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By PapaMag, Senior Member on 11th February 2019, 05:22 PM
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2nd July 2019, 04:59 AM |#121  
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I've tried all sort of things with this. The only time it works is if I select "clock always on, edges when notifications come." I think the "clock always on" keeps it from closing and that's why it works. But other option won't. I hope the Dev can find a way to fix this.

Not sure what to say mine set up works perfect. I don't have clock checked.
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2nd July 2019, 06:17 PM |#122  
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Did you undo battery optimization? I don't check Hide notifications content if device is locked, also allow this app to run without restrictions needs to be selected. The only thing I check is How/When to light is when a notification comes in.

I uninstalled the app and reinstalled it with your set up. Already 5% battery in 17 minutes
2nd July 2019, 08:47 PM |#123  
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I uninstalled the app and reinstalled it with your set up. Already 5% battery in 17 minutes

I don't get it I have 17 hrs on this charge and AOE has used 2 % battery
2nd July 2019, 08:50 PM |#124  
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Hmm very strange
2nd July 2019, 09:11 PM |#125  
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Hmm very strange

Here's my current setup
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2nd July 2019, 11:11 PM |#126  
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I think it might boil down to how many notifications a person receives to account for battery usage. I only have 4 apps that I want notifications from.
6th July 2019, 03:49 PM |#127  
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Hi Dev, its really a great app. But there is a small flaw with the way this app behaves in pocket mode. So when i set pocket mode on or off in this app and when the phone is in pocket bcase of the notification the screen is being lit by this app and pocket mode info screen is kicking in until we take the phone out of pocket it stays on and drains the battery much quickly.

I have the same issue. When covering the notch area (simulating the pocket), the OP tip shows up. Only way to avoid that, is to turn off the "Pocket settings". I hope that a fix will be released.
6th July 2019, 10:38 PM |#128  
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I once again have no issues relating to pocket mode. Been trying out NotifyBuddy but so far nothing compares to AOE
7th July 2019, 11:51 PM |#129  
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I have been in a conversation with the Dev, and he has added some more notch support and told me that due to the proximity sensor there isn't much he can do there.

I have changed my set up to notch only and made adjustments to the notch that gives me a pulsating notification with a reminder set as well.

Right now this is the closest thing there is to having a LED light.

If anyone is interested in my setup just let me know.
9th July 2019, 11:08 PM |#130  
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I know that NotifyBuddy is the latest craze for notification, but I am here to tell all that AOE is already here and it is just what most of you are looking for. Here is a sample of just one setting. This is a user set color with in this case a pulsating light.
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11th July 2019, 08:26 AM |#131  
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I have been in a conversation with the Dev, and he has added some more notch support and told me that due to the proximity sensor there isn't much he can do there.

I have changed my set up to notch only and made adjustments to the notch that gives me a pulsating notification with a reminder set as well.

Right now this is the closest thing there is to having a LED light.

If anyone is interested in my setup just let me know.

i am interested...can you please share...???

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I know that NotifyBuddy is the latest craze for notification, but I am here to tell all that AOE is already here and it is just what most of you are looking for. Here is a sample of just one setting. This is a user set color with in this case a pulsating light.

can u share this setup too man...???
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