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DeART.69

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Sorry for my english.
Can this app hide icon in statusbar (roll need icons into one icon "..."), but show notification in curtain?
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defim

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Sorry for my english.
Can this app hide icon in statusbar (roll need icons into one icon "..."), but show notification in curtain?

This is not possible at the moment with this app.
Something like this i will add in the future. I know how to set to "not urgent", so there is no icon, only the notification. Disadvantages: the notification is played at the bottom of all notifications and it could be slided away - so if i have time i will look if a better solution is possible
 
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seanpr123

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Hey defim, thanks for the app.
Was using GravityBox just for this feature and trying out NotifyClean now (with Wanam).

The only thing I can't seem hide is the "Connected as media device" USB notification.
I don't think I've ever selected that and would like it hidden but doesn't seem to go away in your app.

Any thoughts?
 

defim

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Was using GravityBox just for this feature and trying out NotifyClean now (with Wanam).

The only thing I can't seem hide is the "Connected as media device" USB notification.
I don't think I've ever selected that and would like it hidden but doesn't seem to go away in your app.

Any thoughts?

I think every notification cold be hidden. Try this: Enable logging in the settings. If now the notification is created, you could see in the log the app name. Also you could see the text of the notification, or if it is a "custom designed" notification
 

egingell

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Neat mod and functional on both of my phones; however, I'd like to suggest some sort of pattern matching as most notifications are not static.

E.g. " Downloading (app name)" and "Updating (app name)". Say I want to block Downloading, but not Updating, I could do " Downloading *".

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SGS4 - JB 4.2.2 MF9
 
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decalex

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Hey guys - I reached out to @defim and offered to redo the logo for this great xposed mod. He asked me to post here for feedback. I recommended not using #FF0000 and #0000FF on top of eachother, because they look harsh, in my opinion. The goal here was to soften it up and give it a more modern feel. While using less saturated colors, I tried to stick to using a complimentary-ish scheme.

Open to your feedback!

NotifyClean_Icon_512.png


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Notification-Clean_SoloIcon512.png


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matejdro

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This module is causing some quite big issues and I had to disable it:

  • Boot takes A LOT longer (couple of minutes vs couple of seconds without module)
  • Shell commands (like "input tap X Y" for example) are A LOT slower (they can even take up to a minute to execute while it takes about a second without module)
  • When debugging android apps via adb, app will take A LOT longer to install on phone (sometimes even throwing timeout errors) and it will not start automatically (have to run it manually)

Running Kitkat at the moment, but it was the same with JB 4.3.

Otherwise loving the idea of the module to remove those pesky persistent notifications. I hope you will find solution to above issues (I have a feeling one bug is causing all of above). Keep up the good work.
 

bkimbel

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This module is causing some quite big issues and I had to disable it:

  • Boot takes A LOT longer (couple of minutes vs couple of seconds without module)
  • Shell commands (like "input tap X Y" for example) are A LOT slower (they can even take up to a minute to execute while it takes about a second without module)
  • When debugging android apps via adb, app will take A LOT longer to install on phone (sometimes even throwing timeout errors) and it will not start automatically (have to run it manually)

Running Kitkat at the moment, but it was the same with JB 4.3.

Otherwise loving the idea of the module to remove those pesky persistent notifications. I hope you will find solution to above issues (I have a feeling one bug is causing all of above). Keep up the good work.

I just traced my lag issues down to NotifyClean, as well. I noticed lags when opening applications from LMT (direct calls to things like "back" and "home" were fine, but calling any applications, either from pie or gestures caused lags). Also, starting up Titanium Backup it would sit on "checking for SQLite support" screen for about 45 seconds. Third, Tasker tasks that called Secure Settings add-in also lagged. Lags were between 40 and 50 seconds long.

The only things I was hiding notifications for were some games (Dragon City, GT Racing, Mind Games) and Utter!.

