Good news everyone!
For those who were wondering, "no notification mod" actually works as the good old silent mode. In other words, it's still possibile to receive notifications while the phone is completely silent Hurray, what a world to live in! :cyclops:
So yes, we (at least) didn't lost this feature (which Google inexplicably took away, for reason evidently known only to some programmer who must have thought it was a fantastic idea).
Awww man, seems the /s tag was broken again. Without it, you can rely on people to miss sarcasm.
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That's it for me then, no Lollipop on my Moto X. Without that feature, I might as well go back to my Xperia Z3 Compact (and its buggy 5.0).
I think you are referring to the "Priority Mode" right? Because in "No Notifications Mode" you are gonna oversleep if you use your phone as an alarm clock XD
Once you get the hang of it, I think it's actually more stupid the lack of a "no vibration" step in the volume slider xD
Well, at least he didn't use the word 'soon', instead he said "next week" haha.
This appears to be "home made" based on the individual parts inside, and the edited XML.I found this...
I've no idea about the source of that, I've downloaded and it seems a "complete" image of the 5.1 222.21.15 Brazil firmware to be flashed by RSD or fastboot, I don't know. If someone wants to take a look, there you have.
I'm not responsible for what you can do with that, and I've not tried that neither.
Well, you just have to...wave...the hand...over the moto, and that's pretty much all. It works, and it may be easier than tilting the device or hitting the table lolWhat is the "wave to wake" that everybody is complaining about being removed? My phone has never done that.
Are you referring to the proximity sensor that detects taking the phone out of your pocket? If you cover the screen for a second and then remove your hand it'll wake up. That's not quite "wave to wake", but that's the closest thing my phone has ever had to "wave to wake".
Can anyone show me where this was advertised as a feature? I only remember it being advertised for detecting when removed from the pocket. I'm pretty sure I would have been using this since the beginning if it was a thing. I always found it easier just to tap the surface the phone is sitting on. The vibrations wake the phone up. Faster & easier than waving.
Thanks for the time and the clarification!This appears to be "home made" based on the individual parts inside, and the edited XML.
Not sure exactly what/where each part is from... i.e. the GPT.BIN and *.MBN files have OLD date dates, only the SYSTEM.IMG has a "current" file date, and the XML (which was edited, so yeah, more current date).
I wouldn't trust it.
Well, you just have to...wave...the hand...over the moto, and that's pretty much all. It works, and it may be easier than tilting the device or hitting the table lol
Edit: actually make sure to wave over the proximity sensor. But you don't need to hold the hand there, just wave over quickly.