other application enabled under Accessibility Settings?

oh my appologise! My gmail is ****ed up and i saw it now.

I´ve tried that and it didn´t work =(
No just missed it thats there. Any thing else you saw that could solve the problem? so strange and sad.
 
 
20th March 2012, 08:52 AM |#912  
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Hi all,

If anybody got it's Galaxy S II updated to ICS and is getting FC with Missed It!, please use the 'Report problem' option or, if you can't even enter the app configuration and you know how to do it, generate a logcat and send it to me.

Thanks.
21st March 2012, 01:50 PM |#913  
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(Also, if you had your Galaxy S2 updated to ICS and Missed It! is still working OK, please let me know).

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If anybody got it's Galaxy S II updated to ICS and is getting FC with Missed It!, please use the 'Report problem' option or, if you can't even enter the app configuration and you know how to do it, generate a logcat and send it to me.

Thanks.

29th March 2012, 03:08 PM |#914  
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how do you remove the notification bar entry? open application preferences?

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29th March 2012, 03:17 PM |#915  
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Thanks a lot for this
3rd April 2012, 07:47 PM |#916  
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On my HTC Sensation with ICS the Gmail notifications now shows '3 mails' when I have a reply on a mail which already had 2 replies. So it seems to also take into account the mails that were already 'read' but are in the conversation. It looks like this problem was also reported on a previous page, but I was not completely sure it was the exact same issue
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Are you using a modified version of Gmail, or are you monitoring it as an app?

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On my HTC Sensation with ICS the Gmail notifications now shows '3 mails' when I have a reply on a mail which already had 2 replies. So it seems to also take into account the mails that were already 'read' but are in the conversation. It looks like this problem was also reported on a previous page, but I was not completely sure it was the exact same issue

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Monitoring as an app
4th April 2012, 10:32 PM |#919  
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For all of you using a "fixed" version of Gmail, so Missed It! can monitor new messages more accurately:

I have changed the way the application monitor Gmail messages. Next version will not need to access to the Gmail database anymore to be able to monitor it in a per-account basis, so the "fixed" Gmail version will not be necessary at all.

However, the meaning of these notifications will change slighty. Until now, this number represented the number of "unread" emails. Starting from next release, this number should be treated as "new emails", in the same way as if you were monitoring Gmail as any other regular app.
4th April 2012, 10:33 PM |#920  
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I think that the change mentioned in previous post should solve your issue.

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On my HTC Sensation with ICS the Gmail notifications now shows '3 mails' when I have a reply on a mail which already had 2 replies. So it seems to also take into account the mails that were already 'read' but are in the conversation. It looks like this problem was also reported on a previous page, but I was not completely sure it was the exact same issue

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Well, seems that with the latest version of Gmail Google has finally implemented a public API to allow third party apps to retrieve unread counters, so my previous post has become a bit outdated now, as I'm working to make use of this new API.

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For all of you using a "fixed" version of Gmail, so Missed It! can monitor new messages more accurately:

I have changed the way the application monitor Gmail messages. Next version will not need to access to the Gmail database anymore to be able to monitor it in a per-account basis, so the "fixed" Gmail version will not be necessary at all.

However, the meaning of these notifications will change slighty. Until now, this number represented the number of "unread" emails. Starting from next release, this number should be treated as "new emails", in the same way as if you were monitoring Gmail as any other regular app.



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