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Default [APP][4.0.3+ & GB][XPOSED] NotifyClean

Cleans up the notification area, and much more

You could configure which apps are allowed to create notifications in the top left area, the notification area. If an app creates a notification it will be collected and added to the list.
You could deny all notifications of an app or only specific messages - if it's not a customized notification. So I used it to hide "waiting for connection", but not "you are connected".
Changed settings are applied after a reboot!
With a donation you supports this app and get more options.

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This app needs the Xposed Framework. The framework requires root access for installation. Don't forget to enable the module in Xposed. You can grab it here: Xposed Installer

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  • No self-promotion in the app.
  • Per app: Hide icon in status bar (collapsed notification area)
  • Per app: Show notification expanded by default (API>15)
  • Per app: Order of notifications (move up/down in the list)
  • Per app: Move to bottom of the list and hide the icon in the status bar
  • Per app: Deny full screen notifications
  • Per app: No floating-in (ticker) text in status bar
  • Per app: Disable LED
  • Per app: Disable vibration
  • Per app: Disable sound
  • Per app: Set notification as removable (ongoing), but also removes "service bit"
  • Per app: Remove a notification if a newly created was denied (remove updated)
  • Per app: Regex pattern matching
  • Per app: Tasker support
  • Clear unblocked notifications for all apps
  • Show all apps, even without notifications yet
  • You support this app and further development!

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Play Store: http://tinyurl.com/mfcd47f
Xposed Repository: http://tinyurl.com/kyaeolu
Changelog: http://tinyurl.com/kuufkod


Why this app? I liked this function of LBE, but i wante to remove LBE

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Looks very interesting. Do you know in how far this might conflict or work with other, similar modules and/or on certain phones and android versions? Specifically I'm on an lg g2 with xblast installed and without a working recovery, and i don't want to risk a bootloop.
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Looks very interesting. Do you know in how far this might conflict or work with other, similar modules and/or on certain phones and android versions? Specifically I'm on an lg g2 with xblast installed and without a working recovery, and i don't want to risk a bootloop.
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Do you know in how far this might conflict or work with other, similar modules and/or on certain phones and android versions? Specifically I'm on an lg g2 with xblast installed and without a working recovery, and i don't want to risk a bootloop.



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[*]Multiple mods can be installed at the same time, even if they change the same package. So you can use these battery icons and those quick toggles. Even hooking the same method twice is possible. Of course, this only works properly if the mods are not trying to do incompatible things.[/LIST]

I've about 10 modules activated on my device. Xposed should catch all exceptions of modules
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I've about 10 modules activated on my device. Xposed should catch all exceptions of modules
It doesn't, I've had bootloops when trying incompatible modules just for kicks.
You're better off waiting for a proper recovery imo.


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, I've had bootloops when trying incompatible modules just for kicks.
Which modules exactly? Maybe one of them does'nt work, even without others

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You're better off waiting for a proper recovery imo.
Manual "recovery":
* start adb within your recovery and connect to it by computer
* remove file /data/data/de.robv.android.xposed.installer/conf/modules.list (for xposed 2.3)
-> no modules will beloaded
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Which modules exactly? Maybe one of them does'nt work, even without others



Manual "recovery":
* start adb within your recovery and connect to it by computer
* remove file /data/data/de.robv.android.xposed.installer/conf/modules.list (for xposed 2.3)
-> no modules will beloaded
Even easier...
I have a file named "Xposed-Disabler-cwm.zip" on my sd card. (I believe I downloaded it along with the main Xposed app)
If, due to a module, I get into a boot loop issue etc., which I have...then I simply boot into recovery (without a pc) and run this zip. Boom. All modules are temporarily disabled.
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No need for this. gravity have that option now and with out paying!!!!

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I have Xposed-Disabler-cwm.zip too, dated to 10.10.2013, Xposed installer creates it. But now you know to en-/disable without sdcard

@flexxoo As i wrote in the OP also LBE has such an option. But i dont like it to get additional an adblocker, virusscanner, firewall, traffic counte etc bundled. All these additional features consumes memory, uses the cpu and drain your battery.
Maybe you should first try the app before you blame. Then you would also know that you do not have to donate to block notifications
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Looks very interesting. Do you know in how far this might conflict or work with other, similar modules and/or on certain phones and android versions? Specifically I'm on an lg g2 with xblast installed and without a working recovery, and i don't want to risk a bootloop.






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Even easier...
I have a file named "Xposed-Disabler-cwm.zip" on my sd card. (I believe I downloaded it along with the main Xposed app)
If, due to a module, I get into a boot loop issue etc., which I have...then I simply boot into recovery (without a pc) and run this zip. Boom. All modules are temporarily disabled.
Lol. They posted the manual "recovery" for a reason Lol.

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