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Plug [Xposed][MOD][16SEP'14] Less frequent notifications (per app notification throttling)

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14th August 2014, 07:58 PM   |  #1  
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Switching from PAC-Rom to CM11, I was missing the 'less frequent notifications' feature.

When you have some chat app (like whatsapp) that make vibrate/sound/both on any incoming message, and someone sends you like 10 messages in a row it can be very annoying

What this feature does is limit the number of times an app (single-app) can make a notification.


You define a time-frame, and any extra notification within this time-frame (=annoying notification) will be stripped down from its sound/vibrate/both data (but will be shown).

So, It's done!


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UPDATES

2014-12-22 (version 1.1.1) :

* Fix and block notifications for whatsapp, hangouts, and other applications (they played the notification sound not thru the regular notification system).

2014-09-16 (version 1.1.0) :

* Added new 'Reload Preferences' option to Live Reload settings without restart
* Added few more thresholds [2,3,5,10,15,30] minutes

2014-09-04 (version 1.0.2) :

* Fixed crash on 'Test notification' (By requiring the VIBRATE permission)

2014-09-01 (version 1.0.1) :

* Re-released on Xposed repo (fixed package name)

2014-08-31 (version 1.0.0) :

* Will remember notification time only if it has sound/vibrate
* Released on Xposed repo
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14th August 2014, 09:16 PM   |  #3  
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ill test this one out
14th August 2014, 09:59 PM   |  #4  
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4.4.4 Moto X. When I press test notification, should something happen or it's just like a "save" button? When I click it, nothing happens.
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4.4.4 Moto X. When I press test notification, should something happen or it's just like a "save" button? When I click it, nothing happens.

Thanks for feedback
That is a button to test the module after a restart. I should clarify that..
So just enable the module, set your preferences, and reboot.
Than you can test it manually by clicking this button
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That is a button to test the module after a restart. I should clarify that..
So just enable the module, set your preferences, and reboot.
Than you can test it manually by clicking this button

I did it, rebooted and everything, but nothing happens.
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same here
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I did it, rebooted and everything, but nothing happens.

What should happen is that only first click on 'test notification' should trigger sound+vibrate. All subsequent clicks within the X seconds time frame should not trigger sind/vibrate..

Are you saying that no notification at all triggered sound?
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17th August 2014, 03:30 AM   |  #9  
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Just so you know, it's working perfectly here. Awesome module.
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21st August 2014, 11:49 PM   |  #10  
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On first reboot after installing I got a few system server crashes. It then booted and it seems to work just fine (with the Test Notifications button). Thanks! LG G2 stock 4.4.2

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