Today, it seems like you get notifications for almost everything. But if you need to get work done on Windows 10, you need to know how to turn notifications off. Keep reading to learn how to turn off notifications so that you can buckle down and focus. You can always reply to those messages and notifications during your next break. Make sure you choose Systems in the Settings icons. This will take you to a screen providing access to all the settings related to notifications and the Action Center.
Step 3: Click the System icon, then select Notifications and actions from the left-hand menu. Step 4 : If you want to change the quick actions or all the actions that appear in your Action Center, you can click Edit your quick actions.
This will open a side panel on the right where you can customize the different alerts that show up here. Most of the panel will be filled with recent alerts or actions that you took. Click Expand to get the full view. The following is a list of the settings you can toggle on this screen:.
Turn them off as you need. If you want to hide notifications without turning them off entirely, you can always temporarily mute them using Focus Assist. The icon will turn blue when on, and shift between a couple different modes.
Turn it to whatever works for your current project. Step 3: You can further customize Focus Assist by editing your priority list and by optimizing your automatic controls. Thanks to a late update from Microsoft, you can turn off all notification sounds on Windows so everything will appear silently from now on. If your Windows PC is fully up to date, you can look at the checkboxes and see an option that says Allow notifications to play sounds. You can return alert noises whenever you want by checking the box again.
You can also swipe a notification to the right to dismiss it quickly with either touch or by clicking and dragging with the mouse. You can dismiss all of the notifications for a given app by clicking on the X button to the right of the app group listing. You can also click Clear all to close every notification for all apps. A number of notification options are available for each app that supports them. To access these settings, open the Notifications section in Settingsas before.
Scroll down and click the name of the particular app you want to adjust the notifications to access a more advanced notification menu. Then simply toggle on and off whichever preferences you choose, whether you want to receive banner notifications, sounds, or neither.
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Anyone know of a fix? I am running Apex and that might have something to do with it. EDIT: Just tried it with the stock launcher and the notification bar is still coming up, so it's not just Apex.
I had the same issue. I set the gestures to none. Issue solved for me. I'm sorry to piggyback onto this thread, but I can't start a new one! I am logged in, I hit Post New Thread, up comes the Title for it, but the text box won't take the cursor so I can start typing.
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Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. But what I am trying to do is completely disable the status bar. I'm in what's known as a "kiosk mode" and I'd like to make sure that a user can not slide their finger down from the top bezel. Both of the solutions above work for hiding the notification bar, but it does not work for disabling it completely within the app.
This solution does not disallow a user to "view" the status bar in it's 'preview' state if pulled down even in a full screen appbut it DOES disallow a user from pulling the status bar down to it's full state to see settings, notifications, etc. Then add another class Java file called customViewGroup.
After you have both of those set up, you can then add this into your main onCreate. This solution disables the ability to pull the status bar down always, until your app is closed.
You'll have to remove this action on pause if you don't want to close your app every time. Credit goes to Abhimaan Madhav from This Answer. I think permanently disable the status bar is difficult. I have tried on different OS. Learn more. Asked 4 years, 3 months ago. Active 1 year ago.
Viewed 8k times. Fullscreen" or getWindow. Is this possible? Same question right? LinX64, The answer is the same as what I have here already. Check this link for disabling the notification bar from being pulled down. FarazHussain, Thank you, following that link lead me to another link that had a great answer: stackoverflow.
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Have you tried a shutdown and battery pull, then restarting? If that doesn't help you may need to factory reset.
This is just a guess, but maybe pull the sim card? Then put it back in when you are ready to activate? So that did the trick? Thank you Musky. I had the same problem. Your suggestion worked a treat. Samsung Galaxy S3 Forum. Similar Threads - Notification Bar Won't. Replies: 10 Views: Dannydet Mar 24, Sound from notification bar suddenly hidden when other apps opened Will JonesMar 6,in forum: Android Devices.
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Here is everything we know so far! With the menu expanded as shown in your screen shot, tap on the three dots in the upper right. You should see an option to edit the menu. Ismail Lurker. I'm not exactly sure why your titles are displaying in the boxes but I would guess it has to do with a font setting, something in accessibility or a theme.
I can't say specifically where you'd change that. I don't have a J7 to test. Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro Forum. Similar Threads - Problem notification bar. Notifications menu problem XtcmaxMar 16,in forum: Android Devices.
Replies: 0 Views: Xtcmax Mar 16, Mutak94 Feb 27, Ayekpam Shyamkumar Jan 2, Problem assigning different notification sound to different apps. Replies: 2 Views: Josh Stjohn Jan 1, Replies: 1 Views: So I'm not sensing any concerns re; any defect Is static electricity the culprit? The touch on-off-dimming lamps too. I usually cycle those through all their light levels with a single touch. Where as my brother actually struggles to activate those, really has to press his hand down hard on them.
The capacitive touch screens work by detecting a disturbance in the EM field on the glass surface. There's a few ways to do it, I think the way mobile phones are doing this is to put a field of their own over the glass and detect fingers on the surface based on what levels of the field they'd expect to see at different points around the screen, and doing some comparisons on what levels are actually detected. Please someone correct me if I'm wrong BTW.
I've noticed this notification bar problem today and yesterday. Lucky I at least saw how I caused it.CAN'T PULL DOWN NOTIFICATION BAR?? HOW TO FIX IT!! ANDROID TRICK 2017
My finger was to close to the top right of the screen because of the way I was holding the handset. That combined with the lacklustre multi-touch support on this handset made the phone detect it as a finger swipe that rapidly moved downwards.
I've always had similar problems with capacitative and inductive touch technologies. I don't actually need to touch the desires screen to activate a touch. The worsted was the Zen Micro with the touch controls. I could activate that thing from about mm away. XDA Developers was founded by developers, for developers. It is now a valuable resource for people who want to make the most of their mobile devices, from customizing the look and feel to adding new functionality.
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I don't know the exact triggers or even the exact scenarios, but this has happened several times to me already: I am using the phone in horizontal mode and tapping menu items or inputting text, and my finger is nowhere even close to the Notification Bar at top of screen -- and yet suddenly the Notification Bar will auto-scroll down, interrupting what I was doing.
Repeated times. It would happen again, with no accidental slippage of my finger or anything. My finger would be nowhere near the bar.
I am wondering if there is any kind of static electricity effect with capacitive screens that can set off a menu action. So I am asking the experts here. Is that possible? Is it anything that was reported with the Nexus One?Hi I am not able to pull down my notification bar so not able to see why phone is ringing and vibrating.
I have to check all apps on phone to see why it ringed. Tech talk. Notification bar not coming down, home button and recent all button not working Hi I am not able to pull down my notification bar so not able to see why phone is ringing and vibrating.
Also home button and recent apps button is not working so I have to press back button all the way to start new app or come to home screen. Both problem badly sucks. I have already tried restarting phone and going to safe mode.
This happened to me as well just earlier. How were you able to solve this? I'm planning to do a complete wipeout soon.
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Ended up resetting to factory defaults! It's working now after all the hassle of backing up and reinstalling apps!! Hope this won't happen again. Anyone with the same issue had more than one user accounts by any chance? I've recently created one about couple of days ago. Might be connected to the issue? This happened once to me, so I reset and went through the whole hassle of reinstalling apps etc. Has anyone actually been able to fix this issue. I am facing same issue home and notification button is not working.
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