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Default [Wrong section] [REQ] "Heads Up" Notifications Module

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So, apparently Google added a hidden "Heads Up" Notifications option on KitKat.
It is currently set off by default but the Cyanogen Team enabled it on their latest update.
Do you guys think it is possible to enable this option for other devices using Xposed?

Source: http://www.androidpolice.com/2014/06...m11-nightlies/


Description: These floating notifications are meant to be used in full-screen apps or Immersive Mode, but for whatever reason, they aren't switched on in AOSP code. When switched on, all notifications will float in just below the notification bar, or just where it would be if you're currently in full screen mode. These are basically identical to the notification you'd see if you pulled down the bar - you can tap it to go to the relevant application, swipe left to dismiss it, pinch out to expand, et cetera.


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Plus one here.

Would be nice to unlock this!

Framework code:

https://github.com/android/platform_...ationView.java
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Plus one here.

Would be nice to unlock this!

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https://github.com/android/platform_...ationView.java
Nice, thanks for sharing. This will definetly help.
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