I'm on Note 2, GT-N7100, running Omega ROM 18, 4.1.2
 

polobunny

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I just traced my lag issues down to NotifyClean, as well. I noticed lags when opening applications from LMT (direct calls to things like "back" and "home" were fine, but calling any applications, either from pie or gestures caused lags). Also, starting up Titanium Backup it would sit on "checking for SQLite support" screen for about 45 seconds. Third, Tasker tasks that called Secure Settings add-in also lagged. Lags were between 40 and 50 seconds long.

The only things I was hiding notifications for were some games (Dragon City, GT Racing, Mind Games) and Utter!.

I'm on Note 2, GT-N7100, running Omega ROM 18, 4.1.2

That's interesting. I've had this Titanium Backup issue lately and haven't really looked into it, would have never guessed NotifyClean was causing this hm.
 

jasonsf

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This module is causing some quite big issues and I had to disable it:

  • Boot takes A LOT longer (couple of minutes vs couple of seconds without module)
  • Shell commands (like "input tap X Y" for example) are A LOT slower (they can even take up to a minute to execute while it takes about a second without module)
  • When debugging android apps via adb, app will take A LOT longer to install on phone (sometimes even throwing timeout errors) and it will not start automatically (have to run it manually)

Running Kitkat at the moment, but it was the same with JB 4.3.

Otherwise loving the idea of the module to remove those pesky persistent notifications. I hope you will find solution to above issues (I have a feeling one bug is causing all of above). Keep up the good work.

I stopped using this module a while back because of this issue. Titanium and rebooting were my main issues.

Sent from my VS980 4G using Tapatalk
 

polobunny

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I've attached http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=46948672&postcount=62 5 weeks ago a test version which should speed up the module. Until now only 3 downloads and no feedback so far...
Please give it a try and install it just over your installed app, you settings will not be removed. It has no changed version code, so next Play Store updates should not be a problem

Hey defim thanks for the heads up, never saw it, I will try and report back. :laugh:

Edit: Tried and no go, it's just as slow. Also NotifyClean itself is really slow to react to presses and back button. How can I help you?
 
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defim

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Hey defim thanks for the heads up, never saw it, I will try and report back. :laugh:

Edit: Tried and no go, it's just as slow. Also NotifyClean itself is really slow to react to presses and back button. How can I help you?

I have to say, that I did not much developed last weeks, because I had trouble with my android device(s). But now they are running again and i'm looking on my long todo list..
Are you sure, that after installed the version from this thread, this NotifyClean causes the lags? On my Defy with 500MB ram and 1GHZ cpu i had to disable the Xposed module XPrivacy and the one which shows network speed in status bar. Since i disabled both i runs extreme fast.

I've uploaded here a video which show how the app should "run" on a old device (45MB avi) https://mega.co.nz/#!GFUCyapa!UZ3h4AuATS_uDSSZ_AJAfnWNQAddl3-itGXTMOcnxAA
 
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    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.

    Important:
    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

    Donation:
    • 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!

    Website: http://tinyurl.com/lmg9xe6
    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 :)

    Translation:
    You could find here a interface to translate the english strings: http://tinyurl.com/okycacj
    A free account of www.oneskyapp.com is required to edit. Additional, please attach your email address or send it via PM ;)
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    Yes, Nougat support ist still planned and Oreo and for the other apps....
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    Soryy, not had much time yet to finish Nougat support for NotifyClean. In this area Google changes always much. but you'll see the update when ist done :cowboy:
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    Feature of next version: context menu with name of the app created the notification, options to open the app created the notification, original app-details & open NotifyClean highlighting the app created the notification
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    Hey guys - I reached out to @defim and offered to redo the logo for this great xposed mod. He asked me to post here for feedback. I recommended not using #FF0000 and #0000FF on top of eachother, because they look harsh, in my opinion. The goal here was to soften it up and give it a more modern feel. While using less saturated colors, I tried to stick to using a complimentary-ish scheme.

    Open to your feedback!

    NotifyClean_Icon_512.png


    2 more

    Notification-Clean_SoloIcon512.png


    Mockup
    NotifyClean_Mockup.png