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Smile [APP][4.2+][Nov 21- v0.47]DashNotifier - DashClock extension

Hello! I made an extension for DashClock that uses the NotificationListener service in 4.3 to show notifications from any application in DashClock. Maybe you guys could test it and provide feedback before I upload it to Play Store. Added as attachment to this post.

Permissions:
Wakelock: If selected, screen will be turned on when Notification arrives.
Another permission that is managed by DashNotifier, added for security (added in v0.4).
Root is not needed to run this extension.

Now available directly on Google Play:



For the Beta versions, please join the Google+ community and then visit the play link store to get DashNotifier through Play store beta channel. I will publish updates on Play.

1. Join Google+ community: https://plus.google.com/u/0/communit...80035899880126
2. Download app from Play from play store: https://play.google.com/apps/testing...g.dashnotifier

This app is always going to be free, feedback is all I ask for. And if you like DashNotifier, please spread the word around.

Changelog:
v0.47:
-Fixed crash on application selection (Italian)


v0.46:
-Fixed notification not clearing issue
-Added compatibility for Notifications that don't have titiles


v0.45:
- Support for ADW compatible icon packs
- You can now select an icon from other sources like Dropbox, Drive, File Managers etc
- Hide choose icon option when not needed i.e. when Notification icon option is on
- Fixed some FCs

v0.42 (beta):
Support for Android 4.2.
New icon. Thanks to Dima Skvarskyi
Option to use icon from notification
Search in application selection activity
Hundreds of new icons. Thanks to Uppack
(New icon selection dialog)
Automatic icon setting on application selection
Improved application selection with better performance.
Total extensions now up to 11.
Ability to disable extensions. You can now have anywhere from 1 to 11 extensions in DashClock through DashNotifier
Up buttons in all activities
German translation
Option to hide notification number

v0.41:
Fixed FCs

v0.4:
1. Bigger extension icons. Matches standard DashClock size.
2. Added Spanish and Italian translation.
3. Ability to change extension title: with and without count for all three categories.
1) with Application name 2) Custom title 3) Title from Notifcation
4. Sectioned application selector
5. Ability to change extension click behavior to desired application or shortcut
6. Ability to Stack notification content
7. Added about screen and link to google play
8. Few more icons added - Instagram, Google Keep, Threema and, BBM(?)
9. Fixed a potential security issue
10. Code is now available on github at https://github.com/umanx/DashNotifier
Note: Larger APK size is because of Android support library.

0.3
1. You can now select icon for an extension from gallery
2. Moved around settings in settings screen
3. Select icon shown in settings screen
4. Option to ignore ongoing notifications for an app
5. Improved feedback when notification access is off (Using crouton library)
6. Option to show count (0) for persistent extensions
7. Total number of extensions increased by 2. Now 7.
8. Option to set custom extension title
9. Few more icons added
10. This is all I can recall
Did some code refactoring for better maintainability (hopefully)

0.2:
1. Fixed issue where notifications might not show up in DashClock
2. Fixed FC when notification package doesn't have a launch intent
3. Removed the confusing "accept" action bar item. It is visible only when the Notification access is off.
4. Removed proximity sensor check - until completely fixed.
5. Better looking icon selector
6. Added two new icons
7. Ongoing notifications are now shown without count.

For those want the wallpaper from screenshots: http://imgur.com/7WFu2N2
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The screen turns on when I get a notification, but the notification doesn't show up in dashclock.

Running Android 4.3 on the Nexus 4, and the notification listener service is on plus it's set up right in dashclock I believe.
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The screen turns on when I get a notification, but the notification doesn't show up in dashclock.

Running Android 4.3 on the Nexus 4, and the notification listener service is on plus it's set up right in dashclock I believe.
That's strange. I would greatly appreciate if you could provide the logcat.
 
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So this is similar to AnyDash?
 
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So this is similar to AnyDash?
Similar to AnyDash Pro, and free. Also, this uses the 4.3 Notification service, not the Accessibility service.
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Similar to AnyDash Pro, and free. Also, this uses the 4.3 Notification service, not the Accessibility service.
Ok thank you for the explanation. Going to try it out! :beer:
 
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Tried it out but the text message didn't show up on the screen. Also the screen turns on regardless if the proximity sensor is covered or not. I'm using chomp sms

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That's strange. I would greatly appreciate if you could provide the logcat.
Actually, it started to work after I rebooted. No idea why though.
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Actually, it started to work after I rebooted. No idea why though.
Same here, but still not having luck with the proximity sensor preventing the screen from coming on.

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Actually, it started to work after I rebooted. No idea why though.
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Same here, but still not having luck with the proximity sensor preventing the screen from coming on.

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Thanks for letting me know. I have fixed that in the new update. Please check it out. Also, has a few more changes.

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